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Interior Painting

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Exterior Painting

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Concrete Coating

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Epoxy Painting

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Garage Concrete Coating

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Multi-Family Painting

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Garage Concrete Painting

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Commercial Concrete Coating

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Industrial Polished Coating

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Common Questions About Interior Painting Projects

The cost of interior painting will vary depending on several factors including the square footage, the number of coats, the conditions of the surfaces, how much the color is changing, the height of the walls, and the labor rate in the near sale.

To get accurate pricing for your unique pairing project, set up a free estimate appointment with your local independently owned and operated operates GetPro Painters franchised business.

Your local painting team will cover and protect the furniture and floors, but if there is a delicate piece of furniture or an heirloom that is tricky to move, please remove it before your pointing team arrives or make sure you notify the Job Site Supervisor before they begin the project.

Your local independently owed and operated GetPro franchised business can match just about any point color on your home using chip of paint or wet sample. Ever if you do not remember the original color codes, we can still match the color.

Popular paint colors change every few years, right now while, gray, and shades of lan are all very popular color choices for interior walls

It depends on the scopr of the damage, but in many cases, yes. Your local independently owned and operated GetPro Painters franchise can patch damaged sections of drywall and minor repairs cracks in walls and ceilings as they prep for your painting projects

Floor Coating FAQ

Epoxy flooring is a smooth and seamless surface that is ideal for covering concrete. Because it’s a non-porous surface, it doesn’t stain, and it is extremely resistant to damage and very easy to clean with just mild soap and water. It’s also ideal for rooms or areas that are going to have high traffic, and won’t degrade over time like concrete can. Finally, it doesn’t crack so you don’t have to deal with that unsightly issue like you would with bare or treated concrete flooring.

Epoxy flooring is a combination of hardeners and resins that, when mixed together, create a chemical reaction causing it to harden into a rigid material with very strong bonds. That makes it durable and resistant to some of the most common issues you see with concrete, such as cracks, water damage, stains, and more.

There is no right or wrong place to add epoxy flooring, but some of the most common include:

  • Garages
  • Restaurant kitchens
  • Airports
  • Gymnasiums or sports facilities
  • Storage facilities
  • Warehouses

There are also more decorative epoxy floor coatings that are popular in:

  • Locker rooms
  • Laundromats or other businesses
  • Showrooms
  • Medical facilities and clinics
  • Kitchens
  • Office buildings

The exact installation time will vary based on the size of the area where you are getting epoxy floor coating, but in general it takes anywhere from two to three days for an average-size garage. It’s important to note that nobody can come in contact with the flooring (walking, driving, etc.) while it hardens for at least 24 to 48 hours, so make sure you’re prepared to seal off the area completely.

This depends on the extent of the damage. If it’s just some stains and minor cracks, we can repair those quickly before installing the floor, but if there are significant cracks or water damage, you may need to repair that before applying the epoxy.
There are some situations when it would not work or would not be beneficial to get epoxy flooring. For example, it won’t adhere properly to a floor system that is damp or dirty. If you have it installed by someone who is not a professional, trapped moisture can cause damage that requires a repair. There is also a strong smell during application, but it will go away. Most of these issues can be easily avoided by hiring a professional to install it.

Polished Concrete FAQ’s

Concrete polishing is a delicate and systematic process that should be conducted by a professional. Below is an average way as to how the floors can be installed:

  • Experts should first inspect your floors before moving on to the next step. This is will allow your contractor to evaluate what condition your concrete is in.
  • Fixing any cracks, stains, chips, or holes is the next step in the concrete polishing process.
  • Grinding your floors to their perfect shine is our goal and this can take several different forms and steps.
  • Polishing and reviewing your floors is your contractors’ job. Do no rely on DIY kits for any one of these sections if you want a strong and durable floor.

Polished concrete floors can last for a number of years and each range is different depending on the environment that they are in. Meaning, a floor in an industrial setting will have a different lifespan than one in a residential setting. This concern is one that you should address with your professional contractor, however, on average a polished concrete floor will last well over 20 years.

Polished concrete floors offer many benefits. Below are some but not all of the incredible qualities your floors will possess when you decide to polish your concrete:

  • Resistance is an important quality for high foot-traffic areas. Polished concrete provides an environment that is resistant to damage from chemical and oil spills, as well as, slip and water resistant.
  • Water-resistance is a special and important quality when you have concrete floors because concrete is naturally a very porous substance. When concrete is unprotected, it will absorb any and all water that is spilled onto it; therefore, your floors will become breeding grounds for mold and mildew.
  • The lifespan of your polished concrete floors is well into the double-digit decades because it is impervious to everyday damages that would otherwise cause you to need constant maintenance. In industrial settings, polished concrete is popular because not even heavy machinery can cause the floors to wear and tear quickly.
  • Affordability is another popular reason for polished concrete floors, these floors are low-cost because of not only their immediate cost but because of their long-term ability to save you money.

Concrete can crack for many reasons, some of the most common of those reasons are:

  • Too much water in a concrete mixture will cause your floors to crack because the water dilutes the concretes strength once it is poured. The concretes ingredients will begin to separate causing early cracks in your concrete.
  • When concrete is poured during cold winter months it can crack when the ground underneath begins to thaw because of movement in the ground’s foundation. Roots can also cause movements that begin to crack your concrete foundation.
  • When too heavy of objects are placed on top of your concrete there may be some premature cracking. This can be exaggerated if your concrete is old or has not been well cared for.
  • Spiderweb cracks are caused by a loss of moisture in your concrete but these cracks are minor and do not pose a threat to the foundation of your concrete

As you can tell, there are many reasons why a concrete slab would crack, the key is to properly care for your concrete and to hire a professional.

Concrete can crack for many reasons, some of the most common of those reasons are:

  • Too much water in a concrete mixture will cause your floors to crack because the water dilutes the concretes strength once it is poured. The concretes ingredients will begin to separate causing early cracks in your concrete.
  • When concrete is poured during cold winter months it can crack when the ground underneath begins to thaw because of movement in the ground’s foundation. Roots can also cause movements that begin to crack your concrete foundation.
  • When too heavy of objects are placed on top of your concrete there may be some premature cracking. This can be exaggerated if your concrete is old or has not been well cared for.
  • Spiderweb cracks are caused by a loss of moisture in your concrete but these cracks are minor and do not pose a threat to the foundation of your concrete

As you can tell, there are many reasons why a concrete slab would crack, the key is to properly care for your concrete and to hire a professional.

Concrete polishing steps include inspecting and fixing any issues that could be happening with your concrete. Each floor has its own unique properties and should always be inspected by a professional. The grinding and polishing process may fix some issues with your concrete but not all, and to determine which ones, it is imperative that you contact a professional.

Polishing your concrete has many benefits, as the questions above just answered, but in summary, polishing your concrete guarantees a long-lasting floor that will give very little problems. These floors are resistant to problems that other floors face on a daily basis: for example, a wood floor is easily damaged with spills, and little maintenance, however, a polished concrete floor would not be affected by those things and would be much more affordable from beginning to end. Polished concrete offers a budget-friendly and long-term solution.

Patterns and colors can always be added to help spruce up your polished concrete. Ask your contractor what colors and patterns are offer and are best suited for your specific flooring needs.

There are many steps a professional contractor will take when it comes to installing a newly polished concrete floor. Many times, the “new” floor is simply the concrete that was already there, just fixed. When you contractor comes to inspect your floors, they are looking for damaged sections that must be fixed prior to polishing your concrete. Cracks, holes, and foundational issues will be evaluated and tended to appropriately. If you have specific questions or concerns, always speak to your contractor prior to installation.

All concrete floors have unique and specific issues that must be addressed prior to polishing. Determining whether your concrete can be polished is one of the top reasons why a professional should be called to assess your situation.

Prep work is the foundation of any successful, long lasting quality painting project, because the adhesion of the paint to a surface is much better when the surface is clean and able to grip or soak into the wood (in the case of a solid color stain).
Exterior prep work – Use drop clothes/taping off all surfaces not getting painted everywhere you are prepping and painting, Power wash, sand & scrape all loose and flaking paint, replace all rotted wood, prime all 6 sides of new wood being installed, caulk all seems and gaps to protect against water infiltration.

Interior prep work – Use drop clothes/taping off all surfaces not getting painted everywhere you are prepping and painting, repair all wall imperfections, sand down all repairs after they have dried, prime all repairs so they don’t bleed through the top coat, pole sand the walls prior to painting to paint the smoothest surface possible.

Paint and Stains differ because paint sits on top of a wood surface and gives a more solid looking finish, whereas stain soaks into the wood and gives the appearance of the wood qualities. Painting coats the top of wood while stain penetrates the wood. Stain wears off throughout time with less peeling and paint starts to crack and peel over time.

Paint and stain qualities are based on the solids, resins, pigments, and materials in the paint that help protect against fading, cracking and peeling. The better the material, the longer it should last on the surface.

Back rolling is a must when painting. Weather you are dipping your roller into the paint bucket or spraying it onto the surface and back rolling, spraying is just a method to get the paint on the surface faster. Spraying is generally used when painting a larger areas, which helps with the speed of getting the work done, without jeopardizing the quality to give more competitive pricing.

Sheens are a matter of personal opinion, as the higher the sheen the easier to see imperfections in the area that has been painted. Also, higher sheen is easier to clean, but now there is paints with no sheen that are washable.

A lot of the top-quality paints already contain a mildewcide, but it is always best to consult with the paint store or manufacturer to discuss the particular situation to determine the best product and any additional additives that should be used.

It is based on preference, but generally a eggshell or a satin are used to give the surface some sheen for aesthetic purposes.

Yes you can. It is very important to clean the surface properly by power washing and adding a cleaner to the surface prior to painting. Then it is very important to use the right primer to really grip onto that surface and top coat that has great adhesion with the primer.

The determining factors are temperature and moisture. Paint can be applied within 2 to 4 hours (depending on temperature and wind shields, which may make drying faster).

Depends on the surface you are painting. Oil based primers are best to be used on wood window sills, as it soaks into the wood and gives it added protection. On other surfaces such as siding and trim is where we like to use latex based paints and solid color stains.

A primer is a must on bare wood to help seal it and protect it against water infiltration, which will eventually rot the wood. When replacing rotted wood, it is very important to prime all 6 sides of the wood. Solid color stains and some paints can be used as primers.

Over the last 2 decades we have some up with the best wood window formula to help the flawed product of wood windows last longer. Call or email me and ask me about our formula.

Depends on the surface, but generally 2 coats is highly suggest to get maximum coverage to protect all surfaces being painted. 3 coats would be when including a primer on bare surfaces.

It is best to wire brush any rust off, prime with a rust inhibiting primer and then top coat that will bond well with the rust inhibiting primer. Consult a paint manufacturer representative with your particular situation.

You must give new block or masonry 30+ days before priming and painting to ensure the pH level is not high. It is recommended to work with your paint manufacturer to sample the PH level prior to painting. I learned my lesson 15 years ago and it was costly.

• All products have different grades and qualities, that is why we always involve our material representative in decisions

Prep work is the foundation of any successful, long lasting quality painting project, because the adhesion of the paint to a surface is much better when the surface is clean and able to grip or soak into the wood (in the case of a solid color stain).
Exterior prep work – Use drop clothes/taping off all surfaces not getting painted everywhere you are prepping and painting, Power wash, sand & scrape all loose and flaking paint, replace all rotted wood, prime all 6 sides of new wood being installed, caulk all seems and gaps to protect against water infiltration.

Interior prep work – Use drop clothes/taping off all surfaces not getting painted everywhere you are prepping and painting, repair all wall imperfections, sand down all repairs after they have dried, prime all repairs so they don’t bleed through the top coat, pole sand the walls prior to painting to paint the smoothest surface possible.

Paint and Stains differ because paint sits on top of a wood surface and gives a more solid looking finish, whereas stain soaks into the wood and gives the appearance of the wood qualities. Painting coats the top of wood while stain penetrates the wood. Stain wears off throughout time with less peeling and paint starts to crack and peel over time.

Paint and stain qualities are based on the solids, resins, pigments, and materials in the paint that help protect against fading, cracking and peeling. The better the material, the longer it should last on the surface.

Back rolling is a must when painting. Weather you are dipping your roller into the paint bucket or spraying it onto the surface and back rolling, spraying is just a method to get the paint on the surface faster. Spraying is generally used when painting a larger areas, which helps with the speed of getting the work done, without jeopardizing the quality to give more competitive pricing.

Sheens are a matter of personal opinion, as the higher the sheen the easier to see imperfections in the area that has been painted. Also, higher sheen is easier to clean, but now there is paints with no sheen that are washable.

A lot of the top-quality paints already contain a mildewcide, but it is always best to consult with the paint store or manufacturer to discuss the particular situation to determine the best product and any additional additives that should be used.

It is based on preference, but generally a eggshell or a satin are used to give the surface some sheen for aesthetic purposes.

Yes you can. It is very important to clean the surface properly by power washing and adding a cleaner to the surface prior to painting. Then it is very important to use the right primer to really grip onto that surface and top coat that has great adhesion with the primer.

The determining factors are temperature and moisture. Paint can be applied within 2 to 4 hours (depending on temperature and wind shields, which may make drying faster).

Depends on the surface you are painting. Oil based primers are best to be used on wood window sills, as it soaks into the wood and gives it added protection. On other surfaces such as siding and trim is where we like to use latex based paints and solid color stains.

A primer is a must on bare wood to help seal it and protect it against water infiltration, which will eventually rot the wood. When replacing rotted wood, it is very important to prime all 6 sides of the wood. Solid color stains and some paints can be used as primers.

Over the last 2 decades we have some up with the best wood window formula to help the flawed product of wood windows last longer. Call or email me and ask me about our formula.

Depends on the surface, but generally 2 coats is highly suggest to get maximum coverage to protect all surfaces being painted. 3 coats would be when including a primer on bare surfaces.

It is best to wire brush any rust off, prime with a rust inhibiting primer and then top coat that will bond well with the rust inhibiting primer. Consult a paint manufacturer representative with your particular situation.

You must give new block or masonry 30+ days before priming and painting to ensure the pH level is not high. It is recommended to work with your paint manufacturer to sample the PH level prior to painting. I learned my lesson 15 years ago and it was costly.

• All products have different grades and qualities, that is why we always involve our material representative in decisions