We work with both commercial and residential customers to help them select the right primer and paint for their projects and determine the right amount to purchase. Please contact us to discuss your next project.

BEHR Interior and Exterior Products
BEHR offers a mix of over 2,000 colors all with quality ingredients and superior adhesion to create a durable, mildew resistant surface.

  • Interior paints and primers
  • Specialty paints and primers
  • Faux and decorative finishes
  • Concrete and masonry waterproofers and sealers
  • Garage floor coatings
  • Concrete floor coatings
  • Wood floor coatings
  • Cleaners, conditioners and strippers
  • Exterior paints and primers
  • Specialty paints and primers
  • Wood stains and waterproofers
  • Concrete floor coatings
  • Wood floor/deck coatings
  • Concrete/masonry/waterproofers
  • Cleaners, conditioners and strippers

  Behr's interactive website tools allow you to create your own color combinations.
  • ColorSmart by BEHR -- Review colors by name and number, use the Behr Color tool, or look through the inspiration library for great combinations for interior and exterior.
  • Virtual Color Center -- From the comfort of you home, virtually explore the entire Behr Color Center with over 2,000 colors.
  • Paint Your Place -- Upload your own images and try out different color combinations. The easy interface and editor makes trying and changing colors easy.


Kilz Primer 
  There are two things that determine the quality of a paint job -- the quality of the products and the quality of the preparation. Primers are formulated to provide the ideal surface for paint. Primers can help you:

  • Hide. Primers hide previous paint colors – even dark colors – and prevent them from showing through new paint.
  • Stain Blocking. Unlike paint, primers are specifically formulated to block common stains – water stains, ink, crayon, marker graffiti and tannin from new wood and more – and prevent them from bleeding through new paint.
  • Surface Sealing. Porous surfaces like concrete, new wood, drywall – even flat paint – can soak up a lot of paint if not properly sealed. Start your paint job with a coat of primer to seal the surface and your paint job will have a more even color and sheen. And, you’ll use less paint.
  • Adhesion. Ordinary paint won’t stick to slick glossy surfaces. Primers are formulated to grip to hard-to-stick-to surfaces such as glossy paints and finishes, aluminum and vinyl siding and PVC and provide the ideal surface for paint to adhere.
  • Durability. Extensive testing and “real world” exposure have proven that one coat of primer and one coat of paint will look better and last longer than two coats of paint. Priming also prevents common paint problems such as premature cracking, peeling and blistering.
For some great tips on how to use primer to help with a variety of painting challenges from blocking stains and odors to priming paneling and brick, check out the Kilz website.