SIGNS YOUR INTERIOR PAINT WORK WASN’T DONE RIGHT IN DENVER METRO, CO
If you’ve hired a professional painting company, you may find yourself wondering once they have finished if they did a good job — and if so, how would you know that it was the case?
However, another question that may, unfortunately, come up after you have had a room painted is if you have a feeling that the work perhaps was not done quite right — what would be the signs if any, that paintwork was not correctly done?
LET’S LOOK AT SOME SIGNS THAT YOUR INTERIOR PAINTWORK WASN’T DONE RIGHT IN DENVER METRO, CO
1. BLISTERS, BLOTCHES, OR STREAKS ARE VISIBLE
One thing that will be a good telltale sign that the painting work that you got was not done up to the standards that a professional painting contractor should use is if you should happen to see blisters, blotches, or streaks on the surface of your walls when you’re reviewing.
The presence of these is a clear indication that the painters that worked on your walls either did not properly clean the wall before they applied primer or they didn’t allow the surfaces to fully dry before applying the primer.
By skipping these important steps, the painters saved some time but cost you a better looking paint job in that you really can’t get rid of these surface problems without making a lot of time to correct them — a lot more time than the painters saved by not cleaning or letting the surfaces dry!
2. THE PAINT ON THE WALL LOOKS WRINKLED
Another pretty clear sign that mistakes were made during the painting of your home interior will come in the form of seeing that the paint on the wall actually looks wrinkled — and you certainly didn’t ask the painters to make your walls have wrinkles, right?
There are a couple of things that could cause this unpleasant appearance to take place, chief among them being that the painters did not allow the first coat of paint to fully dry before applying the second coat.
In not letting the first coat to dry, the coat actually comes off of the surface just a bit while the second is being applied, the wrinkling effect that you see on the wall comes about — and this too takes a lot of work to correct.
3. VISIBLE STAINS
If you can see stains through the paint, that means pretty much one thing and that’s the fact that primer was not applied to the surface that was painted before the paint was applied.
Though of course, you would think that just having a couple of coats of paint on the wall would be enough to ensure that you won’t be seeing any stains, this is not the case — it’s essential that you first apply a coat of a good stain blocking primer to the surface before your first coat of paint is applied.
The only thing that could have stopped these kinds of stains from appearing is if the painter had properly applied primer to the surface that was painted prior to applying the first coat of paint.
4. AIR HOLES
Lastly, if you see air holes — tiny holes on the surface of the paint, that is — that generally means that instead of applying a second coat of paint after applying the first coat and then waiting for that coat of paint to dry, the painter just applied one coat of paint and left it at that.
The issue with only applying one coat of paint is that it can sometimes make these rather unpleasant air holes to appear on the surface of the wall after the paint has dried.
Avoiding air holes is just a matter of making sure that more than one coat of paint is applied to the walls.