Our Services

From preparation to lasting finishes


Brush & Roll Painting


Interior preparation involves a variety of steps that enable painters to

complete the project with high efficiency and exceptional quality. The

first step in every project is to protect the area where painting will

be performed. All furniture will be moved to the center of the room and

carefully covered with plastic. Floors will be shielded with paper or

drop sheets. Customers are expected to remove wall hangings and fragile

objects and place them in a safe location. Walls and ceilings are

meticulously inspected for cracks, dents, damages, nail holes, etc. They

are then smoothed with FESTOOL sand/vacuum system to ensure a clean finish after the paint is

applied. All wood-like frames, baseboards, etc., are also examined for

cracks, nail holes or nail heads to diminish all inconsistencies.


All areas with fresh wood, drywall, or plaster are primed before

painting. There are also specific circumstances when special primers are

required. Stain-blocking primer is necessary for situations such as a

smoker's house, water damage, and greasy stains. This procedure may

increase the price since stain-blocking primers are expensive. An

adhesive bonding primer is used for challenging surfaces like previously

oil-based painted walls, varnished surfaces, PVC, metal, aluminum

sidings, etc.


Painting consists of 2 coats of paint, rolled and brushed onto the

walls, ceilings, and trim/doors. At Paintreno.com, we pay attention to

details such as cutting lines and paint texture to ensure that all

surfaces appear sharp and smooth. Paintreno.com offers a full range of

design extras, including accent walls, which are usually beautiful

additions to enhance the overall interior experience. Depending on the

base color and the color applied, there may be more coats required. For

example, white paint on previously painted brown walls or

covering/painting over fluorescent paints.


Spray Painting

Professional Finishes

Airless Spray Painting

This technology is primarily used in newly constructed homes or

commercial spaces. Airless spraying is characterized by its fast pace

and high-quality finish on both walls and carpentry. Our company

utilizes it to apply primer to fresh drywall throughout the entire house

or commercial space. We use airless spraying and rolling techniques on

walls and ceilings to establish a smooth base for subsequent painting.

Additionally, we apply primer and the finishing coat using airless

spraying on all woodwork, including frames, trims, baseboards, doors,

crown moldings, wainscoting, wall panels, and more.

HLVP Spray Painting

High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) technology is primarily employed for

achieving fine finishes using lacquers. This method of painting is

typically applied to furniture, such as kitchen cabinets. Frequently,

partially disassembled furniture is transported to a professional spray

booth, where controlled conditions allow for the best possible finish.


Stain & Varnish

Treat your surfaces to a lasting finish


Staining is a process typically employed to imbue wood with the desired color. In this context, stain is utilized to reveal the natural grain of the wood, a task that demands the expertise of an experienced painter to be executed accurately. Staining is commonly carried out on staircases to harmonize with the hardwood or engineered flooring. Varying woods and circumstances necessitate distinct types of stain and finishing coats. This underscores the importance of possessing the right expertise in the staining process. The application of stain requires adept hand-eye coordination and a keen sense of tone and color sensitivity, ensuring that the finished product exhibits a flawless and consistent appearance.

Interior and exterior stains can be either solid or semitransparent. Typically, solid stains find application on decks, pergolas, and other exterior wooden structures. Unless these structures are newly constructed, they mandate thorough preparation prior to the application of the stain. At Paintreno.com, meticulous preparation stands as a pivotal element in every project. Consequently, we adhere to a well-defined sequence of steps for all exterior and interior 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
  7. Tinted oil
Staining Process 

Our standard deck staining process includes:

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

Most varnishing is carried out on raw or stained wood with the intention

of enhancing the aesthetics and durability of the treated surfaces. A

variety of water-based or solvent-based varnishes are available, and

typically, painters determine the suitable product for a specific

project, unless the customer possesses adequate knowledge and

specifically requests a product of their preference.



Addressing the imperfections on your walls

Drywall Repair & Plastering

Paintreno.com offer small to medium drywall repair services including wall skim coat 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 significant cracks in the floor surface before applying the epoxy to ensure a smooth result. Smaller cracks are typically not patched, as they are usually filled during the epoxy application.
  2. Grinding: To ensure proper adhesion of the epoxy, we initiate the process by sanding or diamond grinding the floor surface. This action opens up the pores of the floor surface and aids in the removal of the previous coating. It's important to note that this procedure does not level the floor or correct imperfections. If the floor surface isn't level or exhibits numerous deep cracks, we might recommend parge coating the floor surface before applying the epoxy to achieve a smooth finish.
  3. Vacuuming: Prior to epoxy coating application, it's imperative that the floor surface is completely free of any debris, regardless of its size, as it could affect the adhesion and final finish of the epoxy. We employ industrial vacuums to thoroughly clean the floor surface, eliminating all debris and dust particles. This guarantees that no foreign matter is trapped between the floor surface and the epoxy once it's applied.
  4. Epoxy Application: Finally, two coats of 100% solid, commercial-grade epoxy are administered to the entire floor surface. The epoxy is spread using rollers and squeegees. Once the epoxy is applied, it takes approximately 24 hours before the floor can safely accommodate normal foot traffic, and about 7 days before heavy machinery can be operated on the floor.