Interior Details

Inspect surfaces to be painted to determine the work that needs to be performed.

Chemically treat surfaces that are glossy, moldy, mildew etc., to provide a clean surface to receive new paint.

Remove all switch plates, the door hardware, furniture if occupied residence, fixtures, etc., and replace at job completion.

Feather sand bare wood surfaces to make finish smoother and paint voids less visible.

Scuff sand or chemically etch glossy areas, or areas of possible poor paint adherence to provide proper paint bonding.

Fill holes, cracks, or specified damaged areas on trim, wall and ceiling areas with appropriate repair compound.

Caulk wood splits, cracks, non expansion joints, window and door openings, wall to trim joints, counter top to wall seems, tub or shower to wall and ceilings.

Mask off and cover all surfaces and property to protect from paint and primer.

New trim and new wall or ceiling areas will be primed with appropriate primer prior to finish paint applied.

Clean up and remove any debris and replaced anything previously removed.

Inspect finished job with customer and correct any items of concern to assure quality control.