Beth Ziegler Professional Painting
Precision and Professionalism
Beth has been a scenic artist for the past 18 years working for such companies as Blue Man Group and NBC. She has worked as a lighting designer for artists in NYC and locally for The Fox and Beggar Theatre. She has been operating her own painting business in Asheville, NC and has painted custom homes for the past 12 years.
Beth has an eye to detail and specializes in custom work that will enhance every room of your home inside and out. Her work ethic focuses on providing you with the service and product you expect and will love top to bottom, along with a fair price and a clean work site when she is finished.
What customers have said:
“Beth Ziegler is a joy to work with. She is extremely neat and very thorough. She takes her work very seriously. You would do well using Beth” Bill L. – Asheville
“Beth is an extremely diligent and reliable painter. She’s managed several projects for us and we are always sure that there will be no hiccups. She communicates very well with her clients and there are no surprises.”
Michele R. – Austin Texas and Black Mountain NC
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