Dallas-based Texas Paint & Supplies has expanded into Fort Worth with its sixth location at 5233 McCart Ave. The Fort Worth location is a 5,000 square warehouse outlet built for the high volume and quick turnaround allowing target customers like paint contractors more time for painting, according to Joe Helm, owner of Texas Paint & Supplies. “We know that time is money for our customers,” said Helm. “Our goal is to continue to make the paint buying experience more convenient and efficient so our customers can spend more time painting. This new location and express delivery policy were created with that in mind, while still providing our area with the finest quality products, knowledge and services.”

Texas Paint worked with Taylor Black of Weitzman to secure the Fort Worth space.

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It offers both walk-in and free express delivery services to customers in the Fort Worth area and

has a deep product selection. This concept of a typical paint store and warehouse hybrid with

innovative off and on-site resources makes Texas Paint & Supplies an even more trusted source

for residential repaint and professional paint contractors, facility maintenance professionals,

homeowners, and interior designers.

Each Texas Paint & Supplies store sells high-quality supplies, including expansive offerings from

Benjamin Moore premium paints at competitive prices. This warehouse location is open Monday-

Friday from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Free delivery service

is available within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area for orders placed between 7:00 a.m. and

2:30 p.m., with no minimum order requirements. Highly trained personnel who specialize in all

types of painting projects, from residential repaint to condominiums to commercial painting, are

prepared to provide exceptional support for every painting project need.

For more information or to find a location near you, go to TexasPaint.com or visit our Facebook

(Texas Paint & Wallpaper Co. / Benjamin Moore), Instagram (@Texas_Paint), Twitter

(@Texas_Paint), Pinterest (TexasPaint) and YouTube (Texas Paint).

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