Protecting your home and personal items is the first priority.
We will relocate furniture (typically to the center of the room) for easy coverage and safe distance from painting surfaces.
Covering furniture and fixtures
We will cover furniture and fixtures tediously with painter's tape and plastic. We will carefully remove outlet plates and any other items we want to keep safe from paint residue.
We cover all finished floors. We will either lay a roll of painter's paper covering a few feet from the walls or we will use fabric tarps depending on the job.
We take pride in our surface preparation.
Interior Surface Preparation
We will examine walls for unwanted nail holes, dents, cracks, or stains. We will apply caulk, spackle, putty, or other to repair the surface, followed up by sanding to create the ideal painting foundation. Finally, we will clean up all the dust and debris so we don't dirty the paint. This includes sweeping, wiping walls and trim with wet rags, and dry brushing windows and corners.
Exterior Surface Preparation
First, we pressure wash to remove any dirt or mildew. Pressure washing ensures the paint will have the best seal to the surface. Next, any loose paint is scraped, glossy areas are sanded, Rust Bullet is applied to rusty nails or metal, and gaps are caulked to prevent water intrusion.
We use premium paint products for every job.
Priming is very important in preserving your home. Interior priming is done mostly with new construction jobs. It can also be used when going from a light color to extreme dark or vice versa. Exterior priming is essential and it helps to highlight areas that must be caulked.
We either roll/brush or spray depending on the size of the job. Two coats of premium-quality paint are applied to create a uniform finish. Upon completion, we will thoroughly inspect the walls and touch up any missed spots.
Paint isn’t just for looks. Wood staining adds a layer of protection from the harsh weather. Mildew and mold will have a tougher time adhering to the paint or stain rather than just raw wood.
Fine line painting can produce quality murals and accent walls with ease.
We want all of our customers to be happy with the job they hire us to perform.
We remove all of our materials, vacuum and sweep your floors and carpets, and move your furniture, fixtures, and décor back to where they belong.
Once we feel the job is complete, we will ask the customer and/or general contractor to walk around to see if they notice any imperfections. This gives you and (if applicable) your contractor the opportunity to review our work and provide initial feedback. If any aspect of your paint job is not satisfactory, we will fix it on the spot!
Coastal Living Room
Beauty in Blue
Lovin' the Contrast
Clean and Fresh
How Sweet It Is
Based on the Outer Banks, Painter Contractor Meagan Gomez has spent more than 25 years of her life as a striving artist calling this beautiful vacation area, Home. With an Associate in Fine Arts Degree, Ms. Gomez has had the privilege studying the History, media, and form of Art. Her passion for Art has led her to painting homes professionally as a career. Obtaining multiple jobs over the years under several well-known Professional Painters in the area, she has gained 10 years of experience. This year she started her own business called Fine Line Painting with the intent to prove her devotion to each and every job. Promising more than exemplary results finished by a professional who takes pride in every detail. Being a young woman in this line of work adds fire to her determination to succeed not only as a painter, but also as a person; and as a mother. In her spare time, she enjoys chasing around her 2 year old named Kingston and traveling the world with her little family.
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