We offer Residential & Commercial Painting Services
NewLook Canadian Painting is a local, family-owned painting business focused on satisfying customers through exceptional professionalism and craftsmanship. Our team of experienced professionals are experts in what they do and know how to effectively apply their skills, workmanship and customer service excellence to assist you with your needs.
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WHAT OUR HAPPY CLIENTS SAY
This is the second time we have used NewLook Canadian Painting and once again Ira and her team transformed our newly purchased house into our dream home! They were able to remove the wallpaper in a number of rooms and the finish is flawless. Even with last minute changes, ie. let’s add an accent wall, they completed the job on time and they were easy to work with, dependable, trustworthy. They left the house spotless – both inside and out. They make sure you are pleased with the results and they did a fabulous job. We highly recommend NewLook Canadian Painting.
I always recommend NewLook Canadian Painting company to whoever wants to listen. We were very happy with your job the last two times and we will be calling you in a few months for another painting job. Thanks for being nice and friendly, arriving on time, finishing on time, cleaning up afterwards, and for your competitive prices – all of it greatly appreciated. Can’t wait till next time.
Hope all is well and this hot weather hasn’t made working too bad for you and your crews. I haven’t had a chance to thank you for the deck work. It looks great and I love the colour. Your team did a wonderful job and were very professional and as I mentioned you had great customer service. We’ve had many compliments on how great it looks now.
Some of Our Projects
Yes, all of our work comes with a warranty.
Yes. Most people we work for are not home while work is going on. While you are at work or running errands, our crew will be busy painting. We are licensed and fully insured so there is nothing to worry about.
The maximum and minimum recommended temperatures for exterior paint vary depending on the type (oil or latex) and specific brand of paint used, but a general rule of thumb is that oil-based paint can be applied when the temperatures are between 40°- 90° F and latex between 50°- 85° F. The best drying will occur when the relative humidity is 40% to 70%. Too high or low a temperature can cause the paint to not bind together properly, which can lead to cracking and peeling. Latex can also be difficult to apply at high temperatures since it will dry too quickly to brush out properly.
In most cases, yes. People choose to have the interiors of their homes painted in the winter for a variety of reasons. During the summers there are vacations and travel; parties with guests can happen throughout the warm months; endless activities may be arranged. Also, paint crews may not be as available when the weather’s nice and crews are engaged heavily in exterior painting projects. Under the proper circumstances and when you have experienced painters from NewLook Canadian Painting on the job, winter interior painting can be a perfect arrangement.
The process can take as little as 4-5 days from the time we connect with you. However, the actual timing will depend on the condition of your paint surfaces, the type of work required, our schedule and weather conditions if the project involves exterior work. During our consultation with you, we can evaluate your situation and let you know how long we think it will take to complete your painting project.
Yes. We schedule each job to be completed in consecutive days (M-F.)
We generally work M-F, 8-4:30 We can do work at other hours if needed, but these are our standard working hours.
If you are in the process of selling your house, I recommend selecting a white or off-white color as the choice for walls. This will allow the buyer to easily cover the wall with their choice of color and will give your rooms a brighter and clean appearance. However, you can change the feel of any room in your house with a little planning and some color, varying the shades for a certain look or feel. A good rule of thumb is to remember the color wheel. We all learned about the primary colors in school – red, yellow and blue. These are on the color wheel at 12:00, 4:00 and 8:00 respectively. Combining any of these will give you a secondary color (i.e. purple, orange). Colors near each other on the color wheel such as blue and purple are analogous to each other and will allow one color to stand out more. Colors opposite each other on the color wheel such as green and red are complementary to one another and will nicely play off each other. Staying within the same shade of color (i.e. greens) will give you a subtle and soothing look. Painting with cool colors such as blues, greens and purples makes small rooms appear larger and more airy while colors such as reds, yellows and oranges will give a room a more vibrant appearance. You can vary the warmth even with a red or yellow by choosing muted shades of those colors such as pink, peach or a buttery yellow. Warm colors have cool ones as their complementary colors while cool colors have warm complements. Shades are either pure or vibrant, muted (which are less intense than their vibrant counterparts) or shaded (the darker colors in the same color scheme).
Generally an exterior painting job will need to be redone every 5-10 years. Stucco tends to last longer, wood on the other hand expands and contracts more with changing temperatures which loosens the paint sooner. It is best not to put off your exterior painting until the house is badly peeling. When it gets to that condition, it will end up costing you more in preparation time and possibly dry rot repair work. If however the property is in a bad condition when you get to it, do yourself a favor – go the extra length and ensure that thorough surface preparation is done. The idea is to create a sound surface for the new coats to adhere to. This requires more time but is necessary for the paint job to last.