Our comprehensive process for interior painting is meticulous and systematic. With over 22 years of experience, we have the knowledge and ability to get your painting project completed in a timely manner.
Our Interior painting procedure includes the following:
A Word About Sheen Level
There are many choices when choosing a sheen level for your interior paint.
The levels of sheen vary from manufactuer to manufacturer, but this is a list of
the more common sheen levels from least shine to most shine.
Flat - No shine
Egg Shell - Low shine when viewing the wall at an angle
Satin - Some direct sheen, great washability
Semi Gloss - Moderate shine, for level 5 drywall, and trim
High Gloss - Looks wet even after it dries
The farther down you go on the list the more imperfections you will see in your walls.
Semi gloss, and high gloss are mainly reserved for trim, doors, door frames, windows, crown molding, and chair railing.
Flat paints are great for hiding minor drywall imperfections, but you give up some ability to clean stains from the paint.