Interior Painting Services
Interior Painting in Phoenix, Arizona
Welcome to ACN Painting LLC, Phoenix, Arizona’s Interior Paint and Restoration specialist. Our Interior Paint and Restoration page will fully explain to you what ACN Painting LLC will perform inside your house for all of your Interior Paint project needs.
ACN Painting LLC has been in the Phoenix, AZ area since 2007, and has been fully licensed, bonded and insured in AZ since 2009. We are members of the Better Business Bureau, Angies List and ASID- American Society of Interior Designers. When providing Interior Paint services in your home around the Phoenix metro area, you can be assured that we keep design of your home in mind when assisting with colors as well.
Here at ACN Painting LLC, we do not believe on pressure or hard selling. We want to ensure all of our prospective clients around Phoenix, Arizona that we are here to help. We know the process of choosing the perfect paint scheme can be tedious work. If the need of an interior designer arises, we have interior designers that we can schedule to meet with you and your Interior Paint specialist to make your Interior Paint project easier no matter where in the Phoenix, AZ area you are located.
ACN Painting LLC likes to educate our clients and we will spend an ample amount of time doing so making our clients feel comfortable. Our Interior Paint Specialists like to be personable with each of our prospective clients. We will provide you with the knowledge that we hold so that you have a good understanding of what the entire process of your interior paint project will entail.
After our client has chosen the perfect interior paint color scheme for each room , there’s another very important decision to make. There are several sheens/finishes to choose from, ACN Painting LLC will provide the benefits of each interior paint finish and you will determine the ones you would like. Below, are the types of interior paint finishes that can be used in your home, and a segment about each finish.
Flat (0-10% Sheen)
Flat is an interior paint with little or no sheen. Many people who do not like shine prefer this finish. Although it touched up better than any other sheen, it has very little or no washability and tends to scuff easier especially in higher traffic areas. . This is a good interior paint finish if you have to camouflage small wall bumps, cracks, or other imperfections, as this finish does not reflect light.
Matte/Velvet Finish (10-20% Sheen)
This type of interior paint has a bit more washability than flat and less shine than eggshell. Probably one of the most popular among both residential and commercial work lately. This paint finish is usually used on interior walls. Can be also categorized as “low luster”.
Eggshell Finish (20-30% Sheen)
If you can picture the very low sheen of the shell of an egg, you have an idea of how an eggshell paint finish is supposed to appear. Personally, I believe eggshells have gotten shinier over the years than where they started. Most are pretty right at 30%, yet some are even closer to 40%, depending on which carrier. In fact, Sherwin Williams, a few years back consolidated eggshell and satin finishes by considering them one and the same. They removed either eggshell or satin from all lines and had only one or the other. With a bit more shine or gloss, it’s good for walls and holds up much better to washing than a flat finish paint.
Satin Finish (40% Sheen)
Satin interior paint finish has a shiny look with a bit less gloss than semi-gloss. It is most often used for windows, doors, trim, or wet area ceilings, but can also be used as wall paint. This is particularly suitable for kids’ room walls, kitchens, and bathrooms, or in areas which get a lot of traffic. Some homowners also do their entire exteriors in Satin and is excellent for exterior doors as well. Satin interior paint finish is formulated to hold up to cleaning and scrubbing.
Semi-Gloss (50% Sheen)
Semi-gloss interior paint finish is most often used on doors, trim, and cabinets in kitchens and bathrooms. It is easily cleaned and lays down a nice, subtle shine, without being too glossy.
Gloss and High-Gloss (60% and 70% respectively)
Gloss and High gloss interior paint finishes have a reflective, almost mirror-like quality. These finishes were very popular pre-1980’s especially with the use of oil base products.Though not widely used in home interiors today, it is becoming more popular for a dramatic look on wood cabinets, trim, and furniture in very formal and very contemporary settings. This is the most rock hard and durable of all finishes.
If you have any questions about your interior paint project or our services, please go to our Contact Us page and call or email us. Our friendly Interior paint specialists are here to help walk you through every step of your project. Check out our Special Offers pages for the latest specials ACN Painting LLC has to offer around the Phoenix, Arizona area. We look forward to serving you.