Sound Painting Solutions featured on Mallory Paint

In News, Recent Work by Lindsey Mueller2 Comments

Mallory Paint Store is Sound Painting Solutions’ choice for quality paints in the Puget Sound, selling the full line of Benjamin Moore Paints. We frequently work with their Color Experts to help us evaluate paint colors for our clients and match colors as well. We are honored to be a featured contractor on their website! Thanks, Mallory Paint!

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A portrait of Jeff DuPont - Owner of Sound Painting Solutions

Jeff DuPont

Sound Painting Solutions has been serving customers in the greater Seattle area and a Mallory Paint Store customer for the past two years. Jeff DuPont, owner of Sound Painting Solutions, has more than twelve years’ experience painting professionally.

The one thing that Sound Painting Solutions focuses on more than anything else is their customer service. Jeff’s focus is on every single detail of the relationship: the level of customer service, professionalism, that they never cut corners, and keep detailed well written contracts. They put 100% into everything they do.

Home Exterior Paint Project

Exterior Painting Project

Sound Painting Solutions has a history of interesting jobs, though, the one that stood out the most was fully stripping and repainting of a Normandy Park home exterior. The jobs they look forward to the most are residential interiors and exteriors repainting.

Jeff turns to Mallory Paint Store as their supplier for many reasons. First and foremost, they carry the Benjamin Moore paint line and quality of the paint. He has also used Mallory Paint’s worksite delivery service several times. He knows and trusts Mallory Paint to be good to his clients. He can trust that any client he sends to the store will receive expert advice and great service.


  1. What paint do you recommend for painting INSIDE a walk in shower? It’s currently painted, but we have no idea with what) and its holding up, but the color is totally wrong for our style.
    We cant afford to tile right now so want to paint with something that will hold up to daily showers.

    1. Hi Liz,
      Thanks for commenting on our blog! It’s hard to say without seeing it. We typically use a semi-gloss paint in the bathrooms we paint, but this is assuming the walls don’t have direct contact with water. In the situation you’re describing, I’m wondering if they may have used a paint like Rust-O-Leum Tub & Tile. You can see it here: It can be applied to ceramic, porcelain, or fiberglass. If that doesn’t apply to your situation, this product may be a better fit: Hope that helps!

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