Painting on interiors can seem like a straight forward task. At times though, the more that you really dive into it the more you realize that there are plenty of details that you failed to take into account. The first thing that we need to decide is what type of paint we are going to use for each particular area, for instance paint used primarily in bathrooms should be more resistance to humidity and condensation while paint in bedrooms is not going to be the same at all. The same could be said for interior paint vs exterior painting materials, exterior material needs more resistance to the sun and weather. There are different challenges that we are going to be facing in each particular area, and its our job to take all of these factors into account before the paint ever touches the brush.
When Is It Time To Repaint My Walls?
We know that many people are looking for a number here. For example, you should be looking to repaint your walls every two years. In reality though, it can be really hard to determine a proper timeline that we could apply to every house in Baltimore. Partially, because we don’t know what type of paint you used the last time around, and partially because every family is different and the wear and tear might not be so severe for some compared to others. Maybe you bought a home that was recently repainted, but you don’t like the way that it looks. That’s reason enough to repaint even if the paint job was finished yesterday. Our advice is to follow your gut here, if the surface looks dull and you don’t like it go ahead and repaint.
Covering Your Home Or Business To Only Get Paint Where Necessary
This is certainly one of the most important parts of the job. We don’t want clients saying, “the job you did on the walls is great, but I didn’t want paint on my carpet!”. It’s understandable that you are going to be upset if and when this happens. That’s why we always take extra steps to make sure that we are covering up the area accordingly. To ensure that we are not getting paint where you don’t want paint.
Adding Texture To Surfaces
Naturally we are not always going to be asked to paint smooth walls. Some people like to have texture on their walls. There are different ways that you could potentially obtain the desired effect. We’ve talked about this in another part of the site. We are typically going to want to add texture with a roller. This is going to give us way more control over the procedure. If you have a particular way that you want it done though, we can explore other options.
One of the main concerns when painting ceilings is the necessity to cover the floor and trim in order to paint with confidence. It is our guarantee to take the necessary precautions including covering up everything in the room, that way we can comfortably paint ceilings and add texture to these areas without having that fear that something bad is going to happen.