We love that we can make a simple room into an office that they love spending time in for someone that works from home, we love that we can make a kitchen go from a regular kitchen to a space where it turns into the focal point where a family starts their day, and also a place where they meet, and their day starts to wind down. It makes us feel great that we can make customers love their spaces.
Consultation: 1. Phone/Zoom consultation 2. In-Person Meeting
Proposal: 1. Approval 2. Deposit (30%)
Planning: 1. Color Consultation 2. Color Approval 3. Schedule
Products: (Sherwin Williams) 1. Emerald Rain Refresh 2. Emerald Exterior 3. Resilience
Applications: 1. Primer (As necessary) 2. Two coats of final coating
Cleaning & Final Walkthrough
Paint products are made for paint to adhere at surface temperatures 35 degrees or higher and 80-85 degrees at the highest. This means that we could start painting around late April and through October at the latest.
Most paint products are made to adhere to surfaces in temperatures as cold as 35 degrees surface temperature. “Surface temp” is crucial because it can be 30 degrees but if the sun is hitting the surfaces that will be painted, it’s more than likely that the surface will be higher than 35 degrees!
To stay safe, our residential exterior painting services pause by the end of October and resume until late April. We also have a policy to paint surfaces at temperatures of 40 degrees and above only.
Yes, power washing is a necessary step before painting your house. Even if you have power washed your house recently, we will power wash it again because we’re using high power machines that will take off any dirt that may have built up in your surfaces. If power washing is not done properly, then we’ll end up painting over dirt. Not properly power washing your house can lead to paint failure, and we would not be able to warranty your project.
Our go to paints is Emerald Rain Refresh and Emerald, our other favorite is Sherwin Williams’ Resilience. Depending on the availability, we’ll also use Aura and Regal from Benjamin Moore as well.
Yes, we’re able to do carpentry repairs as necessary.
Every project has different need, her is some of the criteria that we use to determine whether we need to spray, brush, back-roll, etc.
Wood Surfaces: Wood absorbs paint, hand brushing & rolling is most standard for most projects to push product into wood. This can also be achieved by back rolling and back brushing (Spraying followed by rolling or brushing).
Brick Surfaces: Brick also needs to absorb paint so back rolling and back brushing is the standard for brick, brushing and rolling alone may be performed on smaller areas.
Hardie-Plank (Fiber cement): Hardie-plank is a non-porous surface that doesn’t require brushing or rolling. Meaning that spraying alone is the best application and back rolling and back brushing is not necessary.
Vinyl & Aluminum: Vinyl & Aluminum surfaces are non-porous surfaces that doesn’t require brushing or rolling. Brushing and rolling isn’t necessary unless determined otherwise.
Metals (Galvanized metals, Gutters & Downspouts, etc.): Metals surfaces are surfaces are non-porous surfaces that doesn’t require brushing or rolling. Brushing and rolling isn’t necessary unless determined otherwise.
Yes! We would be more than happy to help you find the best color for your project. We love to take your inspirations and what you’re envisioning for your project to guide you in choosing the colors for your home!
No! We always provide the paint for your project! You don’t need to worry about calculating how much paint to buy, what store to call, hunt down paint (specially with all the shortages), or deal with knowing what base to use for what color!!
Best places to use: (Interiors) Walls and ceilings, (Exteriors) Sidings.
Satin category (Low Gloss, Low Sheen, High Sheen, Eg-shel, Low Lustre, velvet, satin): A satin sheen finish has a low to medium reflectance when hit by light. This sheen isn’t as good as the flat sheens as far as hiding imperfections, but it’s most definitely better when it comes to the durability and performance.
Common places to use: (Interiors) Walls, (Exteriors) Trim, Doors.
Semi-gloss Category (Semi-gloss, Pearl, Medium Lustre): Semi-gloss sheen create a medium to low-high reflectance on your surfaces when hit by light. This category is best suited to reflect details in millwork, trim and doors. In addition to highlighting details, it also hardens to protect your surfaces better than the flat and satin categories.
Common places to use: (Interiors) Trim, Doors, Millwork (Exteriors) Doors
Gloss Category (Gloss, High Gloss): Gloss categories create a high reflectance when hit by light. The high reflectance creates almost a mirror-like finish on fine finish millwork for elegant finishes with the best durability possible.
Common places to use: (Interiors) Doors (Exteriors) Doors
Yes! We offer a warranty that covers both labor and material for your project. We want you to be satisfied with your project and we will make sure that our work performs long after we’re gone!