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Painting and Drywall Services

Customer satisfaction is our prerogative in business. We do everything in our capacity to satisfy every need of a Home Remodeling Contractor should offer to customers. We, at National Renovation, have highly trained as well as qualified painters to perform to the best of their abilities to ensure North Dallas customer satisfaction. We never compromise on our preparation and materials at all. We ensure to follow time-tested techniques to accommodate any special needs of our customers in Dallas, TX.

Our painters in Dallas can take up any painting project. It can range from interior to exterior paintings of residential, commercial, public, as well as industrial buildings. Prompt, professional, and quality work has always been our strength. Add our affordable rates to the services and you have an excellent combination. Ten years of experience will make you feel confident in the ability of the Dallas painting contractors to meet every expectation.


National Renovation offers comprehensive painting services to cater to every situation. We shall explain in brief the various procedures involved in painting.


Drywall Hanging:

Hanging drywall is an equally important procedure as the finishing part of drywall. Our professional painters in Dallas have a great understanding of the concept. Years of experience and use of proper equipment ensure a flawless job.


This is a specialized job. We impart strenuous training to all our tapers. Taping as well as mudding is a part of a standard three-coat process. The first is to apply a tape coat. The second part involves covering the tape coat with a 10-inch trowel. You finish with a third coat comprising of a 12-inch trowel. This will take care of any imperfections and ensure a perfect finish.


Dallas painting contractors are specialists in texturing. You can see our painters doing a terrific job of matching, blending or removing the texture. We recommend the use of the knockdown texture as it is easy to clean, paint and gives your house an elegant look.


Our painters in Dallas can take special care of your house. They understand the importance of preparing well before any paint job. Finishing is a very important part of the painting. We offer a variety of finishes such as

  • Flat: No shine at all but very easy to repair

  • Satin: has a slight sheen to it

  • Egg Shell: Target the areas of the walls and the ceilings experiencing heavy traffic

  • Semi-gloss or high gloss: Extremely shining but not recommended in places of abundant sunlight or artificial light

Walls requiring eggshell, semi-gloss, or high gloss finishes require deep preparation.


This is a messy job. We know the difficulties people face. We consider this aspect by setting up plastic barriers to minimize dust. We ensure a cleanup before we leave the place.


It is very difficult to remove the smell of smoke or fire. However, we undertake to exert extreme caution. You may have insurance coverage for the same.

Let us look at the various levels of finishes and their uses. There are six of them.


Level 0:

This does not require any taping, finishing or accessories. This has used in temporary constructions.


Level 1:

You should ensure that all joints and angles have tape set in joint compound. The surface should be free of the excess compounds. You can expect tool marks and ridges.

Such a finish has used over the false ceilings and in places out of public view.


Level 2:

Ensure to have all joints and angles are embedded in joint compound. You should wipe it with a joint knife and leave a thin coat of joint compound over all joints and angles. This should include fastener heads and accessories too. Though tool marks and ridges are acceptable, the surface should be free of joint compounds. You can use this level on ceilings as well as in garages, warehouses where appearance is not a prime requisite.


Level 3:

In addition to the procedure explained above, you should ensure one additional coat of all joint compounds. Fastener heads and accessories should have two additional coats of joint compound. The surface should be smooth on ridges and marks. You can use a drywall primer prior to application of the finishes. It has use as a suitable base for heavy-medium textured paint finishes.


Level 4:

This improvement on the Level 3 ensures an additional coat of joint paint. There should be no ridges or marks whatsoever. Fastener heads and accessories should have three separate coats of joint compound. You should ensure the application of a drywall primer prior to application of the final finishes. This is the level of standard household and office walls. You can use with light and non-textured finishes. However, such a finish is not suitable for harsh lighting. They can highlight the smallest of imperfections.


Level 5:

Every joint and interior angle should have tape embedded in joint compound. You have to apply two separate coats of joint compound over all the flat joints in addition to the separate coat over the internal angles. Fastener heads require greater attention. You should ensure to apply a thin skim coat of paint to the entire surface. The surface should be smooth without tool marks or ridges. Application of a drywall primer is a necessity. The skim coat is the final leveling agent. It should smooth out the surface to look perfect even under the harshest lighting conditions.


This level has use in the gloss and non-textured surfaces.


You can see the efforts taken by National Renovation in this regard. Painting contractor near me in Dallas, TX have truly skillful painters capable of doing any job under any adverse circumstances. The Dallas painting contractors have earned the reputation of being the best in the business. Thus, you can see customer service is the prime area of concern among these painters of Dallas.

Exterior paint preparation
  • A clean surface is essential for a good paint job. Pressure washer with the proper detergent is the most efficient means of thoroughly cleaning exterior siding. 

  • Scrape away loose paint.

  • Repair any surface flaws.

  • Remove old caulk. Re-caulk around door trim, windowsills and other areas that need to be sealed with a paintable exterior caulk.

  • Repair and re-putty windows. Remove old putty and apply new glazing.

  • Using dropcloths to protect flowerbeds and lawns.

  • Prime bare wood and any area where repairs have been made.

  • Free sample color demonstration

  • Color consultation and schematics

Interior paint preparation
  • Sanding, scraping all peeled and loose paint

  • Power or hand sanding for smooth surfaces

  • Caulking hair cracks and stationary seams

  • Patching cracked, damaged or uneven areas

  • Priming new, raw and exposed wooden parts

  • Masking all floors, lighting and other areas

  • Shielding or covering all furniture

  • Removing wallpaper

  • Using top quality materials

  • Free sample color demonstration

  • Quality workmanship and materials used

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