We are of the mindset that it would be wrong for us to want to treat the work that we do on interiors the same way we treat exteriors and vice versa. The reason we say that is because the challenges of exterior house painting and interior house painting are different. When it comes to interiors, the issues will be coming from the inside out and water and moisture running through the wall that may bleed to the other side of the paint. On the exterior, we are dealing with the sun and dirt particles, as well as rain and other climate issues. At Santa Fe Painters, we know how to tackle them correctly.
If you are a person who watches infomercials, there is a good chance that, at one point or another, you have come across a paint sprayer that was advertised as working magic. This has led a lot of people to believe that our job is a piece of cake, maybe even something a homeowner could tackle on their own. That is not exactly the case though, at least not with us. We use a combination of methods to apply paint, including the old-school brush methods, to ensure a flawless and even application and finish.
When you are out on a very sunny day and don’t want to get burned by the sun, you would use sunscreen, right? So, here in Santa Fe, houses and buildings are going to be exposed to a lot of sun all throughout the year. To help protect against the sun, we are going to use a special type of paint that can protect buildings that are getting hit by the elements all day. Again, the paint we use indoors and the ones that we use outdoors are not the same.
Very rarely do we see homes or buildings that are basically perfect squares. Most of the time, we will be dealing with awkward shapes that will have a certain level of difficulty when it comes to fully painting them. If you need help with a paint job on a building that you know is kind of awkward looking, be sure to give us a call. We will find a way to cover the area. So, whether you’re looking for fresh coat of paint on your residence or a commercial building, we’re here to help!