LET US TAKE THE GUESS WORK OUT OF TRIM PAINTING
At The City Painters we understand that painting trim can be a nightmare. We have received countless calls from homeowners who have started a trim painting project and given up after realizing how difficult it can be.
Let our professional painters help you with all of your trim-painting needs. We can help you pick the right product for the right area and we are trained at applying it correctly without making a mess.
Give us a call today for a free quote at 647-237-6900.
LET’S HEAR FROM OUR CUSTOMERS!
We would highly recommend Matthew and his team to anyone looking for a quality painter.Ellis
My husband and I thought that we could paint our home ourselves, boy were we wrong. We called The City Painters and they came in and completed the job in far less time that it would have taken us and we were very happy with the way things looked.Jessica B.
WHY CHOOSE THE CITY PAINTERS?
- Professional Painters
- WSIB Insured
- Liability Insurance
- Fast, Friendly Service
- Eco Friendly Option
- Competitive Prices
INTERIOR PAINTING – A HOW-TO FOR DOORS AND TRIM
When most people start thinking about a painting project they tend to focus on the walls and colour scheme. It is important however that when completing a painting project that you always remember the doors and trim areas. Freshening up the paint around doors, door casings and trim will make your paint job pop. Painting doors and trim is a little different than painting wall surfaces and often requires different products. Here are some tips for making your doors and trim look their best:
- If you are painting raw wood make sure you oil prime all the raw wood surfaces prior to painting. This will help to seal the raw wood and give a more even finish
- Make sure you caulk along any open seams between the wall and the doors or trim. This will make the trim and doors appear seamless. Ensure that the caulk is completely dry before you apply your paint.
- Choose a Satin semi-gloss or high-gloss paint for all doors and door casings. These are high traffic areas and a semi-gloss or high-gloss paint will provide more durability and is easier to clean
- It’s best to use a 2.5 to 3.0 inch brush when painting trim and door casings. A small, short-nap roller can be used on door surfaces