Do you do wall repairs?
While we always include basic prep work like filling nail holes, larger wall repairs are an option. We classify repairs into three different tiers, here are their descriptions: “Great” condition is defined as when the room is like new, and needs no repairs prior to painting.
“Good” condition is defined as when one or more surfaces to be painted will need additional preparation to be paint ready and when preparation requirements do not exceed the following:
- Patching in any number of nail holes (i.e. from hanging picture frames),
- repairing no more than 5 bolt holes (i.e. from mounting a TV, shelving, etc.), or
- smoothing out small, existing bumps
“Needs Repairs” condition is defined as when one or more surfaces to be painted will need additional preparation to be paint ready. Rooms that are in need of repairs require custom pricing. Such repairs include:
- Repairing over 5 bolt holes (i.e. from mounting a TV, shelving, etc.),
- Caulking along baseboards or other moldings, including but not limited to crown molding, door frames, wainscoting, and chair rails,
- Scraping and sanding uneven surfaces, peeling or chipping paint, or
- Repairing dents or cracks in walls.
- Stains or discoloration due to water or fire damage We can provide custom quotes for wall repairs such as skim coating or drywall repair.