As Pittsburgh’s professional painting experts, we have extensive experience in paint restoration as well. Paint restoration is exactly as it sounds, restoring the beauty and quality of your existing paint job and adding new layers of paint to it to ensure that it is even and well-blended. Often times, severely damaged paint jobs will better benefit from an entirely new coat of paint and this can be done by evening out the surface, adding a primer, and then coding it with a fresh layer of pain that is later sealed with a topcoat finish. If your paint does not need to be completely redone, we can provide minor touch-ups, buffing, blending, and other repairs as needed to save you time and money.
Paint Restoration Techniques
There are many paint restoration techniques that we consider and do so on a case by case basis depending on how damaged your existing paint job is. If your existing paint job could benefit from a complete overhaul and an entirely new coat of paint, then we will recommend removing as much of the old paint as possible and adding a new layer of fresh paint. If your old pain is somewhat salvageable and you want to restore it using the same or similar color, this can be done with layering techniques, touch-ups, and blending.
Choosing a New Paint
When we talk about a paint restoration project, it usually means that you are considering upgrading your existing paint job with a new color. Whether you decide on a similar color or a brand new one, it is important that the old paint color has been completely buffed away so that the space is well prepared for a new layer of paint. Not only can we remove old and chipped paint, but we are more than happy to prime space so that it is adequate for a new layer of fresh paint.
As mentioned before, priming your surface is incredibly important if you want your paint to be long-lasting. Failure to prime your surface can result in chipped or peeling paint to occur prematurely and even particular parts of your surface to look darker or lighter than others. Fortunately, we are dedicated to providing the best standard of paint restoration possible and we believe this always begins with an adequate layer of primer to prepare the surface.
When the pain has finally been restored, we then have to coat it with a sealant that provides a protective layer of security to your paint job so that it does not chip or peel. Adding a sealant to your paint job can also ensure that it does not say it and is stain resistant over time. We provide professional paint ceiling services to meet all of your needs and to ensure that your paint job is completed efficiently and to the highest standard. You may also want to consider having your paint topped up with a new layer of sealant every few years to ensure that it remains protected and coated.