Interior Painting

The average homeowner changes their interior paint color every 5 years.  A quality interior paint job will last for many years, outlasting the typical color change period. The key to achieving this level of quality lies in the details.

Interior Painting

The average homeowner changes their interior paint color every 5 years.  A quality interior paint job will last for many years, outlasting the typical color change period. The key to achieving this level of quality lies in the details.

Our Process

Expect our team of painting experts to pay special attention to the details.  We’re here to answer any questions you have so that you better understand each step in the process.  We will gladly help educate you on the many available products so that you are comfortable making the best selections to meet your specific needs.

1.

Surface Prep

We start by covering all floors and furniture.  On new builds, we then putty any nail holes or seams, sand and clean any debris from the surface.  Next, we caulk and prime with a top quality level 5 finish that throughly seals the unfinished sheetrock and trim.  The level 5 primer does a great job of hiding any minor imperfections in the surface.  On homes with previously painted walls, we fill nail holes and do spot blemish repair based on the customer’s desired level of perfection as outlined in the contract.

2.

Product Selection

 The four main things to consider when selecting a product are quality, color, sheen and paint type.  Selecting a high quality paint product is key to extending the life expectancy of the paint job.  Wall color is a very personal choice and has the greatest visual impact on a room.  The condition of the surface and the desired degree of washability determine the best sheen selection.  The main paint type options include water-based, oil-based, and acrylic.  Your paint professional will be there to guide you each step of the way.  

3.

Product Application

When applying paint or stain, the best practice is to work from the top to the bottom of the room to protect the previously completed area from any drips.  Two coats of paint is applied to the ceiling, crown moulding, walls, then baseboards.  The ceiling staining process varies, as several layers of stain is applied, followed by several layers of a sealing product to achieve the final look.

Custom Wood Stained Ceilings

Nothing gives a home more of a custom touch than adding warm natural wood elements.  Too much wood can be visually overwhelming.  Stratigically placed wood elements can quickly elevate your home to a custom level.  

Staining select planked ceilings, beams, fireplace mantles, stairs and railings are among the many ways to add that unique touch.  Although, we do not stain floors, we can easily help you choose a stain color and technique that will match, coordinate or contrast with your existing wood floor color.

Stained Wood Ceiling

“We were extremely pleased with our experience with Pickle’s Painting.  They were very prompt, professional, and responsive every step of the process.  We had obtained quotes from 3 professional painters, and am so thankful that we chose Shane Pickle and his team.  The surface prep and attention to detail were incredible.  The entire crew was courteous and took extra care in ensuring our project came out perfect.  We have already referred them to friends and highly recommend them for any of your interior or exterior painting needs.”

Ann Simpson

Painting is our passion. Making people happy is our mission.

Reach Us

Address

23448 County Road 55
Silverhill, AL 36576

Contact

251-945-1500
office@picklespainting.com

Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 9:00am – 4:00pm

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