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Interior painting is often the simplest way to completely transform
the look of a room!
 
   

Whether you simply want a fresh coat of interior paint, or you are putting your house on the market, you'll want a professional who will protect your floors and furnishings! At Painting & Moore, we carefully cover your floor, furniture, and fixtures before any interior painting begins.

Is your drywall in need of repairs? We can repair those cracks, holes, and water damage marks in your sheetrock. Once the repair has dried, we’ll apply a new coat of paint to match the existing walls, or you can choose a new, more updated color for the entire room!

At Painting & Moore we will start with a personal consultation and together we will evaluate the home’s interior walls, trim, and door surfaces, along with areas of concern we will discuss options to optimize the appearance of the targeted area. Our proposal will include paint along with proper preparation before any interior painting begins. If walls are cracked, paint is peeling or drywall is damaged, then resurfacing is essential prior to interior painting.

If your home is about to be put on the market, interior painting can address fading colors from sun exposure and can remove trapped smells from years of cooking and even cigarette smoke.

There are several options to choose for your interior paint:

Flat Finish

This paint finish is often used for interior painting of walls. It's especially good if you have to camouflage small wall bumps, cracks, or other imperfections, as this finish does not reflect light. However, a flat finish has little or no clean ability. It may be that a second coat will be needed to cover up scratches or marks.

Eggshell Finish

Eggshell paint is a very slightly shiny variety of interior paint. It is so named because it resembles the texture and very slight shine of an actual eggshell. Eggshell finish used for interior painting is also the easiest wall paint to clean. To get the true eggshell effect, two coats must be applied and preferably untouched or cleaned for at least 30 days allowing the paint to set.

Satin Finish

The term "satin" paint refers to one popular kind of paint finish. This finish is often used in rooms and exterior areas where some durability is needed, but high-gloss paint is not desired. It is not as easily cleaned as an eggshell finish and is more shiny than an eggshell finish.

Semi-Gloss

Semi-gloss paint is most often used for interior painting on doors, trim, and cabinets in kitchens and bathrooms. It is easily cleaned and lays down a nice, subtle shine, without being too glitzy. Take care with pre-paint preparation work, as poorly prepared surfaces can be a bit distracting when highlighted by a semi-gloss surface.

Gloss

High gloss paints have an almost reflective quality, as their shiny finish mimics the look of enamel or plastic. Though not widely used in home interiors, it is becoming more popular for a dramatic look on cabinets, trim, and furniture in very formal and very contemporary settings. This finish will magnify any surface imperfections, so careful preparation and sanding is essential before painting with high gloss paints.

We use only top quality products on our interior painting projects, and our meticulous attention to detail and quality of work reflect our knowledge and high professional standards.

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