When to Hire a Painter

Posted by Laura Kocum on Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 at 9:58am.

When homes are prepared to list, it's always important to consider the condition of the walls. A fresh coat of paint can work wonders for the overall look and feel of your property. Doing this is easy, and quick to complete. While it's true that most people can grab a brush and paint a wall, sometimes hiring a professional can pay off in big ways. Phil McClarey of Integrity Painting Services offers several reasons to consider hiring a professional team:

1. They can spot correct: Have you ever tried to brush over just one spot, only to find that the wall is splotchy once it dries? A professional painter is experienced with problem spots, and often can cover them without repainting the whole room. McClarey's team can also repair blemished woodwork, window sills and other areas of your home needing a fresh look.

2. They can repair water and smoke damage:
A professional painter is experienced with sealer treatments that solve the cause of tough stains, and doesn't just hide them.

3. They paint faster and better: Professional painters know how to tape, lay drop cloths, and cover surfaces both quickly and effectively. Their day to day experience makes them capable of finishing projects faster than the homeowner might. McClarey's team is smoke-free, and is committed to arriving and finishing on time.

4. Their work will last: Preparing a surface for paint is often more important than the coat of paint itself. Professional painters know how to select the right materials for each project, and how to prepare a surface to keep the finish for a long time after the work is completed.  This is especially helpful for exterior projects that require protection from mildew and the effects of sun and weather.

Integrity Painting offers each of these benefits and more. They've worked with many of our clients, and always receive great reviews. They provide estimates in advance, and work hard to make sure you're happy with their services, from start to finish. 

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