Freshly painted interior walls and ceilings can breathe new life into your home. Choosing the right painting contractor is the first important step to reaching that goal. At Kennedy Custom Painting, our qualified team listens to your vision for your home, and then delivers eye-catching results that reflects your vision and stands the test of time.
The last thing we want to do is make a huge mess at your home. So, we create a protected work area by masking off flooring, furniture, etc. to ensure we leave the job site as clean, or cleaner, than we found it.
High Quality Interior Painting begins with selecting high grade materials. Low-grade materials may save you money on the first purchase, but any money you save could quickly be reduced with the need for additional coats and short life because the material does not wear or perform well. We only use top shelf paints, stains, primers, and sealants for our projects. When you look at and feel the trim and doors in the houses we paint you will see the time and effort we put into preparing our woodwork for the smoothest and most durable finish.
Replacing wood surfaces is expensive and in many cases unnecessary. A whole new surface can be created by simply restoring the natural beauty of the existing wood. Restoring wood begins with a thorough stripping of old varnish and stain. Then the surface is sanded to a rejuvenated finish that is smooth and as blemish free as possible. After that the wood can be re-stained its original color or any color of your choosing, resealed and it will look brand new again.
Our trained professionals wet the surface of each wall with a mixture of hot water and an enzyme based wallpaper remover. The enzyme breaks down the starch in the adhesive, and allows the old paper to be removed. Once the wallpaper is off our trained professionals wash down the walls to remove paste. Walls are scraped, loose paint and/or drywall is removed and patched. Surface defects such as gouges, cracks, nail pops, and any kind surface imperfections are addressed accordingly.
Prior to painting a previously wallpapered surface, our trained professionals will apply a coat of oil base sealer to seal any paste residue left behind after the walls were washed. This is to provide a proper substrate for the painting of these previously wallpapered surfaces. It eliminates any problems during and after the painting process.