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Looking to have your house painted the right way?
Breathe new life into your home with interior painting by a skilled painting contractor. There's no better way to freshen up an old room or hall. d'Lanes Painting offers interior and exterior painting services in Boston and surrounding communities.
Perfect Prep Work
Any successful paint job starts with properly preparing the surface. Our painters scrape, sand, patch, and fill every hole, crack, dent, and surface imperfection to ensure a smooth, flawless finish. At d'Lanes painting we know the value of the prep work, so we make sure everything is fully prepared before we begin to paint. Throughout the process, we use HEPA-filtered vacuums to eliminate dust and debris.
The Right Paint for the Right Surface
Interior paints exist for every possible surface, but there is no such thing as an all-surface paint. Using the wrong paint can damage the surface and adhere poorly, so it's important to choose the right paint for each job. Fortunately, modern technologies have taken the risk out of choosing paint. We help you choose the best paint that will deliver the results you want.
Save Money by Choosing Quality paint
High-quality paint usually costs more, but provide better coverage and lasts longer. Choosing low-quality paint based purely on price will probably end up costing you more in the long run. Similarly, painters who charge low hourly rates are often much less experienced and take longer to complete a job. They may also have to apply more coats and repaint sooner. At d'Lanes Painting, we work with high-quality paint such as Benjamin Moore and Sherwin-Williams paint and work with speed and precision. Our prices are fair, and you'll be amazed at the results.
Oil paint vs. Latex paint
Latex paints used to be recommended only for low-traffic areas, but formulas have improved to withstand dirt, moisture, and daily wear and tear. Modern latex paints are as washable and durable as oil-based paints, so you no longer have to use oil-based enamels for woodwork, windows, and doors.
Choosing the Right Color
Choosing the right color is essential for a great-looking result. Light colors work anywhere, but dark colors require rooms with lots of windows and natural light. Painting a basement den a deep blue might sound relaxing but can turn the room into a dungeon. If you're preparing a house for sale, stay with neutral colors that could match any decor or furniture.
If you're transforming your home for yourself, live a little. Go nuts! Like a color? Be bold! If you don't like it, guess what? You can paint it again. Plan a mural. It's your place. The only person who has to like it is you (and the people who live with you).