If you don’t know already, it is necessary to paint multiple coats on your surface for a satisfactory finish. You may not know, however, that you shouldn’t paint your second coat before the first coat has a chance to dry out. It is very important to let your first coat of paint dry completely before painting a second coat! Failing to do so can create some serious cosmetic defects with your final finish – including peeling of your paint.
This last week we were working on a complete the drywall installation and taping on a residential project in Magnolia; to a smooth wall finish. We completed our steel stud framing, drywall, and painting project at a local Mall. We continued work on a steel stud framing, drywall, and painting project at a hospital in Monroe. We also continued work on a multi-tenant drywall patching, texturing, and interior painting project in Marysville.
We are starting to book interiors! If you would like the interior – of your house or commercial building – repainted for the winter months, let us know. Or, if you have some drywall work that needs to be fixed up, we can complete that for you also. We do have some openings, so we can schedule you in whenever it works best for you! Why not let a professional painter and drywaller complete your interior work so that you are guaranteed a top-notch finish?!
Thanks for checking in,
President of Mink Enterprises
Drywall, Painting Specialist