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The primer is the first coat of paint applied to any interior surface. It functions as an intermediary between the drywall and the topcoat. A good primer seals the drywall to provide a more uniform surface for painting. Primer also helps prevent brush and roller marks in the topcoat. Think of primer as the foundation for a smooth, attractive interior paint job.



The topcoat is the last coat of paint applied to the surface. Depending on the paint system selected, we prefer applying two lighter topcoats. This will provide a higher-quality and more durable finish than applying one heavy topcoat. Resulting in a first-class appearance!



It's a fact that a fresh paint job has the power to totally transform the look of your house in less time and for less cash than any other remodeling project. That thin skin of resin and pigment also protects your investment, sheilding it from the sun, wind and rain - until the paint begins to crack and peal, that is. So we properly apply the new paint (that will last you for a good 15 years) by providing and only use top quality materials, apply them with care (keeping an eye on the weather) and most important, we clean and sand every surface before, so you get that first-class finish on your home's exterior!


Ask us about our affordable power washing for any exterior project, i.e. homes, businesses, driveways, decks and sidewalks...

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