Professional Painters – Flower Mound, TX
How Do You Get Started? We Can Help!
Before we’re able to transform the inside or outside of your home, a little bit of prep is necessary to ensure that the job goes smoothly. We’ll handle the bulk of it, but your help will make things go even faster. What all does this entail? You’ll find everything you need to know below! Of course, if you have any questions about this before we start your project, be sure to let us know.
Why Choose Us:
- Based in Flower Mound
- Satisfaction Guarantee
- Serving All of North Texas
Preparing Your Interior
- Remove any paintings or pictures from your walls. We’d never paint over these kinds of items, but this will make it much easier for you to keep track of them!
- Pick up any small knickknacks on tables, shelves, mantels, etc.
- Take everything out of a closet if we are painting it.
- Make sure that any pets are safe and out of the way while we are working.
- Take down all child/pet gates so we can move around your house easily.
How We Will Prepare Your Interior
- Move all furniture (no matter the size)
- Remove and reinstall any drapery
- Cover floors/furniture with fresh plastic every day
- Remove and replace light switches and outlet plates
- Perform general wall/ceiling repairs (if stated in the estimate)
- Texturize as requested
- Find and fill all nail holes and cracks
- Caulk any cracks found along doorjambs, baseboards, and ceiling crowns
- Scuff, sand, and clean all surfaces before painting (when needed)
- Remove requested wallpaper
Preparing Your Exterior
- Please turn off your sprinkler system so you don’t wash away wet paint or give our team a surprise shower!
- Remove any hanging plants, fixtures, and sculptures.
- Make sure any pets are safe and out of the way.
How We Will Prepare Your Exterior
- Powerwash all surfaces to remove dirt, mildew, sand, and anything else that would interfere with the paint
- Handscrape loose paint
- Apply primer to bare/new wood to make the paint stick better
- Caulk all windows and entrances, including any major wood joints to reduce air flow and help you save on your AC bill (if stated in the estimate)