Our quality interior and exterior painting service begins with selecting the right paint. We suggest using top-shelf paints, stains, primers, and sealant. Low-grade materials may save money up front, but those savings can be quickly lost if additional coats of paint are required or if the paint doesn’t wear well.
The last thing we want to do is make a huge mess at your home or damage your property. That’s why we begin by creating a designated work area. We’ll mask off flooring, furniture, etc. This is important because accidents happen. Paint spills. However, the potential damage can easily exceed the cost of a painting project. And when accidents do happen, many painters walk off the job, never to be found, leaving you holding the paint brush.
Masking not only helps us contain the mess while we are working, but it also makes for easy cleanup when we’re done. We don’t tolerate a mess – paint left on light switches, electrical outlets, and door knobs – so we take time to protect the entire area and we’ll correct any mistakes. Many painters skip this important step to try and save the time and expense. In reality, masking is not that costly, and the time invested is worth the return – no mess left behind. It’s our goal to ensure we leave the job-site as clean as – or cleaner – than we found it.