The amount of painting preparation needed depends on three factors;
- If the surface is in relatively good condition and previously painted,
- If it shows signs of severe wear and tear, or
- If unpainted and needing many steps before the finish paint can be applied.
Many of the basic interior painting preparation steps are relevant to all situations, whether a room is in good shape or needing extensive repair.
How We Prep The Room (Or House) For Professional Interior Painting Results
- Furniture is moved out or moved to the center of the room
- Bulky, oversized, difficult to move items are covered with heavy duty cloth
- Carpeted areas are protected with high traffic plastic
- Tiled, hardwood or vinyl floors are covered with rosin paper
- Imperfect drywall, nail holes, nail pops, cracks, etc. are professionally patched or caulked
Brush vs. Spray For Interior House Painting
Together, we’ll decide which interior painting technique will work best to help you achieve the look you want.
When it comes to interior painting, many homeowners are confused about the difference in interior painting techniques with a brush versus painting with a sprayer. Depending on your painting goals, one technique might work better than the other.
For example, if you are on a budget and a time crunch, spray painting an interior room or the home’s exterior surface might make sense. For interior and exterior painting, spray painting is a faster process than brush painting.