Staten Island House Painting

The homes in Staten Island are beautiful in their own right. When you are looking to paint your Staten Island home, you need a painter with precision and quality workmanship. There are several things to consider when hiring a painting contractor in Staten Island.

· How Long Have They Been in Business
· What Kinds of Paint Do They Use
· Tidiness

How Long Have They Been in Business
A quality painting contractor has usually been in business for quite some time. Liberty Painting has been in business for over 20 years. The reason being is we treat all jobs like they were our own property.
A crew isn’t just sent over for the job. They are sent over with a supervisor. This insures that a quality job is done due to the fact that there is complete supervision of the crew. This is how we can guarantee a quality job.


The quality of the materials will determine the outcome of the quality of the job. Using “flour water” paint not only has bad coverage, but it also will not last. Most high quality paints come with a five year guarantee. The inferior paints sometimes don’t even offer a warranty. This goes to prove something.
Not just the paint has to be of quality. Having the proper tools is also important. When the application is not done correctly, it leads to an inferior job.


Painting isn’t just slapping up paint with any brush this is not the way to go. Using the correct brushes and equipment for the job will make it tidy. When you don’t have the correct tools it is impossible to do the job right.
Proper taping and masking are also important for a quality job. Not only does this make for a perfect job, it keeps the amount of cleanup to a minimum. The more amount of prep work that is done, the tidier the job.
Staten Island house painting is something we take seriously. We have been in the business for over 20 years and that is for a reason. Call or contact us for a free quote to find out why we have been around for so long. Liberty Painting is your choice for interior and exterior house painting.