INTERIOR PAINTING

1.  CHOOSING THE RIGHT FINISH:

Flat
Flat paints tend to conceal   imperfections in walls, ceilings and other surfaces better than paints with higher sheen levels. As a result, if your walls are banged up or otherwise rough, a flat paint will help hide some of these problems.
 
Satin
Satin is more lustrous than flat finishes. Because of this, they tend to impart more warmth and depth to a room than do flat paints... and they resist stains better. Satin finishes, however, usually require two or more coats to cover.

Semi-Gloss
Semi-gloss paints are a popular choice for walls in homes where there are young children. The reason? They offer good stain resistance and are much easier to clean than either flat paints or  satin finishes. Keep in mind, however, that the glossier the finish, the more the imperfections in your walls will show.

Gloss
High gloss paints have an almost reflective quality, as their shiny finish mimics the look of enamel or plastic. Tough not widely used in home interiors, it is becoming more popular for a dramatic look on cabinets, trim, and furniture in very formal and very contemporary settings. This finish will magnify any surface imperfections, so careful preparation and sanding is essential before painting with high gloss paints

2. ORGANIZE:

We are a full service painting company so after awarding us the job there is very little that you will need to do. First pick a color, we can supply you with a color-deck or sheet, if you already have a color we can match almost any color. Secondly, to prepare for our painters to begin you project, Please remove all small & breakable items from the rooms to be painted. we will move and cover the rest.

3. PREP WORK:

Good results start with proper preparation.  We review and repair where needed, interior conditions  including cleaning surfaces, sanding loose or peeling paint, repairing cracks and even large holes.
  Repair Imperfections

 
Cracked or Peeling Paint  
Cracks  
Dents  
Gaps or Seams  
Small Holes (1/2" or smaller)  
Medium Holes (1/2 - 6")  
Large Holes (6" or Larger)  
Sags, Drips and Runs  
Scratches  
Removing Wallpaper  
Water Damage  
Cleaning

 
General Cleaning  
Mildew Cleaning  

4. PRIME:

Priming is generally recommended to promote adhesion and the durability of the topcoat. Areas to prime:

◦   All uncoated surfaces
◦   Wallpaper
◦   Patched/repaired areas
◦   Paneling
◦   Stained areas
◦   Existing oil-based paint
◦   Dramatic changes in color

5. APPLICATION:

Generally we apply one coat of paint, however this may increase depending  upon color & sheen selection, condition of the existing paint and customer preference. On walls, we cut in around the edges using a brush, then roll the body of the wall with a paint roller. We paint trim with a brush.