We deliver a wide array services that allow you to express your creative vision for your home or business. Whether we're restoring your distressed exterior or transforming your interior space, LIME’s core values of Love, Integrity, Mission, and Excellence shine through, helping our highly skilled artisans and craftsmen bring your ideas to life.
In Boise & Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, Your LIME Painting® Owner Is Kevin Schramm
Kevin is the Owner of LIME Painting of Boise, where Kevin coordinates exceptional applicators and makes sure the brand stays true to the highest level of customer satisfaction.
LIME Painting of Boise offers offers interior and exterior painting and preparation services, epoxy floor coatings, EIFS and Dryvit Stucco systems, direct to metal coatings, gutter replacement, lime washing and white wash for brick, drywall repair and finishing, for residential and commercial custom and luxury properties in Boise and the surrounding areas.
We use top quality paint brands for paint and painting supplies to ensure a finished job that you will love and that leaves a lasting impression. If you are planning to remodel, renovate or build a new home, LIME Painting will help you achieve the look you want and give you an experience you will remember.
A paint job is important to maintaining the aesthetics as well as the integrity of a home or office space.
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Whether it’s inside or outside of your house that needs to be painted, you have a very serious decision to make. Will you go DIY or hire a pro?
Property owners often ask such type of questions when before thinking of selling their home. Generally speaking, you will see better results by painting the inside and outside of the home, and will be in position to command a higher price. Having a professional like LIME Painting® of Boise do the work is one of the smartest moves you could make.
Over the years, paint technology has come a long way.
According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, more families are digging into their pockets to fork over for home renovations than ever before. So, what does this mean?