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What’s in Our Toolbox?

Posted by Nolan Painting on April 27, 2015

At Nolan Painting, we take great pride in formulating close, quality relationships with our clients. That said, we understand that an integral part of the painting process isn’t just the color your walls are treated with. It’s about proper preparation and follow through.

While most professional painters have tools on site, we prefer to be completely prepared for any situation, at any time. That’s why our fleet of trucks are fully stocked with both the latest, modern equipment, as well as some products that are tried and true.

The painting process can get messy, but with an innovative toolbox on our side we’ve streamlined the process, giving you a fresh new look in no time. Let’s take a look at some of the products you’ll see on our trucks.

Interior painting projects take a lot of preparation in order to preserve your home and prepare the walls for paint.

The following products help us keep your home protected:

Nolan Painting Products

  • Thick paper
  • Carpet protectors
  • Stairs cover
  • Heavy tape
  • Scrapers for paint and wallpaper
  • 5 in 1 tools for smoothing out rough patches or removing paint and stain
  • Brushes
  • Screwdrivers
  • Screw guns
  • Sandpaper – 80, 120 grade
  • Rolling poles
  • Step ladders
  • Ladders
  • Booties
  • Sanders
  • 3m masks
  • M100 dust mask
  • Spacklers 4-8, 10, 12
  • Spackle
  • Vacuum cleaners with HEPA filters
  • Festool Dustless Sander
  • Caulk guns
  • Sprayers
  • Area sprayers
  • Roller handles Rolling pans with liners
  • Roller covers
  • Plastic covers
  • Water and wall based primer

Glaze and puttyWhile the majority of the tools listed above can be used on the exterior level, we also add additional items that allow us to produce a cohesive look for your home.

  • Power washers
  • Ladders
  • Safety harness
  • Ropes

When we prepare your home, whether it be an interior painting or exterior painting project we take great care to leave everything as we found it, with the exception of the walls, of course.

While it seems like a lot of “stuff” to have on hand, we prefer to think of it as never being without something that might make a significant difference for your paint job.

Contact Nolan Painting today and learn more about how we keep your home safe while painting. Don’t forget to take advantage of our free color consultation!