How do we prep for interior painting?
For Interior Paint Prep the homeowner will have removed their wall decor items, and covered or moved furniture away from the wall, or removed to another room. Cover floors with drop cloths and patch the holes (unless you want to leave them to return your wall decor to the same spot) and repair any small wall indentations (from door knobs, etc.) scuff or sand the surfaces and wash areas that need cleaning and prime the areas to be painted, (walls, ceilings, etc.), as needed. The homeowner will make certain all pets and children are safely out of the way of the painting process.
How do I pick my paint colors?
Just go to a paint store and make your selection so you can provide us with the color name and number. It's as easy as that. (Some paint stores even have online tools for selecting colors, but be sure to take the step to see the color samples in person at the store, because colors appear differently on various computer monitors.)
Paint color tips
When you are making a selection, keep in mind that dark colors make walls recede and light colors advance, so if you're painting a narrow room and want it to look wider, paind the end walls a darker color than the long walls.
To make a small room look larger, the lighter colors of paint help with that, while darker colors make a room look smaller.
We are happy to use the brand of paint you want us to use, but we will also make recommendations and give you honest reviews on different brands of paint.