Our Interior Painting Process
Protect: Preparation is crucial, and we have lots to accomplish before we even open a can of paint. Our crew will cover all furniture, lighting fixtures, doorknobs, hinges, and other items to protect them from dust and paint drips. All smoke detectors and sprinkler heads will be masked or temporarily taken out of service (in full accordance with building and local fire codes), and signs/barriers will be put in place to direct other people safely around the work site.
Prepare: All nail holes and cracks will be fixed and old wall coverings will be fully stripped off before painting begins, and we’ll caulk any gaps between walls and molding. Dirt and dust will be completely removed from all surfaces to maximize paint adhesion, and uneven surfaces will be sanded for the smoothest possible finish. In addition, we have negative air machines and air scrubbers on hand to ventilate the site and minimize fumes for everyone’s best health. Where there are high ceilings or other elevated areas to be painted, we’ll use scaffolding or lifts as needed.
Apply: The industrial application experts on our team know just what primers and finishes to apply to withstand the strict demands of your commercial setting. Arch Painting takes care of it all – from standard wall paint to floor finishes to industrial epoxies, and every finish in between.