Interior Painting

There is no other more easy, affordable way to "remodel" the interior of your home or office than by applying a fresh coat of paint to the walls, ceilings, trim, and doors. We make the painting process as easy as possible for the consumer. All of our proposals include a base line of paint along with paint upgrade options if you would like to upgrade and we can offer recommendations on sheen's and supply you with color options to look over ahead of time. We highly recommend that the customer buys sample quarts to apply to the area ahead of time to help make the right choice the first time.

Prep work! Once the date and time have been agreed upon the team will arrive. We ask that all of our customers move all the little things and anything fragile. Leave the big, heavy stuff for us. Before a paint can is even opened, we put down Rosin paper, drop clothes, and painters plastic to protect the areas that are not getting painted. Any nail holes and dings/dents will get fixed with compound and all electrical face plates/covers get removed and re installed at the end to ensure the cleanest and sharpest cut lines.

Now its time to paint! We use only the best brushes and roller pads on the market to ensure the best finishes. When we have larger projects and decide to use the paint sprayer we always backroll to ensure even coverage. We recommend 2 coats of paint on almost all surfaces and our proposals include this unless otherwise specified.

Drying time! Once all the paint is up on the surfaces its time to clean. We do our best to make sure the jobsite is cleaner after we leave then how we arrived. From a full vacuum with HEPA dust control filters to cleaning off any other surfaces that may need it. We will move all furniture, that we moved to paint, back to where we found it, leaving 6 inches from any newly painted surface. Any and all leftover tinted paint is left for the customer for future reference and touch ups.

In time, your newly painted surfaces may require some maintenance. Cleaning is vital to preserving the overall beauty and extending the life of the paint. For best results, wait at least 2 weeks before washing. And always test you're cleaning solution and technique in an inconspicuous area to ensure that it does not damage the paint film. Use a soft cloth or sponge with mild, soapy water to a general purpose household cleaner. Apply gentle pressure when wiping. Penetrating stains and marks may be removed by carefully using an abrasive cleaner and water or solution of household bleach diluted with water. Rinse with clean water.