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Residential Interiors

Our painting process is designed with your convenience in mind. Our dedicated Project Planners and Managers ensure that your specific needs are accommodated throughout the project.

When it comes to furnished or occupied interiors, we rarely use spray painting. Instead, we meticulously brush and roll the paint to prevent any unwanted paint traveling to surfaces where it shouldn't be.

Typically, we start by fully painting the Master Bedroom and Bathroom on the first day, ensuring a thorough cleanup so that your "comfort spaces" experience minimal disruption. Next, we focus on occupied bedrooms or additional spaces. Finally, we address the general living areas and bathrooms. If you have specific preferences for the order of painting, please let our team know, and we will do our best to accommodate your requests.

The Paint Blast crew will typically spend the better part or all of the first day preparing the area. This means masking the home – floors coverings, lights, cabinets, fixtures, sinks and anything that doesn't get painted gets fully masked with tight, clean lines. Switch and outlet plates are removed and re-installed after painting.

Painting usually gets started late in the first day or on the second day, depending on the size of the home and area being painted. Ceilings are typically sprayed (when possible) in a flat finish. The doors, casings, and baseboards / trim are then typically sprayed in a semi-gloss finish. The walls are then cut and rolled by hand with inside corners caulked where necessary to create razor sharp lines. All finishes receive 2 full coverage coats as specified to make sure the color doesn't have any translucency.

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