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Interior Painting

Nowadays, most families don’t frequently spend time thinking about how our home and office look. Little did we know that it affects us in more ways than we understand. Home or office with the right color and layout choices can lift the vibrant and help us look at the world in a nicer, positive and creative way.

So, whether you’re looking to renovate the interior of your house, business or office – we offer both residential and commercial interior painting for all your interior needs. Our team are cautious and neat and always complete the job with their best abilities and professionalism.

Interior paint jobs require more coordination and preparation than exterior paint jobs. Before we start any kind of interior paint job, we must first take the necessary preparation steps to ensure quality assurance and cleanliness. 

  • We protect all tile, carpeting, and hardwood floors with drop cloths or plastic
  • We move furniture to the center of the room and cover with plastic
  • We remove and reinstall all window shades and blinds
  • We seal (using primer) any ceiling or wall stains
  • We fill any nail holes or small cracks
  • We caulk all cracks along doorjambs, baseboards, and ceiling crowns
  • We scuff, sand, and clean all wood prior to painting it

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Once we’ve applied the paint, we clean up all trash, (including drop cloths, plastic, and tape) and move furniture back to where it belongs. We reinstall all switch plates, outlet covers, and shades/blinds.

Our company is committed with aiming that. We are striving to produce quality paint jobs from the start to finish. Our passion is to create beautiful interiors that freshening up the overall space.

From Start To Finish!

Choosing the right paint, properly prepping a surface by repairing cracks or holes in the drywall, choosing a layout and decorating the rooms in an efficient and an aesthetically pleasing manner until we reach the 100% customer satisfaction quality!

Ready to start your interior painting? Contact us today and request a FREE ESTIMATE!

How do I select an interior paint color?

The answer to this questions could go on for pages, but we will try to keep it simple. The first thing to consider is lighting. A poorly lit room will appear brighter, bigger, and more open when painted a light paint color. Larger rooms can be made to feel a little more cozy when painted a darker paint color. Small rooms will have a more dramatic feel when painted darker colors. Paint colors really have a lot to do with the mood you want to evoke in a room as well as your personal style.

Should I try out paint colors?

Even if you feel determined that you have chosen the right color, it is worth your time and money to buy a sample and test it out in your room. Paint colors can look drastically different in your home than they will in the paint store or online. Rather than painting small patches all over your room, paint poster board with your chosen colors and tape it to your wall. You can move the poster board around the room in order to see how your color acts in different lighting situations.

How do I choose the best paint sheen for my paint job?

Choosing a sheen is actually easier than choosing your paint color. Most interior rooms are going to be painted with a satin or eggshell finish. Eggshell is the safe middle ground between high gloss and matte. It creates a smooth finish that is also easy to clean. Smaller areas like doors, trim, and cabinets, can be painted in a high gloss or semi-gloss sheen. These areas are less likely to get dirty and look best with some gloss. Matte sheen is most often used for something like your ceiling. While painting with a matte sheen is easy, it’s not easy to clean, so it’s better to use on areas with less traffic.

How do I prep a room for interior painting?

Your first step to prep a room for painting is to remove all of the furniture. If the room is large enough, furniture can be placed in the center of the room. Next, take everything off of the walls. If there are holes in the walls from art or pictures that have been hanging, fill in the holes before painting.