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Frequently Asked Questions

How much money can I expect to pay for my painting project?
How long will a painting job typically take? 
How do I choose the right colors for my house? 
How do I select the right sheen? 
How important is surface preparation before painting?

How much money can I expect to pay for my painting project?
There are many factors to consider when determining painting costs. Condition of surface, size of project, and the complexity of the refinishing itself all factor into the price of the project. You can feel confident when you deal with TriQuality Painting you will get a fair offer reflective of what the market is bearing at the time you are planning your project.

How long will a painting job typically take?
We understand the importance of responding and completing the job as soon as possible to prevent interruption in your business and your comfort at home. Therefore, we undertake only one painting project at a time so that your structure will receive 100% of our attention. We will work with your schedule and provide you a time table of completing the work in advance of commencing the painting project.

How do I choose the right colors for my house? 
Choosing the right paint color is no easy task. Everyone’s likes, dislikes, environment, and home are different. The amount, colors, and textures of your floor coverings, furniture, artwork, trees, shrubs, walk ways, roofing tiles, etc… can all affect the outcome of the painted surfaces. Add to the mix the amount of natural light & artificial light and your personal taste and the search for the right color can become daunting. The most important thing to remember is that YOU must feel comfortable with the colors that you choose.

How do I select the right sheen? 
When choosing an interior paint, it is important to select not only the right color, but also the right sheen. A paint’s sheen can affect the look of the paint job, but what is less well known is that it can affect paint performance as well.

Flat Paints: Because they are non-reflective, flat paints tend to hide surface imperfections. It can be difficult, however, to remove stains from flat paints. They are, therefore, good for general use on walls and ceilings in low traffic areas.

Satin Paints: As the name implies, satin paints have a slightly more lustrous appearance than flat paints; they also have better washability and stain resistance. A satin paint is good for wall surfaces in halls, bathrooms and playrooms, or for trim where only slight sheen is desired.

Eggshell Paints: Eggshell paints have more moderate sheen level, somewhat higher than a satin finish. This moderate sheen makes it a perfect in-between product – it has more durability, washability and stain resistance than a satin paint, but it will not highlight surface imperfections as much as a semi-gloss or high gloss paint.

Semi-Gloss Paints: Having a higher sheen than satin or eggshell finishes, these paints are even more stain resistant and easier to clean. They are excellent for use on walls and woodwork that are subject to wear, including kitchen and bathroom walls, hallways, children’s rooms and playrooms, doors, windows and trims.

Gloss Paints: These paints are tougher, more durable, more stain resistant and easier to clean than paints with less sheen Their highly reflective appearance, however, causes them to highlight surface imperfections.

How important is surface preparation before painting?
Very important. In fact, surface preparation (spackling holes, sanding rough spots, cleaning walls and doors with a mild detergent) is the single most important part of any paint job. Common paint problems associated with poor paint adhesion and stain bleed-through can usually be traced back to a lack of surface preparation. A clean, smooth and primed surface is usually best for painting.

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P.O. Box 469 
Phone: 951-845-2216
Office Hours M-F 8:00am to 5:00pm
Beaumont, CA 92223

Serving the communities of Banning, Beaumont, Cherry Valley, Calimesa, Yucaipa, and the greater Inland Empire. Owned & Operated by a Local Cherry Valley Resident