Our Interior Painting Process
Protect: Before your project begins, any furniture will be protected from dust and paint. Smoke detectors and sprinkler heads are masked or shut down in accordance with building and local fire codes. Signs and barriers are used liberally to direct other trades safely around the work site. Our crew also covers the floors with drop cloths and masks all fixtures, hinges, and doorknobs to shield them from dust and paint drips.
Prepare: Filling nail holes, fixing cracks, and stripping old wall coverings is standard procedure before we start the project. Dirt and dust are cleaned off surfaces to improve paint adhesion, and uneven surfaces are sanded to ensure a smooth finish. We also repair plaster cracks and caulk gaps where trim molding meets walls and ceilings. Negative air machines and air scrubbers are used to properly ventilate the building and minimize fumes when required. If your project has high ceilings or other elevated areas to be painted, scaffolding may be erected or lifts may be utilized.
Apply: Our commercial painting teams apply the right primers and finishes to withstand the demands of your project. We do it all – from basic wall coatings to industrial epoxies and everything in between.