Great exterior paint jobs start with exacting preparation.

Putting a nice, even coat of paint on the trim makes a house look great.  Putting a nice, even coat of paint on the window panes and roof makes customers throw rocks at us.

That’s one of the reasons we spend so much time on plastic coverage and taping.

Plastic and tape in all the right places

We’ve posted a lot of beautiful pictures of completed projects.  Here are a couple of great examples of the careful preparation and coverage we use on our jobsites during the painting process.  Now, we may be a little biased because we’re painters, but we think great plastic coverage can be a thing of beauty as well.

covered windows in berkeley heights

Plastic covering and taping not only keeps paint off non-paintable surfaces, it also keeps wood and paint dust from infiltrating your home during the sanding process.  Keeping dust out of your home is important, especially in homes built before 1978 that may have been coated with lead paint at one time.

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