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Painting Done Right, It Means Just That

Painting Done Right, It Means Just That.


When I was a little boy my father taught me very early on that if I have something to do, whatever that may be, to do it right. If you do not, you will only hurt yourself and otherspainting done right before around you. The work that we do at OCD Painting is done with that principle in mind. Yes we are that picky! It’s all the little extra things we do and attention to detail that set us apart from other painting companies. We are a family owned company, my wife and I and our son and daughter. We do not send someone else in to do the job that might not care as much as we do. Our reputation is everything; a very good portion of our business comes from repeat customers and their referrals.

Quality painting in your home changes everything, from the value of your home to your sense of pride for where you spend a ton of time with family and friends. The old school concept of hard work and not cutting corners, or cheap painting products will insure lasting finishes. Proper preparation of all surfaces to be painted is a must, a step that is often overlooked but most critical to the overall life of the product. Finally, Outstanding Customer Dedication(OCD). Listening to what you want, and how you want it done. As well as your questions and concerns are very important to us.

painting done right afterWe want you to be totally happy with our work and time frame to complete the job. Weather it is your home or business you need painted, look no further, you have found one of the best painting companies out there today. OCD Painting LLC.



It is not to be under estimated, having all your trim painted makes all the difference in any room. Extra white semi-gloss or as I prefer, gloss, will make any color choice on the walls Painting trim right Lancaster Papop. No doubt it is slightly more time consuming and a bit more expensive, but do not skimp on this very important part of your painting process. If you have crown molding, chair rails or wanes coating it is a must. I have some extremely “picky” customers who demand that it all be applied with a brush and your can certainly see a big difference. With a roller you can move a bit quicker and will get a stipple look like on the walls. But having that trim brushed on just gives it a distinct professional look that cannot be matched.

The best trim paint I have come across would be Sherwin Williams Pro Classic extra white, in either semi-gloss or gloss finish. It is an upper end product that will leave a nice hard shell so it will last and stand up to some abuse which trim usually receives. Doorways, window sills, baseboards and doors always take the most beatings. This will make it well worth what you spend now, for the lasting durability in the end. Also another simple step to doing your trim is to make sure all the molding has no nail holes or cracks showing by using silicone properly, and making it look seamless.

Once again I cannot stress enough, how having all you trim freshly painted, can make your room just pop out at you. It is always all about the little things you can do to make everything come together, only at OCD Painting.