Main Services: Residential and Commercial painting
Do you need house painting in Tulsa? You can depend on high-quality painting by Tulsa Christian Bros Painting, located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. We offer exterior and interior painting services at affordable prices. We paint homes and businesses throughout the Tulsa metropolitan area. With affordable prices and careful workmanship, it's easy to see why Tulsa Christian Bros Painting is a trusted name in the industry.
• Whole Exterior House Painting ($995 exterior house painting)
• Interior Painting ($99 per room)
• We Paint Homes & Businesses
• Wood Rot Repair (for rotting exterior siding)
• Drywall Repair (fix holes in walls, etc.)
• Power Wash Exterior of Homes & Businesses
• Fully Insured
• Widest Array of Paint Colors & Sheens
• Thorough Cleanup
• Excellent Customer Service
Service Area: Sperry, Mounds, Redbird, Morris, Bixby, Jenks, Collinsville, Tulsa, Sapulpa, Inola, Wagoner, Broken Arrow, Beggs, Kiefer, Taft, Sand Springs, Oakhurst, Coweta, Owasso, Leonard, Porter, Claremore, Haskell, Glenpool, Catoosa
What sets us apart from other contractors: Our Customer Service, Our Workmanship Warranty, Our versatile and experienced contractors, Our Immediate availability, and the time it takes for us to complete your painting project will be twice to three times as fast as your average contractor due to our expanding selection of experienced and reliable contractors. We are doing something that no paint company has done before!
We are best known for: Customer Service, Quality Work, Our Warranty, Low Pricing, and Reviews
7 ReviewsReview Me
Work Description: exterior paintComments: his was about the 4th time I'd hired TCBP for reno projects, even having referred them to a client or two for exterior paint. WILL BE THE LAST TIME. They subcontract everything out, have whats supposed to be a project manager that should be visiting the site and in-office personnel. We had just installed brand new vinyl windows, exterior doors and sliding doors (2) before painting our current house that we are flipping.
The painter that was subcontracted had other jobs that became a priority, leaving occasionally to take care of other projects. One day he left a very junior (and according to the sub, a recent hire, that basically does caulking) here on site by himself to start painting the exterior siding. That employee ate through 20 gals of paint&primer; to cover approximately 1,800sf of surface area!
But where it gets terrible is the subcontractor returning, finishing the exterior painting and in the process painting over a portion of all the vinyl window and sliding door frames, including the weep holes that allow water to shed. When I notified the project manager, he reviewed and had the subcontractor attempt to clean the paint from the frames. The sub and his wife used razor blades against the vinyl frames, destroying the weep holes, ripping some put entirely and cutting and scratching the frames. Some of the weep holes were left inside the window frames. There is no way to thoroughly clean the frames in the corners to remove the bronze colored paint...therefore they no longer look 'new'. This was even echoed by TCBPs in-house process manager when he (Mike McCarty) came out to look at the issues.
The sub spilled white paint in the backyard, and rather than avoid it...tracked it through the garage/carport area. Left various places that were pointed out on a walk-thru incomplete. Had stored his paint rig inside the house overnight (with my permission) but had opened the door without allowing the paint to dry and swept white paint across the stained threshold. Upon closer exam, various spots were not scraped after power washing to remove flaked, old paint which was part of the contract and is now also causing issues Im having to go back on myself.
I gave TCBP an opportunity to settle the matter, adding an amount for damage to brand new windows and sliders rather than push for them to replace them to the condition they were in before they were hired and butchered them. Needless to say, they have not responded to what I believe was a fair offer. Half of the replacement cost, a portion of which they could write off in the labor they were charging me for the paint job since I bought materials. Too bad, I now will have to file with their insurance.
Work Description: Exterior trim and siding remodelComments: sub contractors and then doesn’t manage them appropriately. We were estimated 2000$ to perform siding repair and paint our house. We confirmed this 3x prior to starting the project since the original quote was much higher for all sides of our house to be painted and we only wanted 2. The first day our workers left after an hr and never came back. Couldn’t get ahold of the project manager due to a broken phone (understandable). Second day they show up after calling 4 different people and start to paint over rotten siding (I assume they didn’t think we would notice). Still couldn’t get ahold of the project manager. They again left early. Third day they show up late 2:00pm and we were told they weren’t going to come since it was cold (55 degrees outside). This time the leader of the crew takes over and asks specifically what is to be done since no one is communicating with him. Things were not done that were in the contract and extras that shouldn’t have been, were done. Extra siding needed replacing which we were told we’d get a break for. Project ends, project manager is again sick and unable to get ahold of. Contracted items weren’t completed until extra, extra reminding. Then we find out we owe an additional 2,000$! We expected another 1000, contract clearly stated a price which the account manager stated was never the correct price and he was losing money at that price. This is after we confirmed it 3x! Bottom line, this company needs to change its name, these are not honest Christian values and we were baited and switched from the start. Stay away! Oh and the 995$ whole house painting is a joke. Just paint alone for our house was 1500$ that’s for 2/4 sides.