What kind of paint do you use and why?
Depending on the job, we use either oil-based or water-based paints. If it’s for surfaces that experience a lot of wear and tear, we will use an oil-based paint due to its durability. If it’s for your interior walls and ceiling, a water-based paint will do the trick, and it will dry faster as well.
Do you still use oil-based paints? What is the primary difference between oil- and latex-based paints?
Yes, we still use oil-based paints, especially on property exteriors, cabinets, doors, trims, and furniture. The primary differences between oil- and latex-based paints are drying time and durability. With oil-based paints, you can enjoy increased damage resistance and a smoother finish. With latex-based paints, you can expect shorter turnaround times.
How long does a new paint job typically last?
I have an older home that might have lead paint. How will it impact my painting project?
How can I get a painting estimate?
If a paint says it’s a paint and primer all-in-one, does that mean primer is mixed in with the paint?
Would you need to prime an area before painting it with another coat of latex paint?
What are the different kinds of paint finishes, and how do I select them for each room?
How do I prepare for your visit?
Will there be a big disruption to my home while you are painting there?
How long does a paint job normally take?
Are you licensed and insured?
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