Superior House Painting in Pittsburgh, PA
We are your Pittsburgh house painters. Call us today for a free quote. If you are in need of a high-quality Pittsburgh house painter, we are the ones for you. We work all around the Pittsburgh area and pride ourselves on quality.
We put your house through the right process so the paint job lasts through the test of time. We take Pittsburgh house painting to a whole new level, every job covered by a two-year warranty. At Fagan Painting LLC, there is only one way to do the job, and that's the right way. We ensure the highest quality at a fair price, with a guarantee; you can't go wrong. We’re Pittsburgh's choice for house painting.
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Pittsburgh House Painters’ Process List
What You Are Paying for When Hiring a House Painter in Pittsburgh
There are many steps involved in the process of painting your house.
Sanding the walls before preparation ensures an excellent bond to the surface, for the Spackle, primer, caulk, and the paint. This also makes for an excellent finished product. Pittsburgh house painting is done with a step-by-step process.
Mud work is a must-have to guarantee a smooth and level surface. The mud work must be done the proper way for the right end result. House painting is a lot of work and requires a whole lot of cleanup. Drop cloths must be used to cover adjacent surfaces. With this house, they were getting new floors after the paint job, but we still used drop cloths and cleaned up at the end.
More Sanding, Then Priming
Sanding is required after the mud work is complete. Once all sanding is finished, all mud-prepped surfaces must be primed to ensure a great, long-lasting bond to the surfaces. Once this process is finished, the first coat of paint can be applied.
The Final Steps
All the steps in house painting are necessary to ensure the greatest result.
Then, we apply the first coat.
After the first coat is applied, a thorough inspection with a very bright light of every surface is necessary to find flaws in the preparation. The paint helps reveal any such errors. Pittsburgh house painting requires a lot of attention to detail.
Even in Some Rare Cases, Even More Mud Work
Sometimes, additional mud work is needed before the finish coat. All of these spots must be prepped with mud, sanded, primed, painted, and then the final topcoat (finish coat) of paint is applied. The result is amazing!