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⏩ Will My Flowers Get Damaged If You Paint Outside My Home?

In the spring and summer, we see some gorgeous flowers here in Northern Arizona.

We know you take a lot of pride in keeping your garden and flower beds cared for.

We get asked a lot about whether or not the flowers outside will get damaged from the paint and painters walking around while working.

The truth is, flowers are much more delicate than bushes and shrubbery.

With bushes and shrubs, we’re able to wrap them up and move them a little more so we can navigate our way.

Since flowers are much more fragile, we cover them, but we can’t get they’re not as forgiving.

We always recommend that you water your flowers heavily to get them to bounce back up after we finish painting.

As always, if you have any questions or other concerns about painting, give us a call! We’re always happy to answer questions or give you a free estimate.

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J. Colvin, Prescott, AZ | Rated: 3 / 3

Pinon Painting LLC is Rated: 3 / 3
Based on these 2 happy customer reviews.
I am very pleased, particularly with the matching color and workmanship! Many thanks!

J. Colvin, Prescott, AZ | Rated: 3 / 3
Denise and Mitch Macky

The team did an excellent job with our home. The finished look is better than I thought it would be. Thank you.

Denise and Mitch Macky
Bob and Mary Cape

Crew was polite, efficient and thorough. Good job, nice work.

Bob and Mary Cape
Bob & Becky Bockrath, Prescott, AZ | Rated: 3 / 3

Pinon Painting LLC is Rated: 3 / 3
Based on this happy customer’s review.
Prep work was outstanding – no detail left unattended. Very professional staff; exceptional attention to detail and service.

Bob & Becky Bockrath, Prescott, AZ | Rated: 3 / 3
Gary and Jayne Nordstrom

Great Job! Thank you.

Gary and Jayne Nordstrom

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