You’ll notice that whenever McLain painters prepare your room for painting, we do a lot of pushing and shoving. Not, not against each other – we move furniture, and we’ll get as much of it out of the room. And we mean everything we can possibly move out. You might see us leave bigger pieces of furniture left covered in the center of larger rooms if we are painting, but if we’re removing drywall, it’ll all go out. Drywall dust is fine and plentiful, so we’ll get everything out, because it’ll find a way to settle under our dropcloths.
You’ll also see us take away doors, remove your light fixtures and get any other hardware out of the room. You’ll also see us almost overdo it with dropcloths. We know that even a few drops of paint on a floor will be unacceptable. Our dropcloths aren’t low-grade fabrics, bedsheets or tarps, either.
It’s just another way for us to show you how serious we are in every aspect of painting your property.