When you request a free estimate, we will come to observe, to listen, and to estimate exactly what your home needs and what it will take to get the project completed. Our contract with you is to get the work done right, on time, and for the price agreed upon – with as little disruption to your life as possible. See why so many people use us as THE painting contractor they can trust.
4. Wear coveralls! Wear shoe protectors. Wear a head sock! Wear goggles! Especially when first starting out, and/or are spraying a ceiling, you will get paint everywhere. My glasses will never be the same. .
For example, a high gloss paint will highlight imperfections on the surface of older walls. Or, the wrong paint (and poor prep) on brick and ornamental trim can make the job take longer.
Sealing siding. If water damage could be a problem in the future for wood siding, plan to apply water repellent before priming with an oil-based prime coat and covering with two coats of high-quality paint.
Absolutely. Like all reputable painting companies, all of our employees are covered under both workers’ compensation and liability insurance policies. That way, in the unlikely event that something goes wrong, our clients will never have to worry about being billed for property damage or worker injuries.
Our areas of specialty include, Brandon, Valrico, Riverview, Lithia, Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Sun City, Wimauma. We proudly feature Sherwin Williams’ paints, but will use other brands of paint as requested.
With lap siding, paint each board’s underside edge before painting its surface, brushing horizontally.
The average cost to paint a condo interior is $1,300 to $3,500 for 1,200 square foot unit with 2-bedrooms. Be sure to check with your homeowners association (HOA) for approval before you paint your condo's interior.
The Frank Nolte Painting website is quite dynamic as it uses the power of animation to attract you to scroll through the homepage. The consistent branding encourages you to request for a free quote as part of the call to action. Scrolling down, you gain access to previous customer reviews and another call to action encouraging you to contact the company for more information.
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If you do choose to paint your house yourself, the following information will guide you through the process, which typically follows this order: Choose the right paint and primer Gather tools and equipment Repair damaged siding and trim Wash the siding Protect, mask and drape Scrape and sand the siding Caulk siding and trim Prime bare wood and stains Paint the siding Paint the trim Clean up properly 1) Choose the Right House Paint and Primer
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Another great tutorial. You guys really put out some great and helpful posts. I was especially happy to see that you kept the popcorn ceiling! I feel like there is so much pressure to get rid of your popcorn ceiling if you have it, but it is so expensive especially if you have asbestos. It is really such a minor thing I don’t think it should get as much flak as it does. Besides, I am convinced if I wait long enough, the popcorn ceilings will make a comeback;)
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