Do any of the wood surfaces in your home need refinishing? Whether it's painting, staining or something more advanced, the experts at Larry Stewart Painting & Decorating can help.
Wood surfaces need to be treated with a different level of care than drywall. The best finish for wood often depends on where it is in your home and how it's currently finished. When finished properly, wood features can add to the ambiance in your home. But if they are finished poorly or not prepared properly, they can ruin the look you are trying to create.
Don't take chances with the wood surfaces in your home, call on the experts at Larry Stewart Painting & Decorating. We understand what finish will work best in what situations and we will work with you to give you the look you want in your Chapel Hill area home. Call us today at 910-723-9755!
Wood is unique and different than drywall. Natural wood will have a grain and could also have knots. This impacts how different coatings look on the wood. This is why the prep work is so important. To get the proper result, you have to understand what you are starting with and how it will impact the final product.
An inexperienced painter may just rush to put the coating on without considering how the wood needs to be treated first to prepare it to look great. Sanding and primer can get you a long way but there can often be more to the project.
At Larry Stewart Painting & Decorating, we've taken on a lot of home interior wood finishing projects and we will know how to treat the wood in your home to get the best result.
Of course, the type of coating that should be used for the interior wood surfaces of your home depends on numerous factors as well - type of wood, location, the surrounding treatments, etc. Hardwood floors, decorative fireplace surrounds and wood moldings in an older home all need different finishes to optimize the look.
We've worked with many types of wood in many different utilizations, so we know just what types of coatings to use for your home in Chapel Hill, Cary, Apex, Durham or the surrounding area. Paint, stain and protective finishes are most commonly used, but there are times when oils and more refined types of treatments can be used.
Are you ready to learn more about how our experts can help you with your wood refinishing project? Call us today at 910-723-9755 for an estimate. We want to hear about your project and we can talk you through our expectations and answer any of your questions.