Interior painting projects are simpler in the sense that you could just pick up a brush and get to work, considering that you are working within the confines of your own residence. You most likely won’t have to answer to anyone but yourself (except for maybe your significant other). A large part of the preparation that we put into each project actually goes into making sure that are allowed to follow through with what we envision. In commercial projects it can be a bit tougher if we have to obstruct public property to get the job done. These are all factors that we take into consideration before starting out.
We Are Not Necessarily Going To Be Adding More Layers Of Paint
This is one of the more common misconceptions that people have about our services. Painting outdoors does not mean that we need to add more layers of paint on the surface. For the most part, we are not heavy proponents of doing this. If previous contractors had to add multiple layers there is a good chance that they were using cheap paint, which is going to show in the final product. The first thing that we need to do is choose the right type of paint to get the job done.
We Can Paint On All Types of Surfaces
Stucco, brick, aluminum or metal siding, you name it. Outdoors we are usually going to have different types of base materials that we paint with. We keep going back to this, but we can’t just buy buckets of the same paint and expect it to work everywhere. That’s a very common mistake that we see people make. We are going to be able to paint all sorts of surfaces for you. Provided we are given the chance to prep the project accordingly.
Is Exterior Paint More Expensive Than Interior Paint?
Not necessarily, that’s a trap that many people fall in when they are trying to paint on their own. A more expensive type of paint doesn’t necessarily translate to adequate for exteriors. There is actually certain types of paint that are so refined that they are only adequate for interiors. Don’t be fooled by the price. What you are going to need is usually a paint that is certainly thicker. Again, that doesn’t necessarily mean more expensive.