Top FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I leave a review?
Reviews are a great resource and helpful gauge of how our company's quality and customer experience are doing. After your project or consultation feel free to share your experience with Brightest In The Room by leaving us a review right here on Google!
What should I do to prepare my house for painting?
When preparing for interior painting it's important to move small items, pillows and blankets and memorabilia. If possible, pictures and mirrors should also be moved.
Can I leave my home while its being painted?
We work with you, weather at work, on vacation or running errands. Our teams keep you up-to-date with your project. We also send daily arrival and departure notifications!
How do I upgrade, downgrade, or cancel a service?
We provide a quote, which you can access at anytime during your project to submit your request to either, add or cancel a specific service item. Additional charges may apply, Please contact our team for more details.
What forms of payment are acceptable?
All services are paid for after the completion of your project by cheque, E-transfer or debit card. You will receive an invoice that requests payment. However, manual invoices are also available. You can contact our Sales team for more information. After any payment, an receipt detailing the transaction, and showing it’s been paid, is sent to the billing email address you've provided.
Does interior painting increase home value?
Yes. A fresh coat of paint will dramatically improve the value of your home from 5% to anywhere above 50% of the home price. Improved air quality, Quality aesthetics, Smooth Walls and much more contribute to an increase in your homes value.
Can I have my home painted in the winter?
Yes, Paints now are made with LOW-VOCs and give off fewer odors. Although we suggest finding a painting company which uses Air Purifiers on their Job Sites.
Does my house need to be empty to paint?
The answer is no, A reputable painting company will take the time to protect your furniture before painting the interior of your home. The most common methods for preparing a home are plastic coverings and drop sheets.