Frequently Asked Questions
What areas do you provide service?
Redline Painting LLC is based out of Oregon City, OR, and serves the greater Portland area. This includes Oregon City, West Linn, Lake Oswego, Molalla, Mulino, Beavercreek, Canby, Portland, Milwaukie, Happy Valley, Clackamas, Gladstone, Damascus, Estacada, Tualatin, Tigard, Beaverton and more!
How much can I expect to pay for your services?
Due to the differences in requirements for time and materials on each job, we like to see the project before we give out a price. Our owner Andre will inspect the areas needing painting or other service and provide a full estimate which details all work needing to be completed.
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What type of paint do you recommend we use?
That will all depend on the the surface being painted and what type of product has been used on the surface previously. The owner, Andre, can decide with you which products will be right for the job during your estimate. We highly recommend using Sherwin Williams paint, stains, color and supplies. They have a large range of consistently quality products, provide great customer service, and can match any color.
Is Redline Painting LLC licensed, bonded, and insured?
Yes, Redline Painting LLC is a registered business with the State of Oregon and is properly licensed, bonded, and insured in accordance with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB). For more information on any contractors license, visit the CCB Contractor Search at https://www.ccb.state.or.us/search/.
Can you offer advice on choosing colors?
We leave that to the experts! With a signed painting contract, we will provide a free color consultation with a Sherwin-Williams professional. They can work with you to pick colors that match your decorating stye and preferences.
Can you do exterior painting in the winter?
Although there are some exterior projects that can be done in the winter, most will have to wait until spring. This is mainly due to moisture issues as well as product temperature requirements. It is important to us that the job is done right which can often mean waiting till the next exterior painting season! Get on our schedule ahead of time and you can be on the top of the list once the weather starts to warm up again.