Welcome to Charlestons Best Painters

West Va. Licence # 2435-3604

Who we are:

We are a collection of hand picked contractors in the area chosen for their expertise, experience and specialty. This is custom tailored to you based on the job requirements.

Say goodbye to that faded, dingy, peeling paint! We will make it look like new again!

Services

  • RESIDENTIAL
  • RENOVATION AND REMODEL
  • REPAIRS- many of the homes in this area are old and need of repairs.
  • Let us take care of the work!
  • Additional services: Tile, ceramic, granite
  • We also do Ceilings, using the skim coat technique
  • We put Drop cloths on every site to protect everything

what people are saying about us:

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Types of Wall Paints and Finishes

There are five types of paint finishes, categorized by their reflectiveness:

Flat/Matte

Flat paints (also called matte paints) have the least amount of shine. They provide the most coverage of any other paint and require fewer coats to cover imperfections like nail holes. While they’re great for coverage, they’re the least durable type of paint and will be damaged if treated with cleaner, so they’re best used in low-traffic areas, like dining rooms, and surfaces that won’t be touched much, like ceilings.

Eggshell

Eggshell finishes are a very popular paint finish. They’re slightly more lustrous than flat paints (with the delicate low sheen of an eggshell), they still cover imperfections, and they’re more durable than flat finishes (though still not quite as durable as satin or gloss finishes). Eggshell paints are great for places with low or medium traffic, like living rooms, hallways, and entryways.

Satin

Satin finishes are the most common interior paint finish. They have a velvety sheen and are easier to clean than flat and eggshell paints, which makes them a great choice for high-traffic areas like kitchens, playrooms, family rooms, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. (Before you use a satin paint, be aware that their sheen unfortunately is more apt to reveal brush strokes, making touch-ups slightly tricky down the line.)

Semi-gloss

Semi-gloss paints are shiny and reflective. They’re extremely durable and mildew-resistant, so they’re best used in rooms that get a lot of wear and tear or moisture, like kids’ rooms, kitchens, and bathrooms. They’re also great for trim. As a glossier finish, they will show imperfections more than less shiny paints

High-gloss

High-gloss paints are the shiniest paint finish of the bunch. They’re also the most durable and washable, so they can handle daily scrubbing. Consider this family of paint for doors, trim, and cabinetry. In addition to being an interior paint, high-gloss can also be used as an outdoor detail as well, on things like shutters. However, prep work is important when using this finish—it can show many imperfections when applied incorrectly.

Latex

Easier Cleanup, and less toxic. This is a paint whose binder consists of a latex that is usually a synthetic resin polymerized in water phase. The main difference between acrylic and latex paint is that while they are both water-based, acrylic paint contains chemicals. Choosing Latex is best for Walls, ceilings, and some Furniture.

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