A good painter, especially for spaces with high ceilings?

Thumbnail image for generic used paintbrushJona asks via Twitter:

Hey @alloveralbany! know of any local painters in the Troy area?
Brownstone = high ceilings, looking for references, available in January, insured (this is all new to us).

We had a similar question last year, but things change. And maybe there are some suggestions for Troy-area painters, or painters with particular expertise in working on spaces with high ceilings.

Got a suggestion for Jona? Please share!

Comments

Paul Buoni
229-4409

Nick Duncan, owner of True Colors Painting, did an excellent job for me this summer. Good guy, good prices and very good work.

http://truecolorspro.com/

Heather Maloney 845-521-1840 she has a twin sister she works with.

Hi Jona. I might be of service. I do interior painting & live in Troy. Feel free to contact me.

Ryan

Naylor Painting
naylorpainting.com

Thank you for the recommendations... now for the paint colors!

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