Jeremy's Perfect Finish
11 Reviews
Whether you need your home painted, drywalled, or are planning to add a specialty finish to make your house a home, we take pride in keeping your space clean & providing a quality finished product you can enjoy for years to come.

Jeremy McCord and his crew are passionate about paint and wall coverings from matching paints & colors to creating Venetian Plaster and American Clay. Jeremy earned his bachelors degree in graphic design. His natural eye for colors, textures, and finishes will guide you in the process of selecting the best fit for your home.

We have completed single interior rooms to crown moldings to the full interior & exterior of a new custom home. Regardless of the size of the project, we're happy to help. We are honest and work with integrity to always put you first, with your satisfaction as our number one concern. Our reviews from previous and repeat clients on Houzz and other platforms speak to these values our company was founded upon.

Please call (662-516-5114) or message us to discuss your project. We would love to hear what you have in mind and see how we can enhance and create the vision you have in mind.

Services Provided
Ceiling Painting, Color Consulting, Deck Staining, Decorative Painting, Door Painting, Drywall Installation, Drywall Repair, Drywall Texturing, Exterior Painting, Faux Painting, Interior Painting, Lead Paint Inspection, Lead Paint Removal, Paint Removal, Plaster Repair, Plastering, Popcorn Ceiling Removal, Texture Painting, Wall Stenciling, Wallpaper Installation, Wallpaper Removal, Pressure Washing, Exterior Cleaning

Areas Served
Brandon, Flowood, Jackson, Madison, Pearl, Richland, Ridgeland

Certifications and Awards
Angie's List Super Service Award winner in 2014 and 2015
Jeremy’s Perfect Finish, LLC is a certified Lead Renovator Firm by the State of Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.
Contact: Jeremy McCord
Location: Jackson, MS 39211
Commented: Countertops They call it Ice granite. It has a false front to make it appear thicker.
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Commented: Please advise! Should I paint some of my interior brick walls? Try looking into doing a lime wash (which will show as a creamy white) possibly just around the fireplace area. It would add a focal point and break up the massive amount brick color in the room.
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