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House painters and painting services are a dime a dozen around the city. Chances are that if you’re looking for a service of residential painting in british columbia, you’re going to be able to find someone without too much trouble. What can be difficult is finding a team that truly provides professional service and a quality finish.

We pride ourselves on doing just that. Our experienced residential painters in british columbia will work with you every step of the way to ensure your needs are met according to your budget. We aim to provide a service that puts your convenience number one, and we’ll do everything we can to make sure you are completely satisfied with the finish. All of our professional house painters are employed by Supreme Bros Painting and we do not use contractors, so you can be sure you’ll be dealing exclusively with us.

4 Points to keep in mind before Residential Painting –

Some paints come already mixed with a primer, others do not not. Be sure to ask your paint supplier for the paint specifications before paying for it. If the paint isn’t already mixed with a primer, it is important that you start by priming the walls in order to cover up existing stains and/or colors. That will allow the top coat paint to stick better for flawless results.

These are water-based house paints. You can use these paints on the exterior walls, but they are most ideal for indoor walls. Their unbeatable colour-retention, fast-drying, and environment- friendliness properties also make them great for indoor painting. They are also able to withstand moisture, for example in the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. Latex paints do not produce bad odours to the extent that oil-based paints do.

Get everything out of the way before embarking on the painting process. This means getting all the furniture away from the walls and covering them up using plastic sheets, old newspapers, or drop cloths. You will also need to fill any cracks on the wall with spackling.

Sometimes you can paint the walls with the same colour but end up with inconsistent colour intensity. In most cases, this comes as a result of unevenly mixed paint gallons. Instead of painting a gallon at a time, it is best that you pour all the gallons into a larger bucket and stir everything up for a smooth, uniform, and more consistent colour. Ensure that the bucket is seal-able.

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