Interior house painting
Professional Residential Painting
From the moment we step inside your home, protection of your property is our concern. Tarps are used to cover flooring and furniture. Protection of things not getting painted is addressed, such as baseboards, chair rail, door knobs, hinges, plates for electrical items and any other miscellaneous items. The final product is a professional, precise and clean painted finish. Our attention to detail assures your home is protected from the start.
There are a variety of things to be done depending on the type of job and the amount of work it will take to get the look the customer desires. Since not all jobs are the same or the expectations for what is acceptable, we consult with the customer to determine their expectations for the finished product. Patching, caulking, sanding (could be from the patches to existing bad spots or even the whole wall as the previous job left many mistakes), and spot priming for new patches or water stains are some of the preparation tasks we complete to assure a smooth, professional finished paint job.
We typically brush and roll the paint using different roller cover lengths and thicknesses depending on the job. There are times we do spray, but it must be the right job. We use top of the line products for our interior house painting and if possible produce quality results with just one coat. Painting over new construction paint usually requires two coats as the initial paint job usually does not get the right amount of coats or the proper primer. Also some color changes will not cover in one coat, but that is why we use quality products to ensure the best interior paint job for you with the least amount of work.
During the clean up process, we remove all tape, clean up any dust, put furniture back, and put on all items taken off. There are some rare times when we do not rehang curtains or put plates back on if the room is not yet dry. Of course we notify the customer of these limited situations.