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Best Painters in Lubbock, TX

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1420 Avenue F, Lubbock, TX 79401 Rating

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4.3 (11)

Why choose this provider?

Settler Construction is a family-owned company that serves clients in Lubbock. It offers interior and exterior painting services for residential and commercial establishments. It aims that each paint job is weatherproof and will last for a long time. Its craftsmen also work side by side with the clients so that the results meet the client's requirements. In addition, the company performs remodeling and general construction projects, roofing, and carpentry jobs. Settler Construction has been operating for more than four decades.

Lubbock, TX Rating

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5.0 (17)
5.0 (16)

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A & A Maintenance and Roofing is a family-owned business that helps residents in Lubbock and the surrounding areas with their home improvement needs. While focused on roofing replacement and new construction services, the company also provides interior and exterior painting, siding repair and replacement, flooring installation and replacement, and other remodeling solutions. It uses products from brands like Malarkey and TAMKO. A & A is a member of the West Texas Home Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders.

Lubbock, TX Rating

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5.0 (9)
5.0 (3)

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Walls of Art offers painting services to customers in Lubbock and the surrounding communities. Its owner and artist, Jaime Alcorta, serves residents, architects, and builders. She offers custom decorative and plaster finishes and murals on ceilings, cabinets, and walls. Prior to the start of projects, she meets clients for discussion and provides them with various design options. Alcorta brings her portfolio containing pictures and samples of her previous work for viewing. She has a bachelor's degree in Interior Design and minors in Art and Business.

Lubbock, TX Rating

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Lubbock Stucco is a locally owned and operated contracting company that has been serving homes and businesses in the metro for more than 35 years. From small repair or patchwork to new building construction, the company handles any type of project involving stucco. Its services include plastering, fireproofing, Exterior Insulation Finishing Systems application, lath installation, and painting of stucco products. Its stucco experts can offer any shade and variation of stucco for a maintenance-free color coat.

7212 Joliet Suite 6, Lubbock, TX 79423 Rating

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Pro-Tech Painting & Drywall, LLC is a locally owned and operated company. It has been serving residential, commercial, and industrial properties in Lubbock and the surrounding metros since 2003. It offers interior and exterior painting. Other services include custom staining, latex enamel woodwork, scraping popcorn ceilings, drywall repairs, and sheetrock hanging. Pro-Tech Painting has a "paint it forward" program in which it selects nonprofit organizations for whom it will provide services, such as the Church for the Children's Ministry.

Compare our Top Painters

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Settler Construction
1420 Avenue F, Lubbock, TX 79401
A & A Maintenance and Roofing
Walls of Art
Lubbock Stucco
Pro-Tech Painting & Drywall, LLC
7212 Joliet Suite 6, Lubbock, TX 79423


  • Introduction

    Paint can transform the entire look of a room and refresh the appearance of a home’s exterior. Decorators, homeowners, and DIYers use paint to beautify a room, reflect the owner’s taste and personality, update old spaces, complement the décor, and attain many other aesthetic goals.

    Some people are skilled at painting their own spaces. But many property owners prefer to hire a painter to do the job professionally. Bringing in a pro helps ensure the job is done right and completed in a timely manner. A painter can choose the proper paint, perform thorough prep, and provide a guarantee for their services.

    However, there are many choices, and it may be difficult to decide on the right pro. But understanding what to expect, learning about pricing, and gaining a bit more insight on what to expect from a professional painter can help make the decision much easier.
  • How do painters charge?

    Interior painters typically charge by the square foot. They add the lengths of all sides of the room together and multiply this room perimeter by wall height. They must then subtract the square footage of windows, doors, and other fixtures that won’t be painted. The per-square-foot rate varies depending on materials, the number of coats, and other variables.

  • How much do painters make?

    The average hourly wage for a painter ranges between $16 and $18. For a full-time painter, that’s a little under or over $35,000 a year. But freelance painters usually earn more. The location also impacts pay. For example, the average yearly income for a self-employed painter in California is about $70,000. In Alabama, it’s just over $61,000.

  • On average, how much do professional painters cost?

    While they usually price the job by square footage, expect to pay an effectual rate of $20 to $50 dollars per hour for the services of a professional painter. It typically takes a couple of days to professionally prep and paint a standard 120-square-foot room. The average cost is approximately $300 to $800. Exterior house painting can run from $2,500 to $6,000.

  • What to expect from professional painters?

    Clients can expect professional painters to provide an accurate estimate after doing a thorough walk-through, taking measurements, and discussing the specifics of the job requirements. They can help with paint quality and color suggestions. Clean-up should also be part of the job. Some touch up may also be necessary. Finally, ask for proof of insurance and licensure.

  • When painting, when is the best time to remove painter\'s tape?

    The paint should be dry before removing the painter’s tape. That takes at least an hour after the final coat is applied. But wait longer if the paint still feels gummy. It’s okay to leave the tape overnight, but it’s best not to wait longer than 24 hours.

  • How much does painters insurance cost?

    The average premium for general liability insurance is about $50 per month with a $250 deductible and a $1 million per occurrence policy limit. This coverage protects against third-party property damage, third-party bodily injury, and advertising injuries. Companies employing painters must also carry workers’ compensation insurance. That runs about $300 per month. Insurance against damaged, stolen, or lost tools and equipment is about $15 per month.