Painting

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Improve the appearance of your home with fresh paint from TruGuard

A quality exterior paint job is the fastest, most cost effective way to improve the look of your home. The two most important factors in a quality paint job are thorough preparation and high quality paint. TruGuard’s team of professionals meticulously prepares your home for a paint job that will look great and last. We use the finest coatings from Sherwin Williams, the industry leader in paint.

The Value of TruGuard Painting

  • Extensive knowledge of surfaces and paint
  • Complete preparation of your home
  • Professional, high-quality painting that looks great
  • Fast work and thorough cleanup
  • Superior paint and coatings from Sherwin Williams
  • Sherwin Williams
  • Behr

Why TruGuard

  • Tru to Our Word

    You can trust us to complete our work on time, to the highest standards in the industry

    TruGuard has achieved the highest ratings for our work, including a 100% likely to recommend” GuildQuality score and the highest ratings from the Better Business Bureau.

  • Tru Process

    A quality outcome is the result of a rigorous process

    TruGuard has designed, staffed and implemented the most thorough and careful processes in the industry. From our initial call to the completion of your project, we have a process in place that will simplify your experience and make sure you’re happy with the renovation.

  • Tru Warranty

    A TruGuard relationship doesn’t end when our crew leaves

    Every TruGuard project comes with a manufacturer and workmanship warranty for peace of mind. Give us a call at any point if you experience trouble with your project. We’ll take care of it immediately.

Standards Guide

We know that hiring a contractor requires trust and an assurance of quality and reliability. The TruGuard Standards Guide will give you an idea of the high bar we set for ourselves regarding professionalism, reputation, workmanship and company stability. This guide will help you evaluate any service professional, so feel free to download it here.

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  • Yes. Like most construction products, there is a variation in quality between paint manufacturers and different levels of quality within each manufacturer. TruGuard typically uses Sherwin Williams paint, specifically selected for each project. However, we’re also knowledgeable about all paint brands available in the greater Charlotte area.

  • Never paint over water stains or mildew. These are signs of a potentially serious underlying problem. Make sure you’ve had an experienced contractor check in to these issues prior to painting.

  • There are a number of painting jobs that can easily be handled by an experienced do-it-yourselfer. However, hiring a professional painting contractor will ensure that the job is done right and done on time. Professional painters understand the tools and techniques that are necessary to produce the results you’re looking for.

  • This is absolutely the most important step in painting. Painting over an unprepared surface will not add to the beauty of the room or home — it will only magnify any underlying problems. The surface to be painted must be in excellent shape prior to painting. Drywall holes and dents need to be fixed. Cracked or broken siding must be repaired prior to applying a coat of paint. TruGuard is qualified to handle all of these repairs in order to guarantee that your paint job will look great.

  • Painting is one of the quickest and least expensive ways to give your home a face lift. An expert paint job on the exterior of your home can bring it back to life, restoring its original charm and beauty. Painting the interior of your home will help you create a bright, welcoming atmosphere.

  • Yes, we can remove the texture on your ceiling and give it a smooth consistent look. It’s a multi-step process, but it will leave you with the uniform finish you’re looking for.

  • Mold is a very serious matter that needs to be addressed immediately. Truguard can evaluate your situation and remediate the mold. Remediation often consists of several steps, including drywall replacement.

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