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Legacy Glass Block is a family owned business that offers top quality painting services to its customers. Their 5 star rating is testament to their dedication and commitment to providing customers with the best possible experience.

  • Improved Aesthetics: A fresh coat of paint can instantly transform the look and feel of a room. You can choose colors that reflect your personal style and create the desired ambiance, whether it's a calming and relaxing space or a vibrant and energetic one.

  • Enhanced Mood and Atmosphere: Colors have the power to influence emotions and moods. Choosing the right color palette can help create an environment that promotes relaxation, concentration, or creativity, depending on the room's purpose.

  • Increased Property Value: A well-executed paint job can enhance the perceived value of your property, making it more appealing to potential buyers or renters. Neutral and well-coordinated colors can make the space feel more welcoming and adaptable to different tastes.

  • Clean and Fresh Feel: Over time, walls can accumulate dirt, grime, and scuffs that can make a space look tired and worn. A new paint job can instantly refresh the room, making it feel cleaner and more inviting.

  • Updated Style: If your interior decor is outdated, a new paint color can help modernize the space without the need for a complete overhaul. It's a cost-effective way to keep up with current design trends.

  • Covering Imperfections: Paint can effectively conceal minor flaws, such as small cracks, dents, or nail holes in walls. This can save you the time and effort required for more extensive repairs.

  • Customization: With paint, you have the freedom to express your individuality and create a space that truly reflects your personality. You can experiment with different color combinations, textures, and finishes to achieve a unique look.

  • Increased Natural Light Reflection: Lighter paint colors can help bounce natural light around the room, making it feel brighter and more spacious. This is particularly useful for rooms with limited windows or low light.

  • Easy and Cost-Effective Update: Compared to other home improvement projects, repainting is relatively affordable and offers a high return on investment in terms of visual impact.

  • Renewed Energy: Changing the color scheme of a room can give you a renewed sense of energy and enthusiasm for the space. It's a simple way to combat monotony and bring new life to your surroundings.

  • Protection: Paint acts as a protective layer for your walls, shielding them from wear and tear, moisture, and mildew growth.

When considering a new interior paint job, it's essential to select high-quality paints and finishes and to properly prepare surfaces for painting to ensure the best results. Additionally, taking your time to choose the right color palette and coordinating with your existing decor can help you achieve a cohesive and appealing interior design.

All of our products and work are warranted.  You can be sure that your project is in excellent hands.  


Paint Sheens

Paint sheen refers to the level of glossiness or shine in a paint finish. Different paint sheens have distinct characteristics and are suited for various applications. Here are the most common paint sheens and their differences:

  • Flat/Matte: Flat paint has no sheen or gloss, providing a smooth, non-reflective finish. It's great for hiding imperfections on walls and ceilings but is less washable and more susceptible to stains than other sheens. It's commonly used in low-traffic areas like bedrooms and living rooms.

  • Eggshell: Eggshell has a subtle, velvety sheen that's slightly more reflective than flat paint. It offers a good balance between hiding imperfections and being relatively easy to clean, making it suitable for living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms.

  • Satin: Satin paint has a soft, gentle sheen that's higher than eggshell. It's more durable and washable, making it suitable for high-traffic areas like hallways, kitchens, and bathrooms. It strikes a balance between aesthetics and practicality.

  • Semi-Gloss: Semi-gloss paint has a noticeable sheen and is even more durable and washable than satin. It's often used in areas prone to moisture and high wear, such as kitchens, bathrooms, trim, doors, and cabinets. It's also popular for children's rooms due to its easy-to-clean nature.

  • Gloss: Gloss paint has a high sheen and is the most reflective finish. It's extremely durable and washable, making it suitable for areas that require frequent cleaning and maintenance, like doors, cabinets, and trim. Gloss paint is less commonly used on walls due to its intense shine, which can highlight imperfections.

  • High-Gloss: High-gloss paint offers an ultra-shiny finish and is the most reflective of all. It's used in similar applications as gloss paint but provides an even more polished look. High-gloss finishes are often used on furniture, accents, and decorative elements.

Our Experienced Professionals will help you decide what is right for your project.  

When choosing a paint sheen, consider the following factors:

  • Room Use: Choose a sheen that matches the room's function and traffic level. Higher-sheen paints are more suitable for areas that require easy cleaning and are prone to moisture or heavy use.

  • Aesthetics: The level of gloss can impact the appearance of the space. Flat and matte finishes tend to minimize imperfections, while higher-sheen finishes can create a more vibrant and polished look.

  • Lighting: Different sheens interact with light differently. Higher-sheen paints can reflect more light, making a space appear brighter, while lower-sheen finishes can create a cozy, muted atmosphere.

  • Surface Imperfections: Consider the condition of the walls or surfaces you're painting. Flat and matte finishes are good at hiding flaws, while higher-sheen paints can accentuate imperfections.

  • Personal Preference: Ultimately, your personal style and preferences should guide your choice of paint sheen. Consider the look and feel you want to achieve in each room.

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