Great Plains Painting
Interior Painting Experts
Benefits of Interior Painting Services in KC
- Fix dings and cracks in the drywall
- Protects drywall/trim against moisture in high humidity areas such as bathrooms
- Change the colors and give your home your own unique style
- New low VOC paints reduce fumes and promote healthy air quality
- New paint is one of the most cost-effective ways of giving your home an updated look and feel
- New paint can change the way you feel about your home
Interior Painting Experts
KC Interior House Painting Services
Our Kansas City interior painting projects consistently receive great reviews. Great Plains Painting paints all kinds of homes from small apartments to large luxury homes. Walls, ceilings, trim, doors, cabinets…whatever you want to be painted we can paint. Our focus is to treat every job with the same attention to detail, quality, and professionalism.
If you want a quality job, you should consider hiring a professional interior house painter. There are many variables to painting inside someone's home. How will the trim be painted, brushed or sprayed? How much furniture is there and how will it be moved for access? Are repairs needed on some of the drywall before painting? Is flooring going to stay or is it being replaced after painting? Hiring in-experienced painters can produce undesirable outcomes in any of these areas.
Committed to Getting the Job Done Right
If you hire Great Plains Painting, you can trust that we are committed to getting the job done right. With our knowledge and experience in painting the interior of homes all across the Kansas City area, we’re confident that we can do great work for you and get you what you need and want..
Whether it is 3 or 4 rooms or the entire interior of your home, our goal is to provide our clients with a great painting experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
Costs, especially on interior are dependent on many factors. We’ve painted small projects for $2,000 and we’ve done extensive, complex large projects for $15,000+. Our estimators can help to balance your wish list with your budget.
We recommend writing down a list of everything that you want before you meet with our estimator. This gives us a great place to start and completing everything on it would be the ideal project for you.
Then communicate with us about what your budget is and if we can match everything on your list with your budget, GREAT! If not, we’ll work with you to decide what’s most important to you at this time, and narrow the list to the things that are most important that fit in your budget.
It depends on what’s getting painted. Ultimately, we avoid oil based products because of their high VOCs, high odor, and difficult cleanup. In some applications however, oil is the best product for the job. We use oil based primer when we’re painting over lacquer (wood finish) trim work because it will produce the best bond and resist any tannin bleed through.
Water based paints and enamels are high tech, easier to work with, low odor and low or Zero VOC, and produce a high quality finish. Nearly all applications we address we use water based wall and ceiling paint and water based enamel (for trim work & doors).
Of course each home and each customer has specific needs so if you do, discuss it with your estimator and we’ll be able to offer our recommendations and work with you to find the right product for your specific need.
We’ve used them all – PPG, Behr, Benjamin Moore, and Sherwin Williams. If you ask for our recommendation Sherwin Williams line of interior products are the best value for your money. We like their SuperPaint or Cashmere paints for walls, ProMar Ceiling for ceilings, and ProClassic enamel for trim and doors. When you buy as much paint as we do you expect a top quality product and top quality service from your paint provider. Sherwin Williams continues to provide us with both.
Of course, if you have a product that’s your favorite let us know and we’re happy to price your work using that product.
This is dependent on what’s being painted and if there is anything else that is happening in your home (remodeling, flooring, or other work). In general we put our projects together in the following sequence:
Protect: cover flooring as necessary, remove light switch/outlet covers, remove blinds, and tape or cover anything else we don’t want paint on
Repair: patch drywall and fix cracks if necessary and caulk/putty trim work if necessary
Prime: spot prime any new drywall mud or patches
- Ceilings are generally first
- Trim is next
- Walls are last
Cleanup and final touchups
This process varies project to project, but that’s the general sequence of what we do.
This depends on how much painting we’re doing and what type of painting we’re doing. On the short side your project could take as little as 1 to 1 1/2 days if it’s small. In other cases it may take as much as a couple of weeks.
Based on what you would like done, your estimator will be able to provide you with an approximate timeframe of how long your project will take.