Arch’s Commercial Painting Process – Interior
We want to be the commercial painting contractor that you rely on for meticulous service and the best results in the business. Every Arch Painting crew works under the same strict process to ensure the utmost safety, neatness, and quality. This three-pronged process consists of the following steps:
Protect. Before the first can of paint is opened, the crew will take care to protect everything that’s not being painted. Everything from furniture and light fixtures to sprinkler heads and hardware (hinges, door knobs, switches, etc.) will be properly covered and masked. Drop cloths, tape, and plastic sheeting will be positioned carefully and completely everywhere that protection is needed and will be removed at completion of the job.
Prepare. All wall and wood surfaces will be cleaned, sanded, and patched to create the smoothest surface for best adhesion of the paint. We’ll remove any existing wallpaper, fill cracks and nail holes, sand the surfaces, and thoroughly clean off contaminants that could interfere with the paint’s bond. We’ll even caulk gaps between walls, ceilings, and moldings for a completely neat appearance.
Apply. The experienced professionals on the Arch staff are well-versed in which primers, finishes, and top coats to use in every imaginable business application to make the materials last. They are prepared with everything from simple wall protection to industrial epoxies and other specialty coatings. We even have innovative solutions such as white board paint, which can be used for presentations instead of a cumbersome (and expensive) projector screen.