Last month, I moved into my first one bedroom apartment in Greenpoint after subletting for years. Before signing the lease I made sure the landlord would be cleaning and painting. Tribeca Painters is one of the companies he works with for his buildings, and he told me they would be doing the job. Rather than allover white, I wanted there to be an accent wall of orange in the kitchen to add some brightness. I really wanted to do something unique and claim the space as my own.
I ended up choosing Benjamin Moore Aura in "rumba orange" with a semi-gloss finish. "Festive orange" was a close second. The guys were offered advice for what would work best since the kitchen gets a lot of intense morning sunlight (southeastern exposure). For the rest of the apartment, they picked a crisp off-white color.
I moved on a Friday afternoon, and the guys were really nice about working around the move schedule. Since I moved on short notice, they weren't able to paint until after I moved my furniture in. At first I was a bit nervous some of it might get paint splashes on it. But they came with all their equipment including several drop cloths - they covered the floor and furniture meticulously so my stuff was safe. They worked quickly and efficiently, even faster than I thought they would.
I found Tribeca Painters to be very professional and all in all a pleasure to deal with. In the end, I was really happy with the way the accent wall turned out and they also evened out several bumps and cracks in the walls. I love sitting in the kitchen with my morning coffee admiring my new wall :)
Fast. Clean. Cheap.
We gave him the instructions and he went to work. We barely had to clarify anything at all and the job was top notch. There is nothing better than hiring a great contractor, pointing at the project, and having them go after it. He finished the job in the laundry, vacuumed, cleaned, and put everything back in its place. He not only repaired the drywall, but he also painted it as well. We didn't have the paint on hand so he went ahead and matched the paint color and brought the paint himself.
In addition, John was courteous and professional. We didn't catch the name of the gentleman helping him but he was also very professional and diligently worked painting our stair railing all day.
All in all, we loved working with these gentlemen and we will be using them again for our bathroom project we have next.
Finally got my workspace painted.
It was well worth it.
New York gets so dirty. You'd be surprised how quickly your light colored walls get dirty if you are anywhere in Manhattan. It's like people bring the dust and leave it everywhere. And since it teach and a lot of students go through the the space I often need the service. Unfortunately there are also a lot of shady painters that don't do the job well, which annoys me so much ( it would any person with OCD). So I'm super pleased that I called these guys.
I definitely recommend them, they are quick and clean and I kid had to leave a review because a wonderful service like this definitely deserves it.
It was a pleasure working with this company from the start. I was met with prompt professionalism, and a courteous attitude from the get-go. I spoke with other painters in the area, who offered similar pricing, but the affordability was not the only aspect that impressed me with this company. Painters NYC gave me more than one reason to use them for my studio painting project.
First, the fact that they had more of a proactive approach to what I was asking, and being attentive to what I wanted REALLY compelled me to move forward with giving them my business. They followed up with calls, as scheduled and made sure I was a part of the process every single step of the way. They made sure I was certain in my color choices, and even fixed things (cracked drywall, patch up jobs) without me having to tell them to. That's proactive.
I was very happy with my end result, and promised John to let others know about his work. The crew that came did the job quickly, and cleaned up after. What more could I ask for? It was a pleasant experience, and I was left with a beautiful new studio. These men take pride in their work, and it shows!