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A brief look on what to expect when we paint your homes' interior.
All you have to do is pick the color, we take care of the rest! We will move your furniture, take down pictures, remove electrical plates, and mask off all areas affected by paint and dust. You will be amazed at how fast and clean the whole process is.
Whether it's applying knockdown, removing popcorn, fixing cracks, or just repainting, we can handle all of your ceiling projects.
Trim finished to perfection is the icing on the cake for your homes' interior. That is why we only use the highest quality enamels and clear coats available to finish your woodwork. Don't hesitate to call for minor repairs or entire rooms.
That's not just a catchy phrase or cliche to blow smoke at you with, I actually back it with a 5 year, no fine print, warranty, that will give you the assurance and peace of mind that your homes' exterior has been finished with the absolute finest system available. Because of my 23 years in the painting industry, I am confident in both; the teams that I form and train, and the products that I use, that I can offer you a warranty of this magnitude on your exterior painting project. We use Sherwin Williams Duration on all of our exterior finish coats.
In most cases, light or medium stained woodwork has fallen out of style like the pickled finish of the 90's. The new look is wood stained as dark as you can get it and at the same time, still see wood grain. I don't make the trends, I just follow them, and figure out the best way to produce the latest style for my customers. Most company's answer to this is to apply a "gel stain', which is no stain at all, it's more like paint tinted to a stain color. Not at Brack Painting, we apply a finish over your existing finish that darkens the wood, allows your wood grain to be visible, and bonds to prevent failure.
Choose any finish that you like and we will produce it for you. Enamel-Stained-Lacquered-Antiqued-Glazed-Tone and Lacquered-Designer Finishes.
Don't waste your time with a company that is going to just brush and roll your cabinets, and charge you full price, your kids can do that for you and produce the same results for free! Call us to have them professionally sprayed and have the finish look like glass! We will take your doors and drawers to our spray shop, do the boxes onsite, no mess, quick turnaround. And yes, we do the inside of the cabinets as well.
Do you own an historic home and want to keep or get it back to original look? Call Brack Painting!
We will come out and find out exactly what it is that you would like to accomplish, then, we transform your vision to your reality.
Most companies first step is called "power washing," where you have a high pressure water hose shoot 3000 PSI's at the wood of your deck, not a good idea. 3000 PSI's is great for concrete, but can damage your deck in seconds. Our first step is called a "soft wash." This is a wash that actually uses an eco-friendly cleaner to do the cleaning, not pressure, and removes all algae, mold, dirt, etc, with hardly any pressure shot at your deck boards. This process leaves your deck clean and ready for step 2.
This is the step that other companies fail to do, and that's why their customers' decks need to be refinished every 2 years. Let me explain why: when you power wash, you are pushing down the wood fibers and closing the pores of the wood. Think of a downspout with grass at the end of it during a heavy rain, all of the grass is pushed down and laying over, this is what your deck looks like after power washing and is not able to allow the stain to penetrate the way it is designed.
We sand your deck with low grit sandpaper and open up that grain, kind of like giving a long haired boy a buzz cut! This opens up the wood pores and allows the stain to penetrate deep into the surface and give you more life to your deck.
Whether you choose a semi-transparent oil based stain or a solid color stain, our last step is to brush it into the wood. Brushing it ensures proper coverage, and makes the end result look even and brand new again.
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