We’re looking for houses to paint. In fact, paint is an understatement. We’re looking for homes to turn into billboards. In exchange, we’ll pay your mortgage every month for as long as your house remains painted

Here are a few things we’re looking for. You must own your home. It cannot be rented or leased. We’ll paint the entire outside of the house, minus the roof, the windows and any awnings. Painting will take approximately 3 – 5 days. Your house must remain painted for at least three months and may be extended up to a year. If, for any reason, you decide to cancel after three months or if we cancel the agreement with you, we’ll repaint your house back to the original colors.

If you’re prepared for the bright colors and stares from neighbors just complete the submission form below. We review every submission. If your home meets our criteria, an Adzookie team member will contact you.
If you’re a website owner we can also help your business. Click here to register and every month we’ll give you $1000 in credit so you can spend it advertising your business on smartphones. We’ll also find advertisers that want to place mobile ads on your website. These ads will only appear when your website is viewed on a smartphone. Of course, every time an advertiser pays to place ads on your site, we pay you.

I’m sure your neighbors and your HOA will approve, or they might just turn your house into cinders. Either way, problem solved!




  1. Skippy says:

    I’d totally go for this, if I weren’t in a strata and my mortgage weren’t paid for. Screw the neighbors.

  2. Leonard says:

    I would do this in a heartbeat except for one little problem,my stupid homeowners association.

  3. BigBoyBC says:

    two words “homeowners association”, nice try

  4. deowll says:

    Don’t have a home owners association to deal with or a mortgage. On the other hand I don’t know what the local zoning laws might have to say about this either. If it isn’t covered I suspect they would pass a law to cover it.

  5. Yankinwaoz says:

    This is stupid. Anyplace dense enough to get the traffic to view the ad will have either a HOA or zoning laws in place making it illegal in the first place. If you don’t then you are out in the sticks and no one is going to see it.

  6. bobbo, the Rebuplicans want to Kill America says:

    I don’t know anything, so am confident in saying this opportunity is for those homes that can for whatever reason be painted this way and seen by enough people. This opportunity is aimed at the few exceptions that exist out there.

    And I don’t even know what I’m talking about – except in general. Ha, ha. Politics next.

  7. nobody says:

    I’m a little confused – is a HOA some sort of soviet collective?
    Don’t you have the freedom to paint your own house in the USA?

    Here every man’s home is his castle – although firing cannons from the battlements is a little more restricted

  8. chuck says:

    I would guess that “House for sale” is the most popular ad.

  9. bobbo, the Rebuplicans want to Kill America says:

    nobody–a HMA is a “self imposed collective” of supposedly “like minded people” who think uniformity increases property values===which it most often does. Nothing like an old chevy up on blocks to increase property values although that is becoming a thing of the past.

    Only chick in the one plan fits all regime is that people remain self centered hypocrites and want everything their own way all the time and fight against any intrusion on their own vagaries==as long as they don’t have to suffer the consequences of their own hypocrisy. A fine/levy on their property usually brings order in double quick time.

    Rule of the HOA can cover just about anything. Still very gray about the full range of human rights that can be given away by contract.

    Amusing in extreme cases. Violating color schemes not even close.

  10. bobbo, the Rebuplicans want to Kill America says:

    A legal fund to sue? Thats as progressive as you can get. Poor Alfie, so f*cktarded, he meets himself on the way out. Must be rampled.

    Haw, haw!!!!!

  11. Dallas says:

    This is the deteriorated state the right ring loons are driving the country towards. A country governed by profit motivated corporations. The Supreme Court installed by Bush and cronies is the centerpiece of corporate take over of society. This is the future the Pukes and born again Pukes (aka, Teabaggers) are leaving for future generations. It’s happening before your eyes.

  12. Thomas says:

    Of course, the government will treat the payment of your mortgage as income and tax you on it.

  13. Glenn E. says:

    I just spent last fall painting the stucco white. And the front of the house is partly brick facade. So it’s not likely to work for me. This is more for the home on the main drag thru town. And not in most burbs’ sprawldom.

    But a better solution might be to have your car painted, like they are in NASCAR. And people are far more likely to see and read all the ad logos, at stop lights, and on city streets. Then they are when such an adored vehicle is racing about at 200+ miles an hour. Does any of that crap on race cars REALLY make you want to run to the store to buy Reese’s Pieces or M&Ms candy? Or a six pack of BUD?

    How much more likely seeing a car in front or beside you, on the way home from work, so adverted, is it to cause you to go shopping? But I’ll just bet that this advertising is a NASCAR exclusive. And considered too distracting for normal street driving. Yeah, like the NASCAR drivers aren’t being distracted by all that colorful crap!!

  14. Glenn E. says:

    BTW, who pays to have these ads painted over afterward? And how well do ya think that works, with one coat?

  15. Grey Bird says:

    To Glenn E.: The blurb said that after the 3 month requirement, the ad company would pay to repaint to the original colors if either party terminates the agreement.

  16. dadeo says:

    Chimney on the right would make a good cigarette ad.

  17. msbpodcast says:

    In #5 Yankinwaoz just reminded me of a burger joint in a strip mall out in deepest suburbia.

    Nobody was ever likely to go there but the locals, but it didn’t stop them from having their name in lights over the front door.

    In #15 Glenn E. said: I just spent last fall painting the stucco white.

    You could sell “live” display advertising by hooking up a PC to a digital projector and selling time and space on that.

  18. MacBros says:

    There was a house in Fredericton NB that did this and it caused a big fuss from the city and they had them remove it, then the homeowner painted pictures on their roof that were related to businesses, but didn’t look like ads by companies. Just so they didn’t break any billboard laws. It was crazy and everybody looked forward to trying to crack the code every time a new image was painted.

  19. deowll says:

    #7 Some rural locations have four lanes. Leoma isn’t incorporated but it is divided by a four lane: Highway 43.

  20. Michelle Miranda says:

    I’m game. A nice, vibrant eye-catching advertisement on my bilevel is what my neighborhood is in need of. So when will the painters be here?

  21. chris hufford says:

    we will do this lets see what happens this sound like fun bring it on i need to paint my house anyway so why not


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