Interior Painting

Interior painting requires special attention, precision, and an outstanding eye for details. We are professional, friendly, and treat your home with the utmost respect. Our goal is to leave your home more beautiful all while making the process as hassle-free as possible.

Interior Home Painting

We understand your home is a valued possession; you only want people inside that you show the trust and respect. We are ready to earn that. We take pride in working as a team and our ability to effectively plan, paint, and put your rooms back together quickly and efficiently so you can get back to enjoying your home. You will find our skill and attention to detail helps us stand out. We work as efficiently as possible so you are less inconvenienced, and that is our goal.

We are able to work on all types of projects from new construction to remodels, unique structures such as railings, cabinets and more.

We are able to work on all types of interior surfaces. These include paint or stain on wood, metal, stone, concrete and brick. We work with all paint manufacturers to ensure that you get the right color and the best finish to truly showcase your home.

For Interior painting, we safely remove all interior belongings and replace them when we are done. The interior painting process includes:

 

  • Assist in choosing the best paint colors and color combinations
  • Clear room
  • Prepare surfaces and/or sand
  • Tape/mask
  • Trim/prime or caulk
  • Spray or brush
  • Replace belongings

Our Interior Home Painting Services

  • Interior walls & ceilings
  • Interior trim, wainscoting, and doors
  • Kitchen cabinets
  • Bathroom cabinets
  • Paint interior built-ins
  • Interior stain wood work

F.A.Q.

Can I match an existing color, even if I don’t know what it is?

Yes, we work with a number of paint manufacturers that can color match.

Do I need to move my furniture?

No, we will move it.

What type of finish should I choose?
We can definitely help you make these decisions. Factors such as natural lighting will play a role in the decision. Lower sheen paints absorb light and can make a space feel warmer, but typically aren’t quite as durable. In contrast, higher sheens tend to reflect more light and tend to be more durable.