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Top-rated suburb Carmel, Indiana feels like a town but offers more than most cities, including excellent schools, beautiful parks, and a multitude of job opportunities. Here's why we're proud to be the Carmel painting contractor our neighbors trust most. 

Carmel: A Great Place to Live and Play

Carmel is considered by many to be the most desirable suburb in the Indianapolis metro area. Only 16 miles north of the state capital, residents have multiple routes to take into the city. There they can find the Indianapolis Zoo, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and many other attractions.

There are also many festivals and events in Carmel. The Carmel International Arts Festival is free and features music and artists from around the country. Carmelfest is the Independence Day celebration and features a 100-unit parade, a race, food, entertainment, and, of course, fireworks. Oktoberfest takes place every fall at the Carmel City Center and has traditional polkas and waltzes along with modern rock music. Another celebration of diversity is the annual Greekfest, which takes place every year at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and includes Greek food, a bazaar and children's activities.

With So Much Fun Stuff to Do… Why Spend Your Time Painting?

Because many Carmel residents own their homes, protecting and beautifying them is a priority here. Having your home painted can preserve its value and give you a sense of satisfaction when you arrive home at the end of the day.

But when was the last time you arrived home after work and still had so much energy that you felt like getting busy prepping a room and painting it? If you’re like most of our Carmel house painting customers, that’s the last thing you feel like doing.

Plus, when you consider all the extra costs that come into play with a DIY paint job at home, it adds up quickly. In addition to the paint itself, you’ve got drop cloths, painter’s tape, rollers and brushes, cups and paint trays, wall repair kits, and ladders. Even if you’ve painted other rooms in your house before, unless you’re an expert at cleaning your tools, you’ll need to buy most of that stuff again for a new project.

That’s just the money side of taking a painting job on by yourself. Once you add the time needed to buy your materials, prepare your room, paint, and clean up, the true cost starts to emerge.

You could spend all that time and money on a paint job that may or may not even turn out like you imagine. Or you could spend that time doing what you really enjoy. Doesn’t it make sense to hire a professional painter instead?

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