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When preparing an exterior for painting, we follow a process of repairing, and sanding, followed by painting. One of the most important things we take into consideration is the composition of the surface itself – whether it’s stucco or siding – and whether the siding is made of wood, aluminum, plastic or some other product.
When preparing an interior for painting, we start by fixing the drywall or plaster – specifically covering any holes or imperfections. With the right preparation, once painted, your surface will look like new! You won’t even been able to tell there was damage.
Whether a project is residential or commercial, new or old, or simple or complex – we’re committed to focusing on the details that will bring your surface to life.
Some of the most common repairs we do to ceilings are from cigarette smoke, fire damage, cooking wear and tear, and water leakage. We can make your ceiling good as new by patching small imperfections, or, in cases of more severe damage, completely replacing the drywall.