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.
We treat every home we enter as if it were our own. We carefully move furniture and cover floors and belongings with drop cloths and plastic sheeting. When prepping walls, our house painters fill voids, hand scrape, and feather sand before priming to ensure flawless results. After each coat of paint is applied, we inspect our work, accepting nothing less than a crisp, smooth finish. We never consider a job complete until you are 100% thrilled with our results.
"My house had not been painted in a long time. It required lots of prep work and some boards needed replacement. Also, the trim had been blue and was difficult to cover. Due to bad weather the crew had to be very flexible but persistent. Very polite and respectful and careful with my back gate not to let out my dogs. The house looks great and the bid was excellent." Arvada House Painting
Prep before you paint. Make sure to stock up on all the paint supplies you'll need to finish your project. Get enough tarps to cover all your furniture and electronics. Acrylic paints are water based, so they clean up easily and dry fast. Duct tape always comes in handy. Create your own look by mixing two sheens to stripe the wall with paint, or use large format stencils to create a pattern. We can do your paint project for you or do it yourself. If you need a paint sprayer, you have the option to but also consider renting one from us. Arvada House Painting
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