Norberg Paints has been a fixture of the Sioux Falls area for over a century, longer than South Dakota has been a state! We are your trusted, community paint store and we take this responsibility seriously. That’s why Norberg Paints only carries premium paint brands such as PPG and Pratt & Lambert to ensure beautiful, durable quality results. We are also your exclusive carrier of C2 Paint, the highest quality home interior, exterior, trim, ceiling paints and stains on the market.

With two different Sioux Falls locations and over 134 years of industry expertise, the paint specialists at Norberg Paints will create the custom paint color you’re looking for or match an existing color/stain. More than just a paint store, our knowledgeable, friendly staff will help you choose the best paint supplies and products for the job at hand; our in-house design consultant, Jeanne, is always following the latest trends and design principles if you need some extra inspiration or assistance with color selections.

Proudly serving the paint needs of Sioux Falls, Harrisburg, Tea, Hartford, Dell Rapids, Brandon, and other surrounding communities, we are ready to help you select your perfect paint color while delivering the best products at the best prices. Our experienced staff will help you with every step from proper painting application procedures and choosing the appropriate supplies/products, to calculating the amount of paint you will need and how to maintain your coating system. Visit your local Norberg Paints showroom today and see why we are more than just a paint store.

Since 1885

Over 133 years of Sioux Falls Community History

A lot of big things were happening in 1885: Grover Cleveland was inaugurated as the 22nd President, the Statue of Liberty arrived from France, Mark Twain wrote Huckleberry Finn, and a stamp was just 2 cents. There were 38 states in the Union. It’s also the year Norberg Paints began a five-generation business in Sioux Falls. And South Dakota wasn’t even a state, yet!

It all started when S. Albert came to America from Sweden in 1882. He and his brother Peter worked as painters in Sioux Falls, but in the midst of a severe winter, they set their sights on moving to California. While all packed up and walking north on Philips Avenue to the train station, they met a contractor who offered them a large job and the chance to work all winter. They stayed and eventually bought out that same contractor. Norberg Brothers was started.