As you know, this was the second job Manor Works has completed for us. My husband and I agree, each time it has been money well spent. The guys worked a very long day to get everything done without compromising the quality of their work. After completing 2 jobs for us, I’m now starting to feel like they are “my painters”.
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Initial-Job Walk Through
Manor Works is a full service company. Before any production work is commenced, each room or area is thoroughly set up to protect your belongings. This includes the following:
Our Preparation Standards
Manor Works Painting is one of the few paint companies in Northern Virginia that has ongoing training for proper preparation and the use of paint products. After all, we all know that good prep is the key to a good paint job, right?
Below are just some of the ways we handle surfaces prior to paint.
Filling of Wood, Plaster or Drywall
To patch nail pops, holes or other defects
To feather rough edges of wood and at times wall surfaces
Caulk and Seal
To seal loose joints like baseboards, windows, new woodwork and door frames.
To seal bare wood, stains or repaired areas.
Full Prime Coat
Primers are used only when the surface requires a full prime coat. A number of finish products are also self-primers, therefore saving the painter time. If a prime coat is needed, it is usually because of the surface is brand new. We use both oil and acrylic primers.
Daily clean up
Your Manor Works house painters strive to finish and
re-assemble each room by the end of the day.
When not possible, a convenient stopping
point will be achieved.
*Please note, Manor Works will always prep the surface prior to painting it. On some surfaces, a more thorough preparation may be needed such as stripping or even lead removal. Our estimates will explain what level or preparation we will be doing to your painted surfaces.