Eagle Eye Painting

Contra Costa and Alameda Counties Residential Painting, Commercial Painting and Drywall Repair

If you have any questions about any of our services then please feel free to send us an email or give us a call. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

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Our Referral Program

We Pay You $100!

Our goal is to serve our customers to the best of our ability. Customers are the reason we are in business and satisfied customers are how we will remain in business, because we believe they will refer us to their friends, family, co-workers. We are committed to excellence and find it a privilege to help our customers meet their painting needs.

We also appreciate the feedback we receive from our customers and if they are happy with our work, we appreciate the referrals they provide us. Marketing costs are high and we'd rather reward our valued customers for referrals. So, we have implemented the Eagle Eye Referral Program. We'll pay our customers $100 for every referral that books a job with our company! The job must be for a complete Interior or Exterior.

If you have a referral, contact our office for a coupon. Fill in your name and phone number. Once the job is completed, we will send you a check for $100 dollars. There is no limit the customers you refer or the amount we pay you. We look forward to providing your family, friends and neighbors the same quality that you receive from us. We sincerely thank you.

For more information about our company, please contact Mike Cramer (painting since 1986) by phone at (925) 260-6194 or by email. eagleeyepainting@att.net

Painting Tips

Keeping Track of Paint Colors - Some paint colors are so close that it can be difficult to match your previously painted San Ramon home or business with the paint at the store when you need to repair scratches or touch up the surface. If you keep track of the color in a notebook or on the paint can, there is still a danger that you will lose your note keeping device in the months that it can take before repainting is necessary.

Using Paint Primer - One of the reasons that many San Ramon amateur paint jobs end up looking dull or listless once they are dry is that the painter fails to use a primer before applying the first coat of paint. Primer is actually one of the most important parts of the process. It keeps stains or imperfections from the deeper layers of the wall from showing through your paint, helps your paint to spread evenly to the wall without significant blisters and increases the time between paint jobs.