Interior Painting Prep
When painting indoors, our biggest concern is protecting your home and all that lies within it. Most of the prep work we perform on an interior project is more preventative measures. We never take chances indoors when it comes to your belongings. All items in your home will be treated with the outmost respect while we’re performing our work. When we’re done, everything gets put back to its proper place and we sweep and vacuum all your floors where we’ve been working.
With most interior home repaints you can expect Webfoot Painting to do the following prep:
- - Define a space where we can set up our temporary “shop” (typically in the garage), and layout clean “interior only” drop clothes from our shop space to the area where we’ll be working.
- - Confirm scope of work and the color(s) to be used.
- - All furnishings and décor will either be moved completely out of the space where we are working, or moved to the center of the room and covered with painters plastic.
- - Mask and protect all baseboards, window and door trim, and all flooring. Hard wood floors are completely covered with rosin paper before any work begins.
- - Remove all light covers and plates, vents, etc. and replace once paint is dry.
- - Perform necessary wall repair including nail hole filling, hairline crack repair, and spackling/texture of large holes.
- - Scuff sand and clean all trim and doors that are to be painted.
- - Ensure that all surfaces are clean and free from contaminants.
Now that we’re prepped, check out what comes next in our Interior Painting section!
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