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In Uncategorized on February 24, 2011 at 8:37 PM

St Louis House Painting painters provide quality painting at best pricing using premium products, FREE QUOTE!


Whether you live in Chesterfield, Clayton, Des Peres,  or Florissant

We should be your first choice whether you are wishing interior or exterior painting.

For a dramatic new look for the interior of your home!

In Uncategorized on February 24, 2011 at 10:35 AM

St Louis House Painting is the leader in creativity.

Call us for a FREE COLOR CONSULTATION, 314-520-4440


Talk about dramatic!

We are the most creative!

St Louis House Painting … for dramatic see us! 314-520-4440

In Uncategorized on February 24, 2011 at 10:31 AM

Tired of the same old wall colors and wall treatment…. We are CREATIVE

St Louis House Painting serving the St Louis Area since 1975!


St Louis House Painting Suggests you hire a professional painter!

In Uncategorized on February 24, 2011 at 9:51 AM
It pays to hire a professional

It pays to hire a professional


Chesterfield House Painter

In Uncategorized on February 18, 2011 at 5:38 PM

St Louis House Painting is your only call 314-520-4440

Quality workmanship

Train union professional painters

The lowest price guaranteed

Wood repair/replacement as needed


See our website for more details!


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Our competitors get reviews we never get! St Louis Painting

In Uncategorized on February 2, 2011 at 4:50 PM

Fortunately St Louis House Painting never has gotten comments like the following from our customers!

If you use this company, make sure to verify all materials to be used and all the specifics.  Make no assumptions.

They never contacted me back.

Used a flat paint instead of stain, didn’t prime bare wood, missed a lot of place

One year later most of the paint was coming off one deck and the other needed touch up

I didn’t have any major complaints with them.

They did not do a good job of preparation and painted over mildew.


I was surprised at what a slap-dash job I got. There was very little surface preparation, besides caulking in some areas, even though cleaning dirt and sanding were on my contract. Plaster repair under my eaves was very sloppy. The paint application was quite uneven — there were innumerable areas the paint didn’t cover well or was missed altogether. The owner indicated that this had to do with the fact that I was using a slightly darker color than what was on the house, but it seemed like sheer carelessness to me. The workers were a rather sullen group, and seems to take little pride in what they were doing. They were somewhat rude when I approached them about the concerns I had – for example, painting right over old problems such as paint bubbling or rotting wood. In the end (after finishing the house in only two and a half days), they left me with empty paint cans, used rollers and soda containers to throw out — quite telling of their level of professionalism. Overall, the paint job is basically fine if you don’t look too closely, but I’m worried about how long it will last.

They were too busy to work me in their schedule.

The final price was higher than the estimate.

They charge me travel charges!


St Louis House Painting is the right choice for your interior and exterior painting projects!


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In Uncategorized on February 2, 2011 at 8:41 AM

St Louis Painting is your choice for painter, painting contractor,house painter,exterior painter


Whether it be interior or exterior projects our professional painters who provide quality work at the most affordable pricing is the right choice.



for interior projects FREE COLOR CONSULTATIONS!

We love what we do and so will you!

Create Forms for your website! tip from St Louis House Painting

In Uncategorized on January 23, 2011 at 6:43 PM

St Louis House Painting #1 St Louis Area interior and exterior painting contractor.  Ballwin,Brentwood,Chesterfield,Clayton,Des Peres,Ladue,Manchester,St Louis,Wildwood


great site to create HTML to put FORMS in your web pages.

  • Account Information : Your Gratis account, is currently allowed 3 forms, 3 reports, and 100 monthly entries. If you would like to upgrade or change your settings, just head over to your account page.
  • Documentation : If you run into any trouble, start out by taking a look at  the documentation.

I created two buton links on my home page above the fold which now provide me with a “call to action”!


How insulating your home saves you home!

In Painting Tips and Information, Uncategorized on January 23, 2011 at 4:49 PM

St Louis House Painting offers tips for painting and other home improvements.  We are #1 in interior and exterior painting in the St Louis Area.

Heating and cooling your home accounts for about 50 percent to 70 percent of the energy used in your home. Unless your home was built as an energy-efficient home, adding insulation will probably reduce your utility bills. Even a small amount of insulation–if properly installed–can reduce energy costs dramatically.

You should insulate all areas of your home. Insulation priorities include your attic, including the attic access door, under floors above unheated basements or crawl spaces, and on the edges of concrete slabs. Your options for insulating existing walls are somewhat limited. However, if you are remodeling or residing your home, use the amounts of insulation recommended for new construction. Figure 1 shows you where to insulate and also contains the range of recommended R-values for each of those areas in your house. The R-value changes because of the type of heat you use and where you live. It also changes between new and existing homes. To find the recommended R-value for the area of the country you live in, contact your local electric company or gas company. You can also find the recommended R-value by zip code and heat source at the Department of Energy Web site,

It’s interesting to note that the greatest energy savings come from the first inch of insulation installed. You can add more insulation to increase your savings, but a small amount of insulation is almost a must for your home to be comfortable. Keep in mind that for insulation to work properly the air spaces in the insulation must be maintained. Packing too much insulation into an area will reduce the effectiveness of the insulation.

Savings from wall insulation are almost equal to those you’ll get from ceiling insulation.

You can further increase your energy savings, up to 10 percent, by plugging any air leaks prior to insulating. Obvious air leaks can be found around doors, windows, fireplaces and chimneys. Some not-so-obvious air leaks can be found around electrical switches and outlets, pull-down attic stairs, pipes, and behind bathtub and shower stall units. These leaks are often much greater than the obvious ones. However, taking care of these leaks alone cannot do the job–you must also have insulation.

Sonny Landau


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In Uncategorized on January 23, 2011 at 2:17 PM

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