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Painting your house or wallpaper removal in Boca is one of the least expensive ways to add value to your Boca Raton community home. Even if you want house painting with the same color as your house was painted with before.

House painting of good quality can make a surface
more resistant to abrasions, simple to clean and can be washed without removing the paint from the wall.

House Painters in Boca Raton
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Interior House Painting
When doing the interior painting of your Boca home, we first attend to the holes in the drywall and ceilings before painting the interior walls. House Painters Boca Raton will first repair the drywall repair with a vinyl spackling compound. If you have larger damaged areas to repair then we will most likely need to use wallboard or plaster patch. House Painters Boca Raton can easily make wallboard repairs with Fiberglas joint tape and drywall joint compound. Plaster repairs can be successfully made with a plaster patching product. If House Painters Boca Raton needs to blend in a textured finish after we make a drywall repair, sometimes we use a spray texture in an aerosol can. House painting boca raton
Boca Exterior House Painting
House painter exterior For exterior painting, House Painters Boca Raton will probably be working with old flaking paint on the siding, trim, gutters and downspouts. This needs to be removed before House Painters Boca Raton can put a fresh coat of paint on the exterior walls. House Painters Boca Raton will first do a pressure clean with water to remove the majority of the damaged exterior paint and  then use a paint scraper to remove the remaining flaking exterior, chipped or blistered paint. Once that is done, we'll mix together a solution of 50/50 bleach and water to remove mold and mildew with our pressure washer.
Boca House Painting Selection
House Painters Boca Raton's next step is to select the right house paint and applicators for the job. This step is essential to an attractive and long-lasting painted home. As a general rule, the more costly the house paint is, the better quality of house painting. Basically this means that a costly paint will most likely get the job done in one-coat, be abrasion-resistant and remain new looking for a longer period of time. Wall paper removal is definitely worth paying the extra money for the best quality of house paint. Below are a few steps we here at House Painters Boca Raton use to paint your home.
  1. House Painters Boca Raton will use an Oil-base semi-gloss enamel for surfaces that will be subject to abundant moisture, such as bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens. But, new advances in latex paint are making latex just as durable in wet spaces.
  2. We use a High-quality 100-percent-acrylic latex flat wall paint on other surfaces.
  3. We pick garage floor paint according to the material that House Painters Boca Raton is painting. There are special paints designed to work with different floor and deck surfaces.

When you chose House Painters Boca Raton to paint the interior or exterior of your home, you're making a great investment. We hope you think that House Painters Boca Raton is the right painter for your house and your budget. We offer Free House Painting Same Day Price Quotes and are local, prescreened house painters.

Boca Interior Paint Preparation

House Painters Boca Raton takes several things into consideration before painting the interior of your home. We will help you select the proper paint for each room, decide on what interior wall surface you want, and we will figure out how much paint will be needed, and make sure your home is ready for our professional house painters to begin to paint your house.
Interior house paint can be divided into two main categories; latex paint and oil based paint. Latex paints are what most homeowners use for interior walls. It is fade resistant, easily cleaned with water and comes in a wide array of colors to suit your needs. Latex paints come in different levels of gloss. The glossier the paint, the more wear and tear it will take. For this reason, it is best to use glossy latex paint on rooms that will receive more traffic. Flat paint is non-reflective and hides minor imperfections making it a good choice for living rooms and ceilings.

Oil based paints work well in rooms that tend to be more humid such as bathrooms and basements. It is also recommended to use on wood trim, cabinets, and metal surfaces. Oil based paints are durable, moisture resistant, and contain a high-gloss enamel finish for extreme conditions.

Once House Painters Boca Raton has selected the paint you want, you need to figure out how much of it to buy. The easiest way to do this is to calculate the actual square feet of space that will be coated. Typically, a gallon of house paint will cover 400 square feet, but it is best to check how many square feet the gallon of your intended paint will cover. Once you have determined this, all you have to do is divide the number of square feet to be painted by the number of square feet that a given product can cover.

Selecting a Boca Raton House Painter for wall surface is another important decision. There are several different wall surfaces to choose form. The two most common interior wall surfaces are gypsum wallboard and plaster. Gypsum wallboard is usually referred to as textured drywall or gyp board. Drywall can also be smooth. Wood is also used, both as paneling and as wainscoting.

Last but not least, before you begin your painting in Boca, or before you expect to have a professional arrive to do the job for you, you must take the time to prepare the work area. This requires you to move all furniture away from walls. Make sure to protect furniture and other items with a cloth of some sort. Also, you may need to do some cleaning to remove dirt and dust off baseboards and from corners.

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