Interior Painting

About Interior Painting

At Bunton Painting we recognize the privilege and great responsibility that comes with being inside you home. You house will be treated reponsibly as if it is our own homes. We can help you choose the type and color of paint for your new project and will uphold the requirements of your accessibility and scheule. Our goal is to create an experience that is very pleasurable and take the weight of the project off your shoulders.

Our written estimate will provide you with a timeline of completion before we start our Interior Painting process. Our Standard Practices are as followed.

We have tried to answer as many questions as possible with this guideline. Not all items will apply to every job and anything written on the estimate sheet will take priority over this this sheet.

The following steps are standard for interior painting :

1. Move furniture.
2. Cover furniture and floors.
3. Remove unwanted nails, fill small holes, and cracks in walls ( large cracks will be taped) *
4. Seal and prime as needed.
5. Apply finish coats. (unless specified differently walls and trim receive two coats and ceilings receive one coat of flat ceiling paint )

* Additional repairs will be completed according to contract specifications.

You are responsible for the following unless otherwise stated in the estimate:

1. Removing all knick knacks, pictures, and other small items from areas to be painted.
2. Clearing kitchen counters and sink.
3. Selecting colors prior to the start date of the project.
4. If wallpaper is to be removed prior to my starting the job all glue must be removed and walls must be ready for paint.

Thank you for your help. Anything you don't feel you can do please let me know prior to
the start of the job and it can be added into the estimate.

Wallpaper removal bids include the following:

1. The removal of one layer of paper installed with standard water soluble wallpaper paste over a properly prepared wall.
2. The removal of all glue .
3. up to 15 minutes per room for normal patching of walls.

To view a printable version of this guideline click here.