Benjamin Moore has a rich 133 year heritage in the paint manufacturing business. Since it’s inception, Benjamin Moore has a legacy of manufacturing innovative and premium products. The superior quality raw materials and pigments used by Benjamin Moore produced a superior performing paint product. This philosophy still holds true today.
Benjamin Moore is only sold through the independent dealer network. There are over 4,000 independent Benjamin Moore dealers across the United States.
The backbone of the Benjamin Moore paint line is comprised of the ben , Regal Select , and Aura products. Each has an interior and exterior line of paints, with a range of sheen options across the lines. Natura, Advance, Arborcoat and Eco Spec fill out the paint product offerings.
All products listed utilize the revolutionary Gennex tinting system from Benjamin Moore, which utilizes a complete line of 0 VOC tinting colorants to make your color. All interior paints in the ben, Eco Spec, Natura , Regal Select and Aura lines are 0 VOC, giving Benjamin Moore the largest selection of 0 VOC interior paints in the industry. The Gennex colorants ensure that your paint is 0 VOC after tinting as well.
Technical data sheets are produced by the product manufacturer. They provide detailed information on the application and performance characteristics of individual products. Material Safety Data Sheets provide detailed information regarding the safe handling, cleanup and first aid procedures necessary in the case of an emergency for individual paint products.
Benjamin Moore Paints:
Pratt & Lambert Paints:
- Interior Paints
- Exterior Paints
- Interior Primers
- Exterior Primers
- California Paint Drop-Off Sites
- Lead Paint Abatement
- Waste Paint Disposal
Paint must be disposed of properly. The State of California has adopted a new paint recycling program, called Paintcare, which makes it easier for consumers and contractors alike to dispose of old unused paint . Use the link below for more information on products which may be disposed of, and drop-off sites.