First of all you should expect prompt arrival of the foreman and crews ready to tackle your project. On the first day your foreman should walk the job with you, discuss the best approach and cover any final details. The foreman should communicate with you on a daily basis to keep you informed of their next move. A crew should be present everyday until your project is completed. You should expect the crew to move the furniture to the center of the room and cover it with protective plastic. They should remove all items from the walls, including electrical plates, and store them for safekeeping. Drapes, curtains and blinds should be taken down and protected. Drop cloths must be put down to cover all flooring. Denver Interior Paint PrepYour Denver interior painting contractor should do extensive preparation to your interior walls and ceilings, including any major repairs. They should inspect all trim work to evaluate the existing caulking. Any loose caulking should be removed and re-caulked. All existing cracks should also be caulked. New trim should be caulked wherever there are seams. The contractor should sand all drywall repairs previously applied to the walls. All surfaces should be pole sanded to knock down minor imperfections. Finally, all surfaces must be dusted off to make sure no dust gets into the paint. A good interior painting contractor take care of any last minute details and check that all furniture, flooring, etc. are 100% protected. The ceiling and walls should be cut in by brush and then rolled using rollers. At the end of the job the crew should roll up and remove drop cloths. They should carefully fold and remove plastic so as not to disturb any dust. Then they should check surfaces for dust and sweep or vacuum the entire room. Next they should re-hang drapes, curtains and blinds. All items should be placed back on the walls and put furniture back where it belongs. Electrical plates must be reinstalled. All tools and trash should be removed from the jobsite and you should then have your beautiful new living space.
After your Denver interior painting project project is complete, a good contractor will personally inspect the work to ensure that it meets and/or exceeds nationally recognized Painting Industry Standards. Denver Interior Painting Your home is your sanctuary; your safe haven from all life throws at you. The last thing you need is to return home to a messy paint job. Whether you want to paint your family room a warmer, more relaxing color, or your kitchen a brighter, more inviting color, we’re available year-round to help bring your vision to life. Call, email, or contact us now for a consultation and estimate. We’re happy to discuss your project and offer ideas, even if you ultimately choose another painter. To contact us, click here or call us at 303-522-8730. Thank you!