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“I highly recommend MacFarland Painting company! They painted my kitchen island a beautiful navy blue and my brown cabinets a pure white. It was a huge transformation for my kitchen and I couldn’t be happier. John was very professional and took his time to do quality work. Chase came near the end of the job to help and did a great job too. Thanks for the great work!”
“I am happy with the results. From the project manager to the painters. Everyone communicated with me on the process. The price was reasonable. I live in Detroit and other companies did not want to be bothered but MacFarland Painting associates had not problem servicing me. I am pleased. Will use them again in the future.”
“Our painter, Justin, and crown molding installer, John, both did a great job with our kitchen and bathroom oak cabinets! The pricing was competitive and every staff member we interacted with was responsive and accommodating. Would recommend MacFarland for anyone looking to refinish rather than replace their outdated but solid wood cabinetry!”
How long Do Estimates Take? Are They Free?
Our Estimators typically need 30 minutes of time with each Client at the time of the estimate. Larger projects may require more. We book hard appointments (NOT like the cable company). You can expect to have a typed quote sent to you via email in less than 48 hours.
and yes, they are 100% FREE!
What Time Will The Crew Arrive?
Our crews typically depart our Livonia shop before 8:00 am, arrival time varies only by geographical location. How late do they stay? Varies by the job, but a full work day should be anticipated.
How Do I Choose My Colors?
Head to your nearest Sherwin-Williams store or download their app, ColorSnap. If you would like extra assistance in choosing a color, give us a call and set up an in-person color consultation with your estimator! We do ask that your colors are chosen 1 week prior to your start date.
How Do I Prepare For Cabinet Painting?
You are to use Simple Green, 409, or a similar, non-oil based product, to remove surface dirt and grease from all cabinet surfaces being painted. No need to empty cabinets, just push contents to the rear of the cabinets to facilitate painting. However, the contents of drawers and glass front cabinets must be emptied. If we are drilling for new hardware, it must be available on day one of the job.