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ADEPT PAINTING SERVICES
ADEPT PAINTING SERVICES
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Adept Painting Services is a residential, commercial, and industrial painting company, providing interior and exterior painting services. We are skilled in all aspects of painting and coating. Such as wall/ trim painting, wood staining, and metal spray application. Our services include furniture and cabinet refinishing, aluminum - vinyl - and metal coating. As well as spray painting sub-division homes and new commercial buildings.
We take safety measures very seriously, in all aspects of our business. Especially, the safety of our painters and the safety of our customer's property. We meet all required training, and liability insurance for our team and
Our relationship with our clients begins on the first day of contact and only ends once they’re fully satisfied with our work.
When you hire our services, you can count on us for the results you want and need. Get in touch today, and discover the advantage of working with Adept Painting Services.
We are Toronto and GTA painters; including, Toronto Downtown,The Kingsway, Forest Hill, Little Italy, Roncesvalles, The Junction, Leaside, Lawrence Park, Rosedale, Riverdale, The Beaches, The Annex, Bloor West Village, East York, North York, and other areas.
Who have used our services?
MARRESCO LIMITED, KDP RESTORATION, BLUE PRINT PROPERTIES INC, ZGEMI CONSTRUCTION, LIONFISH DEVELOPMENT, Real-estate Agents, Designers, Gcs, and GTA Homeowners And Property Owners.
One tip to a popular issue, choosing colour!
Painting is one of the quickest and easiest ways to give your home's interior a facelift -- and it is one that can produce dramatic results as well. Unfortunately, many homeowners feel overwhelmed when tasked with choosing a lasting colour scheme. To avoid getting stuck with a less-than-perfect colour choice, they will spend hours studying the subtleties between Smokey Topaz and Roycroft Suede paint swatches, considering the mood they want to create (whimsical? relaxing? modern edge?), and deciding whether to trust their guts or hire an interior decorator to make sure things turn out just right. Fortunately, interior painting doesn't have to be that difficult. Most paint stores offer samples that you can take home for a wall test. With these samples, you can paint a few colors in large swaths on your wall to see how the paint interacts with the room's natural light. And you can compare it against design elements like pillows or furniture to see whether it will work with your overall decor as well.
ROOM PAINTING COST FACTORS
Here are some cost factors to consider when it comes to the cost of painting a room:
Size of Room to be Painted
The size of the room and what is in it ( Furniture or not) is the most important factor in determining the cost of professional painting. It will take a painter longer to cover a large furnished room than a clean - small room, and this means higher labor costs in addition to supplies and time. When estimating the paint for such a job, keep in mind that a gallon of paint covers about 400 square feet. You will be charged for the number of paint cans needed, among other factors.
A textured wall will need more paint than a smooth wall. The texture adds more surface area, even though it doesn't increase square footage. Determining the additional surface area depends on how much texture there is. Painters will probably estimate about 300 to 350 additional square feet of paint to account for texture. Factor additional surface area into your square footage calculations when seeking professional estimates.
The speed with which a painter can complete the job will determine its final cost, but time is difficult to estimate. Some painters have more experience and cover a wall faster, but some are more methodical and take more time. Most painters should be able to cover two coats of paint on 4 walls of a empty- normal size bedroom, the closet walls, and possibly able to apply a coat of paint on the door and a window frame too.
Multiple Rooms or Whole House
If you decide to paint multiple rooms in your home, choose colors that relate to one another without being completely the same -- unless uniformity is your goal, of course. Costs may vary based on differences in color, sheen, and room size. However, each room will flow depending on the trim's color -- which should all be white or neutral -- so they look connected. A whole-house color scheme presents the same cost factors as painting multiple rooms individually: colors you choose, the sheen, the size of the rooms and time/labor. You can choose to use the same color throughout your entire home to save on money, or you can use a color scheme with the same sheen throughout.
Interior House Painting Cost Factors
Average Paint Prices
Generally, it will take a minimum of one gallon of paint to cover a room. At the highest end, paint will cost anywhere between $40 and $90 per gallon and come in several different finishes: Flat, Matte or Ulti-Matte, Satin, Pearl, Semi-gloss or High-gloss. Flat finishes are the least shiny and are best suited for areas that are NOT requiring frequent cleaning. Ulti-Matte finishes are a bit shiny but can also be cleaned up from minor dirt. From Satin to High Gloss finish are more stain-resistant and are easier to clean. Nowadays, living rooms should be painted with a Flat or Ulti-Matte finish to allow the paint to stand out. The more shiny finishes should be reserved for hallways or railings, and are also suited for trims. Invest in pre-primed paint whenever possible. This cuts down on time by combining the layering process. Almost any paint job will require a primer, which will cost anywhere from $25 to $45 per gallon. Primer helps the paint to stand out against the underlayer of paint it's covering, especially if the new paint is lighter than the old coat. You will need at least one gallon of primer, if not more, to cover one room.
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