Blue Parrot Painting's owner Tim Zaerr began his painting career on the western slope of Colorado. The quality of his work was quickly recognized and his painting skills were soon in demand at the Vail and Beaver Creek resorts painting custom homes, restaurants and hotels. Tim relocated back to Boulder where he now paints all types of homes, and includes offices, restaurants and commercial buildings in his portfolio.
Tim’s work has been featured several times in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles and Mountain Living magazines, and several other publications as well as various television shows on HGTV & The Fine Living Channel.
As master sprayer, Tim is well known for his efficiency, painting techniques, color matching and extensive knowledge of painting practices and procedures, as well as the quality of his work, reasonable pricing and professional friendly service.
"We only paint one way - the right way!”
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We happily service Boulder, Longmont, Erie, Lafayette, Broomfield, Niwot, Louisville, Frederick, Firestone, Berthoud & surrounding communities in Colorado.
They were AMAZING to work with. Will use their services in the future, thanks!
A client called us recently in a panic, ‘Please ask your painters to stop. I don’t know if I can live with this color.’ The color was a soft blue/gray, not bright or dark. ...
At Blue Parrot Painting the safety of our employees, clients and communities is our number one priority. We monitor the continually changing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We recognize this time is filled with uncertainty for many, ...
Preparation or 'prep' is one of the most critical steps. If it isn't done the right way you will find that repainting will have to be done more often and sometimes the whole paint job ...