Zacks Painting crew has found through experience that a systematic approach to interior painting helps us to deliver a quality interior paint job. Below are the general steps we will take on your interior painting project. Your situation may vary depending upon your needs as outlined on your Proposal.
Set-up - Items are placed in the center of the room and covered with clean, new plastic sheeting. All floors are protected with drop cloths.
Prepare - Based on your requests, holes and cracks in ceilings and walls are filled; stains are sealed and surfaces are scuff sanded.
Paint - Repaired areas are primed and premium quality paint is applied to a uniform finish.
Clean - Furniture and accessories are moved back to their desired locations. Floors and carpets are vacuumed and swept. All of our tool / materials are removed.
Inspect - After our own inspection, you are invited to inspect our work and asked to complete the online feedback for Zack and his crew. Touch-up paint is always left on site and dated for future projects.
Can't Decide on Colors?
Zack helps you pick which paint color & sheen that will best fit your interior painting needs. A professional painting color chart on site will ensure the perfect color choice for your interior painting project.
Sheens - Paint "sheens", or degrees of the paint's glossiness.
Traditionally, paints with a higher sheen are more durable & easier to clean than those with a lower sheen. However, a higher sheen can show more imperfections on your interior surfaces than a paint with a lower sheen. The range of paint sheens is as follows: flat paint (no sheen), eggshell paint (light sheen), satin paint (medium sheen), semi gloss paint (glossy sheen), gloss paint (high sheen). This can vary with different paint manufactures