CABINETS AND WOODWORK
Ready for a new kitchen but not ready to invest in a new kitchen? We can convert your old-honey oak stained kitchen or master bathroom cabinet to fresh, clean paint in just three days.
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Carnival Custom Painting’s professionals will take your kitchen and bathroom cabinets, wood paneling and other millwork from bland to beautiful in just a few days.
Consider the possibilities . . .
- Your stained cabinets and built-ins can be updated by painting.
- Old-fashioned paneling can be painted to brighten an otherwise dark room.
- Change your old knobs & pulls at the same time for a completely fresh look.
- Painting the cabinets will enhance your home’s appearance for resale.
8 -STEP PROCESS
Protecting Your Property, Flooring and Furnishings
Your furniture will be moved to the center of the room, and flooring, furniture and fixtures will be covered with clean, plastic sheeting and thick builder’s paper.
Sanding & Caulking
Stained surfaces will be lightly sanded for cosmetic consideration and to promote bonding. Seams, joints and cracks along baseboards, door jams and crown molding will be caulked for a more appealing finished product.
Surfaces to be painted will be cleaned once sanding is complete to remove dust, atmospheric soil and contaminants.
Once the cabinets and woodwork are sanded, caulked and cleaned a coat of Sherwin-Williams Easy Sand Primer or ProBlock Primer will be applied to promote adhesion, provide a smoother finish and prevent stain bleed-through.
Once the primer is completely dry, the new surface will be lightly sanded a second time, re-caulked and spackled. Residue will be wiped clean.
Our neat and careful painters will apply a fresh coat of paint by brush or spray depending on the demands of the painting project providing a uniform and consistent coverage.
When the project is complete our crew will begin to move possessions and furniture back into place. Finally, window coverings, wall plates, and fixtures are reinstalled and we perform a final clean.
Inspection and Follow-up
When the project is finished, a supervisor will inspect and review the project with you to ensure your complete satisfaction.