Thanksgiving is around a week away and Christmas is right around the corner! With the season, we have shifted from painting exteriors to working on drywall and interior painting. We were able to slide in one last exterior job a couple of weeks ago but the chances are that we are finished with exteriors for a while. Now is the time to schedule in your interior project-before our schedule is full!
Examine your home's interior
If you made it through that monstrous windstorm over the last couple of days, hopefully you came through it with power to your house intact! We lost power a couple times, but the outage thankfully only lasted a few hours. For those who do have power, it is a good idea to do a full examination of your interior. Is it ready for the Holiday season? Will it stand up to the scrutiny of your friends, neighbors, and in-laws? Believe me, your in-laws will be checking to see if you are keeping up on things. If you have not, call us today!
Update your interior paint
Wondering what will we need to do to make sure your interior painting is up-to-date? The most important thing is the prep work, including caulking, spackling, sanding, texturing, and priming wherever necessary. These steps will ensure that when we get the paint on, it gives you a very classy finish!
Clean up wall cracks, holes, and other imperfections
What is the state of your drywall? We should patch in any areas where you have missing drywall, holes, cracks, or visible imperfections. We can then tape it, apply a topping coat, apply a second coat, and sand, prime, and texture it to blend in with the surrounding areas.
We know how tight a holiday schedule can be, and one of our top priorities is making sure that we complete the project on time.
Let's get you on the schedule soon before we are booked up! We look forward to hearing from you at (425) 308-7422. Thanks, and have a great Holiday season!
President of Mink Enterprises
Drywall, Painting Specialist