The Lone Star Group of Companies

Lone Star Home Improvements

When it comes to painting your home you have two options...

Go Conservative or Go BOLD!

Whatever your style we have options and combinations for you!,



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Up to 50% off per Window

​Always keep in mind, one of the most economical ways of updating your home is paint.  Regardless if its the interior or exterior, a new coat of paint can make all the difference.  Even if you are playing it safe and keeping the color the same.  For those who are ready to crank it up a notch changing colors or adding an accent wall can make big improvements in the appearance of a homes interior.  But for those who are ready to take it to the next level, unique texture finishes such as Venetian Plaster can turn your home into a palace in just several days.  Some advantages of painting include:

  • Cost Effective  There are not many home improvements that will impact your home for the small amount of money you spend as painting.

  • Clean  If there are stains and splatters on your walls, most of the time the only way to get them 100% clean is by painting them.  A fresh coat of paint can also remove odors that have become absorbed in over time.  But don't stop there!  Now with new paint additives on the market, you can choose to add a scent to your paint before it is applied to your walls.  This guarantees to always have your rooms smelling fresh and clean.

  • Protection  Water causes more damage to your than any other element, and the best way to protect it is by keeping a good solid coat of paint on the exterior or your home.  This also means making sure when you paint you also make sure to use a good name brand 25 year caulk to fill in all the expansion cracks and any place where water can penetrate your home's exterior.

  • Energy Efficiency  Believe it or not, the more coats of paint your home has on it, the more energy efficient it becomes.  Just like putting on two jackets in the winter, two coats of paint if more insulating than just one. ​

Testing shows that vinyl window and doors are comparable to wood products in thermal efficiency.