Interior Painting

When we are painting your home or business, we treat your property and furnishings with the utmost care. Let’s face it, interior painting can be messy so before we begin painting, we prepare for interior painting by protecting everything that isn’t being painted with plastic wrap and drop cloths. We then properly prepare the surfaces to be painted.  And at the end of each day, we complete a thorough clean up.

We Paint

  • Ceilings
  • Walls
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Plantation Shutters
  • Bookshelves
  • Mantels
  • Entertainment Centers
  • Kitchen Cabinets
  • Bathroom Cabinets
  • Built In Cabinets
  • Paneling & Wainscot
  • Baseboard, Crown & other Trim Moldings

Interior Painting Site & Surface Preparation

  1. We will move all furniture to an appropriate area and it will be covered with plastic.  The homeowner is responsible for removing all small items and breakables (e.g. wall hangings, pictures, window treatments, etc).
  2. All floors will be protected with clean Butyl black canvas and/or professional use drop cloths.
  3. All switch plates are removed prior to painting unless the owner requests otherwise, and reinstalled after painting is completed.
  4. All drywall repairs and unsightly imperfections will be made as listed in the contract.
    Loose corner beads will be secured and skimmed and any picture hanging holes or curtain rod holes filled at owner’s request. These patches will sometimes require 2-3 coats of joint compound, then allowed to dry. Compound is then sanded and primed before any finish coating is applied.
  5. All woodwork is sanded and checked for imperfections. Imperfections large enough to fill will be filled with appropriate wood filler, then sanded and primed before any finish coating is applied.
  6. All caulking of any cracks where wood meets wood or painted wood meets drywall will be done using acrylic latex caulking which comes with a manufacturer’s warranty of not less than 55 years of durability.
  7. Only top of the line paints (latex and/or oil) will be applied. Sheens (flat, eggshell, satin, semi-gloss, or gloss) will be discussed with the owner and listed on the work detail.

When work is completed, all work areas will be cleaned and all furniture replaced to its original position.  Paint cans will be labeled correctly for future reference/touch-ups.  We also keep on file all colors used.