The Fayetteville Handyman offers painting services for commercial and residential clients. We are versed in interior and exterior painting. Tasha and Bill were a young couple building a legacy in Fayetteville. They had just purchased their first home when they contacted us. Bill was an interior designer with very specific tastes. Their home was filled with African art and textiles. The furniture was modern and mostly handcrafted by him. They contacted us to paint each room in their abode. We did such a great job that they decided to contract us to paint the exterior of their 18th century home.
Color therapy is a concept that The Fayetteville Handyman has embraced. When assisting our clients in color selection, we always ask what the client wants to feel when they enter the room. We are more than painting contractors. We are experts in color. Bill and Tasha explained that they wanted to feel as if they had been transported to another world. They wanted each color to flow from one room to the next. Each room had a different vibratory frequency but it was all a part of the same world. Within two days, we managed to clean, prime and apply two coats of paint to their 5-bedroom home.
Once Bill and Tasha were able to experience the breadth of our expertise, they contracted us to paint the exterior of the 18th century home. Because their abode was classified within a historical district, we had to receive appropriate authorization from the city. Historical homes are limited in the colors they can be painted. Ultimately, we decided to keep the same color. Our team laid down cloths to protect the surrounding vegetation. Afterwards, we went to work scraping off the old paint. A thorough power spray technique was used to remove dead paint, dirt and debris. Contact us for exterior painting of your home or commercial building.
Bill had a home office where he designed and constructed furniture. Tasha owned a women’s shoe boutique about eight minutes from their home. She wasn’t on the best of terms with her landlord but knew that the building she rented could use an upgrade. She wanted to attract new customers and enhance her store’s curb appeal. The name of the store was Wild Women Wear Red. In keeping with that theme, we painted the entire building fire engine red. Her store was visible to everyone blocks away. If you have a commercial building that needs an upgrade, contact us for interior and exterior painting.
We always put our customer’s needs and desires first. The Fayetteville Handyman receives most of its business from referrals. When a client is happy, they tell all their family and friends. The same was true with Tasha and Bill. While Tasha was a long time transplant. Bill was born and raised in Fayetteville. His parents were aging gracefully in the same home they raised Bill and his sister. It wasn’t long before we were called to paint the exterior or his parent’s home. We had a bit more freedom with this project given that their family home was not within a historical district. His parents chose a powder blue paint with white trim.