Since 1987, Fine Paints of Europe has taken pride in improving the performance of paints in the American home. Using the high standards of the EU and the homeowners who reside there, we brought these same standards to American citizens who aren’t impressed by the typical domestic household paint.
Founded by John Lahey in 1987, Fine Paints of Europe has remained a family business to this day. The company is currently run by the John’s son, who shares the same name as his father. The company earned an early distinction by being the only North American importer of the cherished Netherland paints and varnishes by Wijzonol Bouwverven B.V.
The American paint marketplace is currently oversaturated with unimpressive, cheap paints. This doesn’t make sense for the average homeowner because the majority of painting costs come from labor, not supplies. Applying a longer-lasting coating not only provides a more cost-effective path to a painted home, but the high-quality paint is noticeably superior to less appealing options.
Most American paints are meant for families who move an average of every four years. While it seems convenient in theory, it lowers the standard of suppliers in the United States. Homeowners who are searching for a long-term solution don’t have many options to turn to, but Fine Paints of Europe provides exactly that – and at a higher quality than other paints.
The decision to partner with the Netherlands, who are the world leader in paint coatings, has resulted in our clients receiving the best results for a longer duration. The paint used by Fine Paints of Europe doesn’t settle for inexpensive fillers and low-quality resins, instead opting for finer ingredients and finely ground pigments. This provides a richer color and increased lifespan.
Not only is the paint finer, but it’s also environmentally-friendly. Any painter can attest to the saying, “There is nothing more expensive than cheap paint,” and Rainbow Paint is honored to help our clients achieve a better painting experience as the only providers of Fine Paints of Europe in Alabama!