This project was completed last month by our painting crews near Wilmington NC. We were hired to do the interior and exterior painting for a builder in the River Landing community, outside of Wallace NC. Finishes are interior Oil Enamel for the trim, cabinetry and doors. Low luster interior wall paint and semi gloss exterior paint. Our paint crews did a fine job, when doing the right amount of prep work it shows in the quality of finishes like pictured in this gallery below.
Proper prep work is required for a good paint job. When you hire you next painting contractor, keep that in mind. Applying the paint is usually less than half of our time spent on painting projects, almost 2/3 of the hours invested into residential paint jobs are spent priming, caulking, filling nail holes, sanding, and doing point ups. This is necessary for a quality paint job that will last for decades, and something that you need to make sure your painters will spend the time to do correctly. By skipping steps in the painting process, the contractor can save a lot of money on labor, thus when you are getting bids be sure that you are comparing the same scope of work. We often are asked by clients why prices are so different among contractors. In most cases, once the details of the bids are reviewed, the difference is in the prep work that is being proposed.
This home is really beautiful and the owners are very happy with the finishes applied by JHC. Contact us today and lets talk about your painting project.