Before & After: Rockview Avenue in North Plainfield

New Jersey is a state filled with history, and many of the older homes in our area are treasures from the past.  We love older homes, but sometimes they can be a lot of work to maintain. This North Plainfield homeowner chose to get rid of his home’s severe peeling and flaking for the long-haul. […]

A Better Solution for Your Investment

A local property management company recently hired Rutgers Permanent Painting to repaint the columns at their Maplewood property with long lasting high-build paint.  It makes financial sense – the management company will spend less time,  manpower, and money maintaining the painted surfaces over the coming years.  Also, the building is located at a busy intersection […]

The Ruffos (and Rutgers Permanent Painting!) in Good Housekeeping Magazine.

Some of our favorite clients, Andrew & Nicole Ruffo are featured in the September 2013 issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine. Rutgers Permanent Painting was asked to do the interior painting for the rooms featured in the article.  We had a great time working with Andy and Nicole again! Check out what Nicole and Andy both had to say back […]

As seen on The Nate Berkus Show – Power of Color

We’re a little late in promoting this (we’re getting better!) but some of you may be interested in knowing that Rutgers Painting was on The Nate Berkus Show in 2011.  Along with http://www.njkitchensandbaths.com/ we worked on a home in Newark that ended up looking beautiful.  Check it out!

Welcome Home: Shades of Red for Front Doors

Red is a great color for front doors. Some say it symbolizes “welcome” and others say it attracts good luck and positive energy into the home.  There’s even a story that Albert Einstein painted his front door red so he could always find his own house!  Here are some shades our clients have used in the […]

Exterior painting to this beautiful tudor in Short Hills, NJ completed in 2013 by Rutgers Permanent Painting. 25 year warranty!

On the Job: Midhurst Road in Short Hills

Take a look at this home in Short Hills, NJ.  Why is some of the siding in the photo below sanded bare while other boards still have the old paint?  It’s because Permanent Paint can be applied over existing paint as long as it is not peeling.  The paint on the dark brown (unsanded) areas […]