People tend to do interior painting & decorating themselves. Sure, everyone can paint but not everyone can be a painter and do the job professionally. Let T&J Painting Solutions take care of all your hard work efficiently, assuring high quality work and within your budget.
Painting the ceiling
Painting the ceiling is not as difficult as it may seem but requires some skills and knowledge. Traditionally, people choose white matt finish. Before painting we make sure we fill all the imperfections such as cracks, holes etc. The next step is to apply 2-3 coats of paint. We advise to use Tikkurila Anti-Reflex 2 anti-reflexive matt finish. It eliminates flashing and is great for large, well lit areas.
Painting the walls
You can choose from few finishes of paint to decorate the walls.
Matt finish – non shiny finish. This finish is harder to keep clean.
Durable matt – can be cleaned. Suitable for high traffic areas.
Silk finish – shiny finish.
Painting the woodwork
You can choose between three finishes when it comes to decorating the woodwork.
Matt finish – non shiny. Less practical but great looking finish.
Satin finish – dull finish, tough, hard-wearing and dirt resistant. The finish usually does not require an undercoat.
Eggshell finish – tough and hard wearing finish. Very popular choice for interior woodwork.
Gloss finish – shiny finish, durable and hard wearing gloss.
Painting the bathroom / kitchen
The bathroom and kitchen should be painted with special paints such as Bathroom Paint and Kitchen paint.
Steps of interior painting1. Before painting
All details are negotiated with the client.
All furniture are either moved or covered.
Floor is covered with dustsheets.
All cracks and holes are filled.
Areas to be painted are sanded down to ensure the surface is smooth.
All gaps are caulked.
Damp areas are sealed.
Market leading paint is used such as Farrow&Ball, Dulux, Crown & Leyland.
Emulsion, gloss, eggshell, masonry.
Professional tools are used such as Purdy and Hamilton.
The paint is applied by roller and brush.
The paint is applied until proper coverage.
Clean straight lines applied between trim and walls.
All furniture are moved back.
The floor is vacuumed and cleaned.
All litter is taken.
Touch up painted areas if needed.