Beacon Paint

PAINT

We have proudly carried Benjamin Moore Paints since the turn of the 20th century. The Benjamin Moore brand name is well known and the quality of their products is renowned. Benjamin Moore stands behind its products like no other paint company. You can get virtually any color in any sheen level – flat, matte, eggshell, pearl, semi-gloss, high-gloss. Interior or exterior, walls, ceilings, moldings or floors – we’ve got you covered.

You can get pint samples of any Benjamin Moore color. We also offer free oversized color chips of all of Benjamin Moore’s 3,000+ colors. Fan decks of Benjamin Moore’s Classic Collection, Color Preview Collection and Affinity Collection are available for sale or rent.

We can match virtually any brand or color of paint. We also use a color computer that can match chips of paint that come off a wall, or objects like sheets, pillowcases or towels. House & Garden Magazine even asked us to match an orange Hermes box, and we passed the test with flying colors (no pun intended). Benjamin Moore’s environmentally-friendly coatings meet and exceed the strictest industry standards, while also delivering the performance you expect from Benjamin Moore. Why go green? Because GREEN IS GOOD!

Conventional paints contain volatile organic compounds, also known as VOCs. Those are the toxic fumes these paint gives off when drying and changing from liquid to solid.  VOCs play a significant role with respect to the creation of the greenhouse effect.

VOCs also can be harmful to humans, causing respiratory problems, eye, nose and throat irritation, cause liver and lung damage and have even been proven to be carcinogenic. These VOCs are most prevalent in solvent/oil-based paints, but they also exist in smaller quantities in non-environmentally-friendly water-based paints.

We value Benjamin Moore’s ongoing commitment to the safety and well-being of our customers and the world we all share. This is why we are especially proud to offer Benjamin Moore’s Zero and Low VOC Green Promise products.

Benjamin Moore is able to achieve the zero VOC paints using its Gennex colorant system. Typical colorants weaken paint, making it thinner and more difficult to apply. They also reduce the film’s washability, allowing the color to easily rub off and fade. But zero VOC Gennex colorants actually fortify the paint, so it maintains its original viscosity in all colors, delivers a more durable finish and retains true scrubbability.