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At Kern Painting, we pride ourselves on delivering not just great paint jobs, but transforming living spaces. For a service where quality meets experience, contact the experts at Kern Painting.

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Our Office

4343 Warbler Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80526


Open Office Hours

M-F: 8am – 6pm
S-S: Closed


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(970) 444-5003

Call: (970) 444 5003

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How much does painting a house cost?

The cost of painting a house varies based on several factors, including the size of your home, the type of paint selected, the complexity of the project, and any additional services required. At Kern Painting, we provide a detailed estimate after assessing your specific needs, ensuring transparency with no hidden fees.

How long does a typical painting project take?

The duration of a painting project depends on the scope of work, the size of the area being painted, and the specific requirements of the job. Typically, a standard room can take a day or two, while an entire home could take a week or more. We always provide a timeline estimate before starting work, and our team ensures timely completion without compromising on quality.

Do you provide color consultation or recommendations?

Absolutely! We understand that choosing the right color can be a daunting task. Our experienced team offers color consultation services to help you select shades that best complement your space and align with your vision.

Are the paints you use environmentally friendly?

Yes, we prioritize the health of our clients and the environment. Kern Painting uses high-quality paints that are low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs), ensuring minimal environmental impact and a safer indoor air quality.

How do you ensure the safety of my belongings during the painting process?

We treat every home and business as if it’s our own. Before starting any project, we take extensive precautions to protect your furniture, fixtures, and flooring. Our team uses drop cloths, plastic sheeting, and masking tape to ensure that paint only goes where it’s supposed to.