Refresh, Not Replace
It is inevitable that kitchen cabinets will eventually show wear. As a result, it can be a natural inclination to want to replace these old, existing cabinets. However, this is not always necessary. It is possible to be out with the old and in with the new without replacing your cabinets. Allow Jamison Bros. to freshen up those old cabinets so that you have the new feeling without the old hassle of a full replacement.
We will make sure to thoroughly clean and wipe down your cabinets prior to any paint application. A bonding primer will then be applied to the cabinets followed by sanding and vacuuming. This will set up for a nice, smooth surface to be painted on. Two coats of Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel will then be applied for the proper coverage and final finish. Jamison Bros. will give those old cabinets the makeover that you want, for the kitchen or bath you deserve.
At Jamison Bros. we want our clients to expect the high-quality precision work that we expect from our contractors.
- Arrive on time
- Complete project by deadline
- Treat you with courtesy and respect
- Use the best products available to make every project exceptional • Keep our tools and supplies organized
- Make every attempt to keep our dust to a minimum
- Protect all areas and surfaces not to be painted
- Remove our trash
- Appropriate language and attire
- Keep the homeowner informed about progress, any concerns, changes, recommendations, etc.
The painting process – from start to finish – should be clean and completed with as little disruption as possible. While any project can take more steps or less steps, these are the basics of how we do things.
Show up promptly and (if possible) establish a space that is out of the way to keep some of our supplies
Move as much as possible from the area(s) to be painted
Protect, mask off, and cover any items and spaces not to be painted – floors, furniture, countertops, etc.
Vacuum any dust and clean anything that would prevent adhesion of paint to surfaces to be painted
Perform any necessary preparation – patch, sand, prime, fill nail holes, caulk, remove outlet covers and light fixtures, etc.
Apply the appropriate number of coats to achieve desired result
Remove masking and drop cloths
Clean up any dirt and dust caused by the painting process and get rid of all our trash
Replace anything we removed from the space