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Interior Painting

Painting – at Elysian Home Improvement, when it comes to Interior Painting, Exterior Painting, and Commercial Painting, that’s where we shine. We come into your home in hopes of creating a relationship – not just throwing paint on your walls and leaving. We always appreciate our customers and hope to keep them coming back to us in the future for any other home improvement needs. We offer a wide range of services, including but not limited to interior and exterior painting, wallpaper installation,
wallpaper removal, power washing, commercial interior and exterior painting, molding installation, molding repair, sheetrock installation, sheetrock repair, plastering and skim coating.

Stress Free Experience

Undergoing a renovation project can be a stressful experience, but at Elysian, we are committed to
making projects as easy as possible. We’ve helped thousands of people with interior
painting projects, big and small, and have the expertise needed to make sure your project goes
smoothly. Every project is assigned a dedicated project manager who will provide supervision to our
crews to make sure the project stays on time. Your project manager is available to you throughout the
project and our customer support staff is always there to answer any of your questions.

Picking the right color

Picking the right color can often be the hardest choice when it comes to painting. We offer free color consultations with our experienced design consultants to help guide you through the best color selection.


Painting | Elysian Home Improvement; Bathroom Remodeling; Kitchen Remodeling; Basement Remodeling; Deck, Interior Painting; Exterior Painting

We use Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, Behr, and Valspar paints.


Here’s another great article that many of our customers have requested.


Should You DIY or Hire a Professional?

Perhaps you’ve decided to upgrade your master bathroom. Maybe you’ve decided to build a new deck or put up a fence around your backyard pool. These are excellent choices to improve your home’s value. But whatever the home project you have in your sites, it’s best to decide right away whether you can do it yourself (DIY) or if you need to hire the help of a professional.


 Assess Skills and Knowledge


Having the right attitude when approaching a DIY project is important, but if you don’t have the right skills and knowledge and take the right safety precautions you may run into trouble.


Many homeowners with even basic skills encounter unexpected problems. A small problem can very quickly grow into a huge one if you don’t have the right training in a particular area of expertise.


As you weigh the best option for completing your home project, seek out the advice of others. Ask the staff at your local hardware or home store about the skill level required of the project you seek to tackle. Consult books, tutorials, and even friends who have completed similar projects.


With any project, unexpected hiccups can occur such as the necessity for an expensive power tool or slip ups such as crooked tiles or broken materials. Are you prepared to handle these realities or would the job be better suited for a professional who is trained to handle any situation that might occur? Be realistic with the projects you take on, and start small.


How important are these home improvement changes to you?

Home remodeling projects are typically undertaken because you’re not happy with the way your home spaces and fixtures look in their present state. You might want to remodel because you want more comfort, ease of use or access into and outside your home, be able to entertain guests, create new spaces or rooms, etc. Other reasons could be that you have grown older or need to bring in your parents into a home and need to have one that is safe and easy to use in your changed circumstances. Remodeling can also be a result of your realizing that you cannot afford to buy a new home to suit your changed circumstances and are better off making changes to your present home to suit your changing needs. It can also be needed when your lifestyle has changed due to better financial circumstances, and you want to reflect that change in a more comfortable home that has more comfort features, space, and amenities that your last home didn’t have.


It is best to do your due diligence before you start a renovation project and ask yourself why you’re doing this project and then plan on how you intend to make the required changes. The areas in a home that are most often remodeled are kitchens and bathrooms, while the remodeling can also make changes to lofts, attics, basements, or even landscapes. Kitchens are increasingly becoming family rooms and this has led to remodeling them so that more space is available and attention is paid to the use that is made of the kitchen during where most of the cooking, cleaning and eating activities take place. Bathrooms are increasingly being seen as personal rooms that need to be well lit and ventilated for the relaxing space they are meant to provide.


Both these spaces need to be extremely functional and this aspect must be given the most importance, during any planned remodeling. Both these spaces also require a lot of attention to ventilation and lighting that must add to the comfort of being and working in them.


Get design ideas from several sources

When someone is planning a home improvement project, they typically get ideas from magazines, advertisements, and the internet as well as from home improvement professionals. Function and use must override any need for aesthetics. Do not start a project unless you have budgeted the total amount you can spend, as these projects can cost a lot of money. Believe it or not, once a project starts account for a 20% over-budget contingency because a lot of home owners tend to want to upgrade on some items once they compare what they budgeted for and how nice the upgraded item looks. Don’t fall into that trap. Research all the products and items, and stay on budget.


Both home improvement projects and remodeling projects can add to the value of a home, but it is more important that any changes that you make, big or small should always make your home and the rooms in it, more comfortable to live in and easier to maintain. Call in professionals to quote the work to make sure that the appliances, hardware, accessories, etc. are from brands that you can always rely on and those that are easy to service and maintain.


We service the entire metro Detroit area such as Rochester Hills, Oakland Township, Shelby Township, Troy, Bloomfield Hills, Birmingham, Novi, Plymouth, Grosse Pointe, Romeo, Clarkston, Northville, and many more areas.