ABOUT ADVANCED PAINTING SYSTEMS INC.

Advanced Painting Systems Inc. has been proudly offering design, decoration and painting services in Coral Springs for many years. Our priority is the satisfaction of our clients, so we always take the time to ensure you are satisfied with the design of your space before starting any work. Our skilled and qualified painters and designers have years of experience in small and large painting projects in South Florida. They will be working closely with clients to ensure your painting project is successful.

When hiring Advanced Painting Systems Inc. for your commercial or residential painting needs, we ensure that you do not have to worry about lifting a finger. We will personally empty the spaces to be painted with the utmost care, packaging fragile objects and doing all of the heavy lifting for you. You can rest assured that your floors and carpets will be well protected and that our professional painters will work diligently to ensure the quality of their work.

If you have a painting or redecorating project in mind, do not hesitate to give us a call today. We will find a design that works for you and for your environment regardless of your budget or time line, and we guarantee that you will be more than happy with your new, clean and refreshed home or office from the Parkland through Coral Springs area  down to Fort Lauderdale. From Hillsboro Beach through Plantation down to Weston.

Advanced Painting Systems Inc.’s promise to our Broward County customers is as follows:

  • We will never rush a residential or commercial painting job.
  • We will use the top quality paint and tools to complete your contract to your satisfaction.
  • We will never leave any tools, stains or materials behind that you must clean up.
  • We will always stand behind our work and take pride in our painting service.

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F.A.Q.

Simply put, color affects mood. Red, yellow, and orange are considered the warm colors which incite happy, excitable moods and stimulation. They’re great for offices for that reason. Blue, green, and purple are called the cool colors because they’re relaxing and peaceful. Think bedroom and den. The light colors, like beige or any off white are spacious and uplifting. Perfect for the Doctor’s office. Dark colors make rooms look smaller and are depressing. Bold colors are appealing while whites reflect light, but beware, they get dirty pretty easily.

Don’t do anything for at least 2 or 3 weeks, and when you do clean, make sure you use a cleaner that won’t destroy your paint. Read all labels for directions for your cleaner, make sure it is properly diluted and practice cleaning first on a small unnoticeable area.

Absolutely. Not only does it matter what type and size brush you use, it even matters if you should USE a brush AT ALL. In many cases, not only is using a roller or a sprayer easier, but it will provide better results than a brush, which can drip or blotch. Frankly it depends on the thickness of the paint, the texture of the surface, and even the weather.

Yes, you can paint over vinyl siding. Not only is it cheaper and easier than replacing vinyl siding, painting over vinyl siding can look great too if you use the right paint. It can change the whole appearance of the house, you can do it more than once, and it provides quite a unique look if done properly.

PAINTING TIPS

Here are a few tips that should help you out if you want to tackle that project by yourself. Remember, we’re here if you get into trouble or if you just don’t want to deal with the hassle, but if you want to have a go at it yourself, read on:

Any surface you are going to paint on has got to be flat. It literally cannot be flat enough. The slightest ripple or texture can cause an annoying seam that will nag at you for years to come. When you think you’ve sanded enough, sand it once more, seriously. Then completely inspect it, make sure all dust is removed, apply a coat, wait and inspect before proceeding.

A dirty work area is never a good thing unless you are a pig farmer. When it comes to painting, a clean, organized work area is mandatory. Spilled drinks or smudges can destroy all of your hard work, loose garbage can blow into a wall, and the last thing that you want is to get moisture or dirt between the wall and the paint you just spent all of that time sanding.

While we have a formula for painting a room, we do this professionally and we keep large stocks, paint color mixtures on record, and distributors that can make almost any paint. As you are doing this yourself and don’t likely do it too often, buy enough to allow for mistakes, AND to allow for touch ups down the road. A new coat of paint can peel or chip, and you might not find that mixture you chose at a later date if the hardware store doesn’t carry or make it anymore.

And it can save you from making annoying, time consuming, and even costly mistakes. Tape all corners and seams, sills, anything where you want a crisp even line, that way when your brush goes out of bounds, you don’t get a smudge, when you remove the tape, your line will be perfect. Be careful when removing that tape too. And use a tarp over the entire room. You’d be amazed how paint can travel away from where you are working.