Top 10 House Painters in Oregon, OH

Porch Pro Headshot Good Guys Painting & Home Services
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
(27)
"Good Guys painted our entire interior and exterior plus our kitchen cabinets. We couldn't be happier with the work James and his crew did for us. My husband is a stickler and having no complaints from him is about the best praise anyone can give."
"Good Guys painted our entire interior and exterior plus our kitchen cabinets. We couldn't be happier with the work James and his crew did for us. My husband is a stickler and having no complaints from him is about the best praise anyone can give."
Porch Pro Headshot 360 Painting Toledo
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
(10)
The 360 Painting difference! We know that the true foundation of client relationships is trust. At 360 PAINTING we strive to earn your trust and will work closely with you to transform your vision into a vibrant reality. We have built our reputation by listening to our customers and helping them to...Read more about 360 Painting Toledo
The 360 Painting difference! We know that the true foundation of client relationships is trust. At 360 PAINTING we strive to earn your trust and will work closely with you to transform your vision into a vibrant reality. We have built our reputation by listening to our customers and helping them to...Read more about 360 Painting Toledo
Porch Pro Headshot John Nesler Painting
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
(4)
"John was a professional through and through. He was on time, hard working and he got the job done ahead of schedule. The painting was high quality. I will DEFINITELY hire him again. I highly recommend him."
"John was a professional through and through. He was on time, hard working and he got the job done ahead of schedule. The painting was high quality. I will DEFINITELY hire him again. I highly recommend him."
Porch Pro Headshot Hylite Painting Co.
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
(24)
founded in 1997, we strive to maintain our excellent reputation by continuing to maintain our high standard of profrationalism, promptness, and affordability. A+ Rating with the BBB
founded in 1997, we strive to maintain our excellent reputation by continuing to maintain our high standard of profrationalism, promptness, and affordability. A+ Rating with the BBB
Porch Pro Headshot Harrison Renovations
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
(1)
Harrison Renovations, is your one source for all your home project fixes and improvements. Our 36 years of experience and our eye for detail will ensure your satisfaction. There is no job too large or too small for us. If you are planning to improve your home you are at the right place. "Let us help...Read more about Harrison Renovations
Harrison Renovations, is your one source for all your home project fixes and improvements. Our 36 years of experience and our eye for detail will ensure your satisfaction. There is no job too large or too small for us. If you are planning to improve your home you are at the right place. "Let us help...Read more about Harrison Renovations
Porch Pro Headshot Riepenhoff Painting Co
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot visionary custom painting inc.
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
Hello, my name is Brandyn Hedges, and I'm the proud owner of Visionary Custom Painting. My company is looking forward to making new clients and expanding our limitations. We specialize in proper interior/exterior painting. Visionary is an all-in-one type of company.
Hello, my name is Brandyn Hedges, and I'm the proud owner of Visionary Custom Painting. My company is looking forward to making new clients and expanding our limitations. We specialize in proper interior/exterior painting. Visionary is an all-in-one type of company.
Porch Pro Headshot Handyman Repair Toledo
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
I Can Help You With Home Repair in Toledo From Top To Bottom. Basement Floor To Any Floor ~ Front Porch or Door To Bathrooms, Kitchens & Cabinets All The Way To The Deck, Patio, Shed, or Fence in the Back Yard. A Handyman Costs Less Than a Contractor. No License Required To Help A Homeowner Do Anyth...Read more about Handyman Repair Toledo
I Can Help You With Home Repair in Toledo From Top To Bottom. Basement Floor To Any Floor ~ Front Porch or Door To Bathrooms, Kitchens & Cabinets All The Way To The Deck, Patio, Shed, or Fence in the Back Yard. A Handyman Costs Less Than a Contractor. No License Required To Help A Homeowner Do Anyth...Read more about Handyman Repair Toledo
Porch Pro Headshot JD & Son Remodeling
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
At JD &Son Remodeling We are a Full Service General Contractor. We are a local family owned business specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodels, plumbing, dry wall, roofing, flooring, concrete and painting. We are insured!!!
At JD &Son Remodeling We are a Full Service General Contractor. We are a local family owned business specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodels, plumbing, dry wall, roofing, flooring, concrete and painting. We are insured!!!
Porch Pro Headshot  Donna's Interior Painting & Papering
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
(1)
Interior Painting and Papering, Faux & Decorative Finishes. Free Esttmates Reasonable Rates, call today.
Interior Painting and Papering, Faux & Decorative Finishes. Free Esttmates Reasonable Rates, call today.

Frequently asked questions about house painters

There is nothing like a fresh coat of paint in a new home. You can transform rooms with a change of color, and fresh paint breathes new life into an older home. Costs for painting homes vary. It depends on the rate of labor and on the type of paint you use. Most of the cost comes from the size of the home. The more square footage you need painted, the more expensive the job will be.

The average cost for painter services in a home is estimated at $3,500. On the low side, you can expect to pay $1,200 and $6,500 on the high side. These estimates assume you have a one-story home with around 1,000 square feet of wall to paint. More stories will mean higher costs.

The price is usually divided up into materials and labor. Labor tends to make up 85% of a job, but this can vary depending on the contractor. Most contractors charge between $2 - $6 / square foot. This calculates interior painting jobs with two coats of paint. For more specific paint jobs, such as doors or cabinets, you can expect to be charged $50 - $100 / door or drawer face.

Some contractors have different models of payment, which you may discover when looking up “painting companies near me” or “house painters near me.” You can be charged per room, which averages around $800 - $1,200 for a bedroom, and as high as $3,000 for a living room or similar large space. Some painters may choose to bill hourly, which can range from $20 - $50 / hour for basic painting, and $100 / hour or higher for specialty painting. A skilled painter should be able to cover between 150 – 350 square feet/hour but don’t forget to factor in prep time, clean up, and both coats of paint needed.

The cost of painting a home's exterior is far more variable, depending on your siding. Some sidings (like stucco) can cost up to $3,000 / 1,000 square feet, and that cost can rise if there are multiple stories. Weather can also play a major factor, which is why local painters are in high demand during the summer months. Vinyl siding expands and contracts depending on weather, so you’ll want a latex-based paint that is durable to these changes. For wood siding, latex is always a good option for allowing wood to breathe. Beware acrylic or oil-based paints, as these can create moisture stains. If you have stucco siding, you can go with latex, but it’s not your best option if the walls are damaged. Elastomeric paint will cover those imperfections while still being breathable. This paint is thick and time-consuming to apply. If you have brick siding, you’ll want a porous stain or paint so water doesn’t get trapped inside.

Siding is the biggest factor to cost, as prep and materials needed to do the job correctly can raise the price. Brick and stucco are the most expensive, while metal, wood, vinyl, and concrete tend to be on the lower end. Extra stories mean extra work for the painter, as safety measures and ladders need to be implemented. Painting a second or third story of a home takes longer than painting a single story based on logistics. It’s not just the walls, either. You may want to paint the garage, the shutters, the eaves and downspouts, and the siding and trim.

Your brand of paint can alter costs, as well as the cost of your finish. Flat paint tends to be the cheapest, but is also the least durable. Mid-range finishes, including eggshell and satin, can be good choices, depending on what you’re looking for. Semi-gloss finish will showcase imperfections and dents but is also resistant to cleaning. High-gloss is the most expensive type of finish and is recommended for small areas, such as trim, windows, and doors. While it is possible to DIY your home’s exterior, a professional comes with all the needed materials and is knowledgeable about what will work best and how to stay safe on the job. They are worth serious consideration.

Yes, you can paint vinyl siding. Years ago, this answer was no because paint continued to slide off the siding. We’ve come a long way since then. The best paint for vinyl is latex urethane paint, as it can cope with the constant contracting and expanding of the siding. Many paint companies create paint specifically designed for siding.

Painting vinyl is similar to painting other exteriors. You’ll want to coat it with primer (something designed for vinyl) and use a brush for the tricky spots. Otherwise, you can use a roller and cover a lot of ground. Once you have the primer, add the topcoat. Vinyl has one more caveat that you should be aware of. Dark colors tend to trap a lot of heat. Most vinyl paints will be light colors as a result, so it reflects heat rather than absorbs it. Weather can be a factor in painting vinyl, and the best weather is overcast, comfortable conditions. Sun, humidity, direct heat, and wind are not your friends when it comes to painting vinyl. You’ll want to ensure that painting your siding doesn’t void its warranty before you begin.

As with any painting, you’ll want to ensure you clean the area thoroughly first. For vinyl, a pressure washer is the best choice. You’ll want to find a recipe that tackles mold and mildew or buy a TSP solution. Mold and mildew tend to get between the paint and the siding, so it’s imperative you deal with them before you paint.

The quick answer is 350 – 400 square feet. This is generally true of wall, ceiling, and trim paint. Primer tends to go less, giving you 250 square feet on average. If you’re painting a dark room with a light color, you may need more primer coats, so keep that in mind. Be aware that fresh drywall is extremely porous and may absorb more paint than expected. Most drywall tends to arrive pre-primed, but be ready if it isn’t. If you have a textured wall (think popcorn ceilings, for example), you should use 20% more paint. If you need to paint 100 square feet of ceiling, it’s recommended you buy enough paint to cover 120 square feet to make up for the texture. You can stretch your paint with the correct tools. A nine-inch roller usually gives the best results for a coat of paint. For textured walls, consider a 1/2-inch nap over a 3/8-inch nap.

Let’s dive into the math. You know how much paint you need per square foot, but how do you calculate that square footage? First, measure the height of every wall, and add it together. Then, do the same for the length of each wall. Multiply those two numbers together, and you have the square footage. If you divide that number by 400 (how much a gallon of paint should cover), you know how many gallons you need to buy. This works for trim and doors as well. Multiply the total lengths and widths together, and divide it by 400. It’s never a bad idea to round up or ensure you have extra paint left over. You may need it for touch-ups or if a specific section requires more paint than you anticipated. It’s better to have too much than too little and have the hardware store mix you more paint. What if the color is off by even a slight bit? That’s a frustration you can easily avoid.

No, you can’t use exterior paint inside. Exterior paint is designed to hold up against weather extremes and, as such, contains more VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). These compounds were not designed for enclosed spaces; they can smell funky and release toxins that might make you or your pets sick. Exterior paint doesn’t settle in a short amount of time. In cold weather, exterior paint could continually release those toxins for a month or more. In warmer weather, this timeframe may be reduced to weeks. The process of releasing these toxins is called curing. Most professionals will wear masks when painting outside for this reason.

Exterior paint is softer by nature. It needs to be able to breathe and contract or expand with the home. It doesn’t stand up as well to the wear and tear that interior paint deals with on a daily basis. While all paint contains mildewcides and fungicides, the ingredients in exterior and interior paint are very different. The VOCs are needed in both paints to hold the pigment in. If you use exterior paint on indoor surfaces, ventilation is your first concern. This becomes a greater concern when spraying paint instead of rolling it, as spraying it makes it airborne that much quicker.

VOCs can cause lightheadedness, headaches, nausea, irritated eyes and throat, and respiratory issues. This can be an even greater hazard for those with compromised immune systems. Exterior and interior paints are vastly different, so you shouldn’t combine them. It compromises the quality of both paints. Plus, exterior paint isn’t designed to look good inside. Both varieties of paint are highly specialized, and you’ll likely regret using them where they are not intended.

The average cost to paint a 12x12 room is $650, with $400 being on the low end and $900 on the high end. Several factors can change these costs or cause them to rise. If you need drywall or plaster repaired before the job, that will cost time and effort. The higher your walls rise, the more time or paint it might take to finish the job. If you want to use designer paints, you may spend more on the materials. Your cost will also change based on the finish you choose.

Square footage is the most important consideration when factoring the price of a room. A large room, such as a living room, will cost more than a small bedroom or bathroom. Kitchens tend to cost the most since the painting is specific. They require far more attention to detail when you consider backsplashes, cabinets, and trims. Textured walls can add to that cost since it eats up more materials. Different types of paint can change the cost as well. On average, eggshell, satin, and flat are the cheapest paints. Matte, semi-gloss, latex, and oil are mid-range and all competitively priced. High-gloss paint is expensive and best used on small surfaces like trims.

You have the option to do the work yourself, of course. Be aware that it’s never as simple as splashing paint on the walls. You’ll need to purchase all the required materials, such as brushes, painter’s tape, rollers, trays, and plastic to prevent spillage. You’ll need to clean the walls and remove outlet covers and switch plates. Once that’s done, you can use painter’s tape on all the edges and then start. The big question you will need to ask yourself is whether you have the time. Painters are efficient, have all the tools, and do the job constantly. They will know immediately the best way to handle it.

Now that you know the scope of your project in terms of cost and effort, you can start dreaming in color.

Recent reviews for Oregon Painters

109157

I have used Donna's Interior and Painting and Papering services since the l990's. She does an excellent job with painting and papering. She is very neat, well organized and punctual. I have referred her to my friends. I can't say enough about the qual...

- Judy Tolliver
76524

Jamie, the Owner, Quoted A job for me, started the job, received 1/2 down, and draws right along throughout the job. Admittedly, I should have kept a better eye on his progress, but he sent me an email that he had some personal issues and no one to wor...

- Kelly Miller
185993

DO NOT HIRE. After taking our money and giving us deadlines that he never met, not showing up for work or completing anything on time, our home looks worse than when we bought it. He was fired from the job after we paid him thousands of dollars for a job ...

- Carmen T
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John done a great job at put home and wasat the exact time he told us he would do the work Our home is about 6200 sq ft and some areas with 18 foot ceilings which the ceilings were painted along with most walls He. Cleaned up at end of every day and his...

- Chuck Kinnear
81095

John was very professional, on time, worked hard, not even taking a lunch break and did a great job painting my 15 ft. stairwell, hallway and entry foyer. I would definitely use John again and recommend him to you.

- Catherine Booher

Everything You Need to Know About Oregon House Painters

I have Painting Services work that I need done in Oregon. What should my budget be?

Our data on recent painter projects in Oregon shows that larger painting services projects in city are often upwards of $0.00. However, this price depends on a number of factors. Cost can increase or decrease based on any/all of the following:

  • Location: painters travel time may factor into the budget.
  • Cost of materials. This is an important factor of your painting services project budget. You can purchase materials yourself, but remember that your painter professional maybe be able to leverage relationships with other companies to save on material costs.
  • Company ratings: Highly-rated painters tend to be more expensive. Decide what balance between ratings and cost is right for you.

As always, every project is different and you should contact multiple painters throughout Oregon to ensure your project is done right.

Will Painting Services work in Oregon require permits, inspections, special licenses, etc.?

Whether you’re painter job is in Oregon or any other city, you're going to want to do a bit of research before hiring painters. Even small jobs may have certain regulations around them. Often, the painter performing the work will have any required permits, inspections, etc. under control, but not always. Short answer: Research yourself and double check with the painting services folks that everything is in order.

How does invoicing/payment work for most Painter projects in Oregon?

Every project differs, but you should ask any painter for an estimate, before they do any work. In fact, ask for their general payment terms before any painting services work is done.

If the job is large and going to take longer than a day, it's common practice for painters to request a down payment. Usually, this will be around 25% so they can commence work on your painter project.

If it's a quick job, you'll likely be given an invoice/bill when the job is complete. Then it's up to you and the painter to determine if you pay immediately or can send payment at a later date.

All House Painters in Oregon, OH

Porch Pro Headshot Fresh Paint Pro
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
Located in Ann Arbor, Fresh Paint Pro is a painting company that started in the '90s and provides exterior painting, interior plastering and more.
Located in Ann Arbor, Fresh Paint Pro is a painting company that started in the '90s and provides exterior painting, interior plastering and more.
Porch Pro Headshot jayminpaintiing
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
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"Our exterior needed help, badly. Jamie and his crew obliged wonderfully!!! Me and my wife are very happy with the finished product, professionalism and curb appeal they have brought back. Thanks a million Jamie, Mike and Brian. Thanks so much.."
"Our exterior needed help, badly. Jamie and his crew obliged wonderfully!!! Me and my wife are very happy with the finished product, professionalism and curb appeal they have brought back. Thanks a million Jamie, Mike and Brian. Thanks so much.."
Porch Pro Headshot Silvertree Landscaping, LLC
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
At Silvertree Landscaping, we strive to give homeowners the best Lawn Care in northwest Ohio! We are fast, reliable, perform excellent work and are available when you need us!
At Silvertree Landscaping, we strive to give homeowners the best Lawn Care in northwest Ohio! We are fast, reliable, perform excellent work and are available when you need us!
Porch Pro Headshot S&S Painting
Painters
Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot Cutting edge professional painting LLC
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot Paints By Terry
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot Flip Construction
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot Glass City Painting & Powerwashing, LLC.
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot Stephen Currie
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot W & W maintenance
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot 3Guys Anda PaintBrush
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot Sunny side Painting
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot Tomahawk Home Services
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Serves Oregon, Ohio
Porch Pro Headshot 24 hour rehab guys
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Serves Oregon, Ohio

Latest projects near Oregon

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Toledo 43605
Drywall Repair
Start Date
Within a week
Amount to repair
One or more minor repairs
Surfaces to repair
Walls
Any repair above 15ft
No
Oregon 43616
Drywall Texturing
Start Date
Within a month
Project type
Texture or finish drywall
Rooms needing drywall texturing
basement room
Surfaces
Both walls and ceilings
Desired texture
Light texture (orange peel)
Any work above 15ft
No
Who will purchase materials
The contractor will need to purchase materials for the project
Oregon 43616
Drywall Texturing
Start Date
Within a month
Project type
Texture or finish drywall
Rooms needing drywall texturing
Kitchen, Bathroom
Surfaces
Walls
Desired texture
Match existing texture
Any work above 15ft
No
Who will purchase materials
The contractor will need to purchase materials for the project
Toledo 43605
Drywall Repair
Start Date
Within 48 hours
Amount to repair
More than one area the size of a quarter or larger
Surfaces to repair
Ceilings
Any repair above 15ft
No
Toledo 43611
Drywall Repair
Start Date
Within a week
Amount to repair
More than one area the size of a quarter or larger
Surfaces to repair
two skylight wells
Any repair above 15ft
Yes
Northwood 43619
Stucco
Service needed
Stucco
Start Date
Within a year
Oregon 43616
Decorative Painting
Start Date
Within a week
Painting service
Faux, texture, and decorative painting
Type of specialty painting
I'm not sure
Surfaces to be painted
Entry door both interior and exterior, sidelights and trim. Caulking
Number of rooms
1
Ceiling height
Under 10 feet
Who will move and cover furniture
The area is unfurnished
Prep work needed
None