Details Make Interior Painting Beguiling
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In some interiors, colors, taping, repairs, and skills can make all the difference in the look of a finished painting job. Today we’re going to talk about more of the painting details which can cause an interior to look its best–or worst, even when the color, taping, and other facets are flawless. Here are some of the things a professional painting company adds to its long list of stringent quality control standards:
Ceilings are often a different color than the rest of a room. In a room with a dark color, the ceiling is usually a lighter color, and when the walls are a light color, sometimes the ceiling is painted a little darker. As a customer, you aren’t going to be happy with a wavy line between the two colors. Precision is of the utmost importance.
Also, ceilings are the most cohesive part of a room and can be seen from anywhere in the room. Flaws in the ceiling must be minimal.
It seems illogical that a couple of specks of paint should matter. But a professional painter doesn’t leave evidence. A professional paint job is like a runway model: they’re both beautiful, but you don’t know how either one got that way. Things like windows, sidewalks, plants, brick trim, etc., need to remain paint-free.
Flaws in the Paint
This one might not be so obvious, but a professional paint job will not have drips or wrinkles in the finished product. The best way to apply paint is to more thin coats rather than one heavy coat. Using quality paint makes a difference, as well. Time for drying should be scheduled between layers, as well. This wait time makes the difference between a smooth surface and one which has drips and wrinkles. The end product is gorgeous.
The precise delineation between the molding and the walls is a must, especially when the walls are a different color or texture than the molding. Molding should also be smooth and break-free.
Damage repair is sometimes required on an interior wall. A painter will repair the damage before painting. If the area is incorrectly repaired or not appropriately primed, the patch will be noticeable and ugly. A professional painting company will do an expert patch job before the painting.
If you want your home interior painted, and want it to be a smooth, professional process and finished product, give us a call. Beautiful painting makes a world of difference to the interior of a home.
Premier Painting and Coating provides stellar service and excellent work for all residential and commercial exterior painting, interior painting, cabinet painting, texture work, and popcorn ceiling removal in the Tampa Bay area. For a free consultation, call us at (727) 440-9393 today!