Liquid Oak Painting has earned its reputation by providing the highest-quality work while taking the utmost care of customers’ property.
We’ll not only properly prepare your surfaces, including power washing, scraping, sanding, caulking, glazing, surface repair and priming, but will also protect your home and furnishings with masking and furniture and floor coverings. And we aren’t done until we’ve performed a thorough cleanup of the work area.
All paints and finishes are applied in full accordance with manufacturers specifications.
Taken together, our Total Customer Care policy ensures that you’ll enjoy the lasting performance and beauty of professionally-applied paints and finishes. We guarantee it!
And to keep your home in top condition, ask about our maintenance programs.
Call on Liquid Oak Painting for all your painting and finishing needs. We’ll be happy to provide a detailed, written estimate at no cost or obligation, and can provide you with a list of recent satisfied customers and a copy of our warranty.
Here’s a fun video of one of our recent Exterior projects. This old historic house was in need of some very thorough prep and the Highest Quality primers & Paints(Emerald & Duration). Sherwin Williams of course. The window panes were sprayed with a clear liquid mask to fill voids and cut down our labor, paper and tape. Kind of like a fruit rollup when you remove from windows. The clients were awesome and the end result should give them many years of protection & beauty.
“How To” Video to install your own Address Streamer. Re-Use your old fallen down fence planks on a project like this and save some cash. Reclaimed wood is your friend!
“how to” Video on wet-stroke edging & dry-brush techniques.
Faux wood Ceiling “DIY” Video
Traditional faux graining demands painstaking craftsmanship. But if you don’t care to master the 18th-century art of hand-painting delicate veins and knots, there’s another way. All you need are two colors of latex paint, some acrylic glaze, and a wood-graining rocker, which can cut shapely heart grain into wet glaze. Add a paint comb, which lets you vary the pattern by creating some knot-free “planks,” and a mini roller and paint tray.