Fresco Harmony® is the nations first color line for drywall joint compound. It is the first ever product to fully utilize the versatility of joint compound. In other words, Fresco Harmony® is revolutionizing the the way walls get finished!
An innovative wall and surface finishing system.
Use Fresco Harmony® to create a custom accent wall or revitalize a room. Better yet, transform the energy of an entire living space in a simple and cost effective way.
Add Fresco Harmony® to the array of design options you offer your clients! Impress them with a cost effective solution that produces amazing results.
As a Fresco Harmony® Reseller or Licensed Applicator your business can grow by offering one of the most revolutionary products in the building industry.
What Our Customers Say About Us!
“I used Fresco Harmony to accent reception area walls of an office building I was renovating and several accent walls in a new restaurant. I am excited with the outcome and pleased with Nick’s profession service and attention to detail. A great investment.” Gerald Landgraf, President / Nob Hill Development Corp
“We have been extremely pleased to work with Nick Harmon and fresco harmony! Nick transformed a 6000 square-foot home into a thing of beauty! It has been over five years since Nick first did some of our rooms in fresco harmony and the durability has been amazing! After our first to go around, we couldn’t wait to do the entire home. Nick is punctual reliable and always puts down a great product! He takes great pride in his work and has been an absolute pleasure to work with. I would highly recommend Nick and Fresco harmony to anybody considering application in a new home or upgrading their existing structure.” Gary Joffe
“I think Fresco Harmony is awesome!” Reto
“Fresco Harmony turns hum drum walls into beautiful works of art! It changed the whole “feel” of my house it brings warmth and texture to my home. I could not be more pleased.” Gail G.
“Thanks for our lovely home! The walls look great and it is amazing how it changes so much dependent on the light in the room. It is transformed.” Gail S.