Interior Painting of the Kitchen
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in every house. It is used intensively by all members of the family and requires maintenance more often than the rest of the house. When you do maintenance, repairs, or renovations to the kitchen you need to have some understanding of building processes and experience in project management.
Plastering and painting materials that are used for the project:
- Gib Tradeset
- Gib Plus 4
- Easysand Sealer
- Dulux Wash’n’Wear lowsheen
- Dulux Aquanamel
Timeline of the project:
Processes that are followed for the interior painting and GIB stopping:
- Preparation of the GIB
- First coat of plaster to fill the joints and screw holes in sheets
- Second coat of finishing compound
- Top coat of finishing compound
- Sand plaster
- Fill holes and defects/sand
- Apply sealer paint
- Two top coats of paint
In this case, the builder helped the owner of the house and took over the project management part of the building process. He found us through Facebook. We managed to make a site visit on the next day after he contacted us, and our availability allowed us to start work on Monday.
This job involved plastering and painting of the kitchen. Even though the space is quite small, it is important to plan the project, so you have allowed an appropriate drying time for plastering and painting materials to achieve a quality finish. The overall timeline of this project is one week. At the same time, we worked with client’s deadline. It was important to finish the painting work before the kitchen installation.
It is important for us to follow client’s specifications. If a client requests a brand of the paint, we will always work with a client on that. In this case we used Dulux Wash’n’Wear low sheen for walls and ceilings, this makes it much easier to wipe and keep clean.