This is one of our just completed project in Bethlehem Township.
The client was looking for a complete change, and opted for a full exterior color change. They decided to go with a darker main color and brighten up the shutters and door panels.
This completely changed the look of the home. See before and after pictures below:
Shawn, Chris and Tyler recently completed this dining room project.
They installed chair rail and wainscoting paneling to give the room a whole new look.
The client had us paint a great gray/green below the chair instead of a typical white to give the room a little more depth.
If you are interested in exploring different wall treatments, please contact us at Stirling Painting and Renovations for an estimate today.
Some people are scared of plaster – especially damaged plaster. So much so that many people, over the years, decide to cover their plaster with wallpaper or paneling. But there is nothing to fear. Plaster is an attractive surface that gives character to any space. And it is easily repairable (for the pros).
While many of our guys have years of experience with plaster I don’t think anyone has more then Jerry. Recently, he repaired this residential office space in the Easton area. Below are some before, during and after pics to give you a visual of the process.
We had to first remove all
Built with 100% donations, the Bethlehem Mounted Police Horses: Pharaoh, George, Asa and Grey, as well as the officers who ride them, will be moving into their new home early next month.
The construction began in early January and just the last minute touches need to be added before the Bethlehem Mounted Police team take residence. The stable will also have three additional stalls available for when neighboring police horses need a place to stay.
Stirling Painting is proud to be a part of this project and enjoyed working with the other contractors that helped to make this happen.
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When getting a painting project done many times home owners want the job done as quickly as possible, but it is important to take the extra step of using primer on all your painting projects.
Why would you want to use primer?
Here are three reasons primer should be used on your next painting project:
1. Preparing the surface with primer allows for a smoother top coat finish
2. It can help the top coat adhere to glossy surfaces such as varnishes
3. Primer also seals out stains, odors, grease and ink marks
At Stirling Painting we want your rooms to look amazing for years to come,