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Painting Company Serving Charlotte, Matthews & Huntersville, NC

It’s remarkable how simply adding a fresh coat of paint to the interior and exterior of your home can completely transform its look and feel. With our professional painting crews completing the job, your painting projects will be completed with precision. 

Our painting company will carefully cover your floors, furniture, and fixtures before beginning any interior painting. We’ll ensure that your surfaces are completely ready for paint, repairing any cracks, holes, peeling surfaces, drywall damage, and water damage to your walls before applying paint.
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The process, whether for interior or exterior painting, begins with a personal consultation, in which we’ll evaluate your surfaces, trim, and door surfaces, discuss areas of concern and your options to optimize the appearance of your space. 

Our proposal will include the cost of paint as well as the cost of labor for both, preparation and painting.


Which paint type is right for you?
Flat Finish: This paint finish is commonly used for the painting of interior walls, as it helps to camouflage small bumps, cracks, and other imperfections by not reflecting light. With a flat finish, the paint has minimal to nonexistent cleaning ability, and it may require a second coat to cover up scratches and marks. 

Eggshell Finish: The finish of an eggshell paint is slightly shiny, and is often used for interior painting. It is the easiest wall paint to clean, making it ideal for households with children and/or pets. To get the true eggshell effect, two coats must be applied and preferably untouched or cleaned for at least 30 days, which is the allotted setting time.

Satin Finish: This finish is often used in rooms and exterior areas where some durability is needed. It is not as easy to clean as an eggshell finish, though it offers a non-high-gloss finish, with a bit more shine than an eggshell. 

Semi-Gloss: This type of paint finish is oftentimes used on doors, trim, and cabinets in kitchens and bathrooms. It is easy to clean and lays down a nice subtle shine without too much glitz. Semi-gloss paints will highlight wall imperfections, so they are best used on smooth surfaces or those with proper pre-painting treatment. 

High-Gloss: High-gloss paints have a reflective quality, as their shiny finish reflects the look of enamel or plastic. Though not widely used in home interiors, high-gloss is becoming a popular choice for use on cabinets, trim, and furniture. Because of its shininess, this finish will magnify any surface imperfections, so it is best applied on smooth surfaces or those with well-sanded finishes.
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