Every once in awhile we will complete a project on a house that we know will stick with us for a long time. This is the case for the historic house on Central Ave in Indianapolis. The house was built in 1895, is over 5,000 sq. ft and as you can see from the pictures below it was very colorful!

Our customer knew the home needed significant repairs, lead safe painting services, color consulting, as well as fence staining. Luckily, we were able to help her with everything she needed! The color consultation started with our resident color expert, Emilie, arriving at her home with paint samples and her iPAD so she could generate a rendering of what the house would look like with different colors. After discussing the differences between warm tone grey and cool tone grey, and seeing them in a digital rendering, it was easy for the customer to make a decision. The colors that were chosen were all from Sherwin Williams:

Peppercorn (SW7674)

Chelsea Gray (SW2850)

West Highland White (SW7566)

Once the colors were chosen, then came scheduling the carpentry repairs! Our carpenter was able to work around her schedule and complete the repairs in a timely manner so that we could begin painting!

After the carpentry repairs were completed, then our production coordinator contacted our customer and verified the starting date for her painting project to begin. Once in production, the project moved along smoothly and with very little interruption from rain (very unheard of in Indiana lately!). Our project manager made sure to call the customer often with progress and timeline updates so she knew what was happening every step of the way.

After a few weeks in production, the painting was finally complete and our painters, employees and customer were completely floored by the transformation! The home was brought back to life and looked brand new. The colors perfectly accented all of the ornate details in the woodwork and the freshly painted fence and pergola were finally ready for summer barbecues.

A job well done by the ONiT team!