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Our painting contractors will move large pieces of furniture to the center of the room where possible and cover them with drop cloths or plastic. If needed, we can move furniture out of the room temporarily and reinstall them upon completion. According to a Craftsman Built@Home survey, in 2020, the number one most common home improvement project was painting a room. With so many painting projects being completed, we have the experience to effectively protect your furniture.
In most cases, it is possible for a homeowner to stay in their home during the house painting. This will depend on the scope of the work and how long the work will affect critical areas such as the kitchen or bathrooms. If all surfaces of a room are scheduled for paint, then that room will have to be sealed off until completed. If a homeowner needs to stay during the process, we will plan the project out so that they can be as comfortable and as unimpeded as possible.
Take into account the existing elements in the room that already have a color, such as furniture. Additionally, darker colors tend to make a room look smaller, and lighter or brighter colors can amplify the amount of light in a room. Consider what the room will be used for. If you get stuck and just can’t decide, our service includes a one-hour consultation with a professional color consultant. Our painting contractor can also apply paint in a small area so you can see what it will look like.