St. Louis Interior Painting
Prepping to Paint Interior Walls
The preparation part is the most important job before starting on an interior painting project. The final finish depends on the quality of the prep work. At BRS Painting of St. Louis, we explain the varying degrees of preparation to the customer and discuss all the details to make sure all of us are on the same page regarding outcomes and expectations. The job could range from repair of damaged tapelines, stress cracks, nail pops or any other type of damage to your walls and ceilings we will ensure proper prep is done and all your expectations are respected.
Most other St. Louis painting contractors will charge you a “hidden fee” for the prep work, if you do not clearly discuss it beforehand. Make sure, you get it clearly outlined in the contract before signing it. If it is not specifically outlined, chances are after the job is completed, you are not going to be happy with the finish and the contractor will get away with it stating it is not mentioned in the contract.
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Long Lasting Interior Color and Beauty
Everyone wants a paint job that is long lasting and durable with a superb finish. The quality of the paint determines these aspects. So, avoid trying to cut corners by going in for a cheaper alternative as you will end up having to repaint in a short while when the paint starts to fade. BRS Painting of St. Louis uses only premium quality paints from Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore. These companies are in the forefront of using technically advanced products and provide lifetime guarantee. Having tried and tested their products, we are confident of their superior quality and can vouch for their longevity. We can also confidently tell you the estimated number of coats required.
The next important thing is the color and sheen. This is often an overwhelming and confusing decision for home owners. BRS Painting of St. Louis has made it easy for you to do by providing a complimentary color consultation with an expert interior designer before starting the project. You can discuss, clarify any doubts and decide the color and sheen that would be most suitable for your home. This is the easiest and stress free way to go.
The sheen of the paint determines the uniformity of finish, reflectivity and ease of cleaning. A flat or matte finish is good for hiding slight imperfections and provides a relatively uniform finish. The new age flat enamels can withstand a lot of scrubbing and also provide a clean finish unlike the older generation, flat paints which come with an inability to be cleaned. An eggshell or satin finish is a great option for people who have kids and need to keep wiping their walls with wet rags. However, the glossier finish doesn’t allow them to hide imperfections that well. Semi-gloss or gloss paint is recommended for trim, doors and moldings. The higher sheen provides a great contrast to the colors used on the walls and ceilings. Also, these are areas that come in high contact with hands due to which they need to wiped or cleaned more often. The high gloss finish allows them to be cleaned easily.
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