Many uncoated surfaces need to be primed before painting.
Paint is a highly versatile material that can be used to add a splash of color to a space, refresh the exterior of a building, and provide an added layer of protection to the materials used in the construction process. But if surfaces aren’t prepared correctly prior to the application of paint, the work is unlikely to yield the desired results. Many DIY painters have realized this, often a little too late, leaving them in need of a professional painter to correct the results.
One thing that often gets overlooked is the importance of priming uncoated surfaces. There are various types of materials that may not be coated, and their porous nature can absorb some of the paint, leaving the surface looking patchy or uneven. Wood is one example of a porous material that typically requires priming before painting. Another is concrete. Surfaces that have sustained water damage may also need to be primed to create a smooth surface.
Primer serves as a binding layer for a fresh coat of paint, helping to improve the quality of the appearance and longevity of the results. At Greenbriar Remodeling & Painting, LLC, we’re experts in exterior and interior painting services. If priming uncoated surfaces is necessary, we can perform the task with precision.
When tackling any type of painting service, we take the time to do the job right to ensure a smooth, beautiful result. Contact us with any questions about priming uncoated surfaces or other steps in our painting process. We proudly serve customers located throughout the Atlanta, Georgia area.
At Greenbriar Remodeling & Painting LLC, we assist with priming uncoated surfaces in Atlanta, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Woodstock, Acworth, Kennesaw, and Smyrna, Georgia.