During Remodeling When Do You Paint – And Other Important Question
It's a smart idea to want to renovate your Park City house, including repainting. Some homeowners opt to paint just the interior while others go ahead and do the exterior as well.
When you make the wise choice to work with a reputable expert, they will, of course, walk you through the steps of the process. However, it is still a good idea to have some insight as to what's going to happen, and what order it should take place.
When is it Time to Paint?
What's the point of painting walls if the job is not complete and you are going to end up damaging them? And what comes first: the floors or the painting?
One of the most common questions is about floors versus painted walls. Really, it comes down to baseboards. If you are going to remove the baseboards, it would be counterproductive to paint the walls and then damage them while removing the baseboard. If the baseboard is staying put, you can paint the walls before the flooring.
Of course, that still leaves room for other major components of the remodeling, such as the countertops. If there is a risk of the walls being damaged in the process, it makes sense to wait for interior painting after that happens. That is why it is so important to have a plan in place.
What about window treatments? Sure, installing your window coverings does not run a risk of damaging your walls. However, some homeowners have already picked out their dream window treatments, only to find out the walls won't match. If you selected your window dressings first, have them installed and then pick the perfect color scheme to compliment them and work together in a cohesive manner.
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With over 30 years of industry expertise backing up the RL Peek Painting name, you can feel confident that we will help you make sense of all your painting questions. We will work with you to address all of your painting contractor related queries, as well as your painting service needs. Our job is not done until you are 100% satisfied with the final outcome.