Residential Interior Painting in Monmouth County
Transform the interior of your home with a few coats of paint.
At 360° Painting Monmouth County, we understand that selecting the right painting company can be challenging. To assist you, we have prepared the following outline of the step-by-step process we follow each and every time we paint. It is our attention to detail and professionalism that will ensure that your job is completed to your satisfaction without the hassles commonly experienced when dealing with an ordinary painting contractor. We look forward to working with you on this project, and on all your future painting needs!
- Once you have selected your colors, we will gladly offer input with regard to the finish and type of paint that should be used. Samples can be applied if requested, allowing you a chance to experience the color before the work begins.
- We ask that you close all windows and storm windows.
- We realize that you have many precious and sentimental furnishings and decorations. We ask that you remove all pictures and wall hangings from the walls before we begin. We also ask that all other precious and breakable items be removed from the room before we commence work. If you are unable to do this, we will make arrangements with you to secure your valuable items.
- Our Crew Chief will confirm with you what you want done with nails and nail holes. If you are going to re-hang a picture, you may not want us to fill the hole.
- We will move all furniture into the center of the room. All of the furniture will be covered with plastic sheeting and all flooring will be covered with canvas drop cloths.
- We will remove all electrical face plates.
- We will hand-scrape and sand the areas to be painted.
- We will caulk and putty holes, cracks and voids, using only premium-grade materials.
- We will make any minor carpentry repairs like nailing in loose moldings at no additional cost.
- We will evaluate any areas that may require something other than minor repairs and consult with you. As a service to you, we can arrange to have these repairs made. Typically this is handled at a “time and materials” rate or a firm price as agreed upon by you.
- We will spot-prime all repaired areas to help ensure a uniform finish. If repair work is extensive, a full coat of primer/sealer may be applied.
- If a color change is being made, we will apply the first coat of premium quality Sherwin-Williams, Benjamin Moore , or PPG paint.
- We will re-evaluate the surface condition after the first coat and, if necessary, sand, caulk and putty.
- We will again spot prime any repaired surfaces.
- We will then apply the finish coat of premium-quality Sherwin-Williams, Benjamin Moore, or PPG paint.
- We recommend that any doors that have been painted should be left open or ajar for approximately four (4) hours to dry. This work can be done on a Saturday, if necessary.
- We will apply the finish coat to all trim work.
- We will complete our own final inspection and make any necessary final touch-ups.
- We will remove all tools and equipment including drop cloths and plastic sheeting. We will complete the clean-up by sweeping, vacuuming, and cleaning up the wash sink.
- A final walk through will be conducted with you to ensure your total satisfaction.
We also do cabinet refinishing:
As demonstrated by our attention to detail, we understand how important your house is to you! Your satisfaction is so important to us that we don’t consider the job complete until you say it’s complete. We look forward to providing you with a written estimate, should you have any questions in the interim, please do not hesitate to contact 360° Painting.
Call 360° Painting Monmouth County at (732) 749-9110 or Contact Us online for more information.