Top 5 Interior Painting Questions People Have

Top 5 Interior Painting Questions People Have

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Top 5 Interior Painting Questions People Have

Top 5 Interior Painting Questions

How long will it take?

We tell you how many days your project will take before we start. Each project is unique and can change if things dry slower such as paint and patches. Sometimes we are able to staff your project with an additional painter to speed up the process. Our team works hard to deliver what we promise and keep you updated at the end of each day on our progress.

What do we have to do to prepare for your arrival?

Irreplaceable and fragile items that can’t be replaced to be removed from the work area by you. Furniture and decorations on the walls can be moved by our team. It is nice to have a place to stage some of these items. We cover and protect all furnishings and surfaces from paint and debris. We will sweep and/or vacuum before we put furniture back in its place.

No need to remove switch plates, wash walls or fill nail holes as we will take care of that.

If there are pets and/or young children in the household we will want to talk about making sure that we have a place for them to go to while we are working and keeping a safe environment for them.

Which Rooms First?

Before we start working we will make a game plan with you to determine which rooms that we should do first. Our goal is to turn over these rooms in an efficient manner that doesn’t disrupt your household. You will be updated as the job progresses and if we need to make any game plan changes we will accommodate accordingly.

How Long Before I Put My Pictures Back on the Wall?

After the painting has been completed everyone is excited to get their home back together. It is advisable to wait a minimum of a couple of hours after the paint has dried before placing items back on the wall. The paint surface may be dry but underneath it can still be drying. As the paint dries it cures and becomes more durable and less prone to blemishes from leaning a ladder or picture against it. The longer you wait the better especially in cooler and humid conditions. We encourage our clients to let the paint dry overnight to 24 hours before placing items against the walls.

Will You Have to Break Away for Another Job?

When we start your project we are there until it is completed. We do not run off to start another job and come back at a later date to finish your project.

Your experience with my team is just as important as the quality of our work. We will ensure that during the process, as guests in your home, you will have a clean and safe environment that leads to a positive experience. Call today for a free quote 697-5135

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