Our Services

From preparation to lasting finishes


Brush & Roll Painting


Interior preparation involves all sorts of steps allowing painters to complete the project with high efficiency and exceptional quality.#1 of every project is to protect the area where painting is performed.All furniture will be moved to the center of the room and well covered with plastic. Floors will be covered with paper/droop sheets. Customers are supposed to remove wall hangings and fragile objects and place it in safety.Walls & ceilings are prepared with solid checkout for any cracks, dents, damages, nail holes, etc.Walls & ceilings are pole sanded to ensure smooth finish after paint is applied.All wood like frames baseboards etc. are checked out for cracks


All areas with fresh wood/drywall or plaster are primed before painting.There are also specific circumstances when special primers are required.

  1. Stain blocking primer is required (smoker house or water damages and greasy stains), this procedures may elevate the price as the blocking primers are expensive.
  2. Adhesive bounding primer is used for any difficult surfaces ( previously oil based painted walls or varnished surfaces, PVC, metal, aluminum sidings etc.

Painting consists 2 coats of paint rolled and brushed on the walls ceilings and trim/door. At Paintreno.com we pay attention to details, like cutting lines and paint texture to make sure all surfaces looks sharp and smooth.Paintreno.com offers all range of design extras like accent walls which usually are beautiful addition to enhance overall interior experience. Depend on base colour and colour applied, there may be more coats required. For example white paint on previously painted brown walls or covering /painting fluorescent paints.


Spray Painting

Professional Finishes

Airless Spray Painting

This technology is mostly used on freshly built homes or commercial spaces.Airless spraying is characterized by fast paste and great quality finish on the walls and all carpentry. Our company uses it to produce primer for fresh drywall in all house/commercial space. We spray and roll walls and ceilings to ensure smooth base for further painting.  We also spray primer and finish coat on all woodwork (Frames/Trims/Baseboards/Doors/Crown Moldings/Wainscoting/Wall Panels) etc.

HLVP Spray Painting

High Volume Low Pressure technology is mostly used for fine finishes done with lacquers.This type of painting is usually performed on furniture like Kitchen Cabinet. Often partially dismounted furniture is taken to professional spray booth where most of the job is done with air/drying control.


Stain & Varnish

Treat your surfaces to a lasting finish


Staining is a process usually used to add desire colour to the wood. In this case stain is used to expose natural grain of the wood and it takes experienced painter to be done correctly. In most cases staining is performed on stairs to match the hardwood or engineered floor. Different wood and circumstances require different type of stain and finish coat. That is why right expertise is key step in staining. Stain application requires good hand eye coordination and tone /colour sensitivity to ensure finish product looks flawless and uniform.Interior and exterior stains can be solid or semitransparent. Usually solid stains are used on decks, pergolas and other exterior wooden structures. Unless the structures are new they require very good preparation beforehand stain application. As for Paintreno.com preparation is crucial element of every project, there is order of steps we have in place for all exterior wooden structures.

Types of Staining
  1. Water base stain
  2. Solvent base stain
  3. Stain/polyurethane mixes
  4. Gel stain
  5. Solid stain
  6. Semi-transparent stain
Staining Process 

Our standard deck staining process includes:

  1. Power wash
  2. Palm sanding
  3. Floor wood machine sanding
  4. Wood filling
  5. Rotten wood board replacement & repairs
  6. Dust cleaning
  7. Stain application

Most of varnishing is performed over raw or stained wood in order to enhance aesthetics and durability of treated surfaces. There are many water-based or solvent -based varnishes, and usually painter decide which product is right for specific project unless customer hold sufficient knowledge and advise product of his choice.



Addressing the imperfections on your walls

Drywall Repair & Plastering

Paintreno.com offer small to medium drywall repair services including plastering, smooth sanding and priming. This includes ceiling medallion removal and smoothing of stucco ceilings.

Carpentry Repairs

Every once in a while customers ask if we could repair some small carpentry deficiencies. Yes we can. Paintreno.com does not say no to baseboard replacement or trim repair. In case of any project beyond our abilities we offer help from our friendly licensed contractors.


Epoxy floor application

Process of surface preparation and epoxy application on concrete floors

Epoxy Floor Application
  1. Patching: Patches are applied to any large cracks in the floor surface prior to the application of the epoxy to ensure a smooth surface. Smaller cracks are normally not patched as these cracks are normally filled when the epoxy is applied.
  2. Grinding: In order to ensure proper adhesion of the epoxy, we first start by sanding or diamond grinding the floor surface. This opens up the pores of the floor surface and also helps removes the previous coating. It should be noted that this process will not level the floor or correct imperfections. If the floor surface is not level or has many deep cracks, we may suggest parging the floor surface prior to the epoxy application to ensure a smooth finish.
  3. Vacuuming: Before applying the epoxy coating, the floor surface must be completely clear of any debris regardless of how small as it can affect the adhesion and/or finish of the epoxy. We use industrial vacuums to vacuum the floor surface which removes all debris and dust particles. This ensures that nothing is trapped between the floor surface and the epoxy once it is applied.
  4. Application of Epoxy: Finally, 2 coats of 100% solid, commercial grade epoxy is applied to the entire floor surface. The epoxy is applied using rollers and the squeegees. Once the epoxy is applied, it takes about 24 hours before the floor can accommodate normal foot traffic and 7 days before heavy machinery can be used on the floor.