Comment: Basement has been finished with new drywall. I need the entire basement walls and ceilings primed and painted. Trim work to be caulked, filled in and painted. It is not furnished and is 850 sq ft. I need the stairwell walls primed and painted, trim caulked. There is wood handrails and wood accent pieces that will need to be cut in around. I also need a main level additional stairwell re-painted. There is wood handrails and wood accent pieces that will need to be cut in around. I also have a small hallway upstairs that I would like an estimate on painting as well. Westminster House Painting
A thorough scrubbing is a must before painting any exterior surface. It removes the dirt and broken-down paint residues that keep fresh coats from adhering and gets rid of mildew that grows on paint in all but the most arid climates. Most contractors clean with pressure washers, but in the hands of someone unfamiliar with the equipment, these can gouge wood, shatter glass, and drive water behind siding and trim. Using a hose, a pump sprayer, and a scrub brush is slower but safer, and just as effective. Westminster House Painting
For many, the kitchen is the “heart of the home.” Over time, rooms and fixtures in a kitchen can become dirty, stained, or dingy. That is why we offer full cabinet remodeling services that can breathe life back into your bathroom and kitchen. So if you need a new coat of paint (literally and figuratively) for your bathroom and kitchen, give us a call at (817) 789-5441.
The last big decision is how to apply the paint. Most pros use paint sprayers because they're fast, but in inexperienced hands a high-powered sprayer can leave drips, thin coats, and a mist that may land on many things other than your siding. If you do hire a painter who uses a sprayer, make sure he is meticulous about removing, covering, or masking off everything in the area that might get hit with overspray: gutters, roofs, windows, shrubbery, walkways, cars—you name it. Westminster House Painting
Before you paint though, prepping the walls or surface you’re painting is absolutely essential. You're going to need things like spackling, sandpaper, specialty glues, or steel wool to do prep work as well as tarps, plastic sheeting, painter’s tape, and more to make clean up easier. And, no matter what type of paint project you’re working on, we offer a wide range of rollers, brushes, and paint application tools to cover any surface. Westminster House Painting