Our Projects
Interior Painting
  • Cover and protect all furnishings and floors.
  • Remove and reinstall hardware. This includes curtain rods, window latches, switch plates and cover plates.
*******Thermostats and alarm system hardware will not be removed*******
  • Scrape, patch and sand walls.
  • Fill wall and ceiling cracks with spackling compound. When dry, we will sand it smooth. More advanced cracks will receive an application of fiberglass joint tape, and will be spackled and sanded smooth.
  • Scrape and sand rough areas created by previous paint failure.
  • Sand and clean glossy surfaces and trim to assure proper paint adhesion.
  • Apply a stain sealer to water and tannin wood stains.
  • Caulk cracks in wood trim and along wall/trim interfaces.
  • Clean up and vacuum work areas at the end of each day. Debris will be taken away.
  • Label and leave unused paint at the site when the job is complete.
It’s tough to paint a ceiling. It’s not enough to simply slap a few coats on and call it a day. You’ll want to make sure you take the time to properly prepare your room, covering any furniture that might get splashed. You’ll also want to make sure you cut in correctly — and of course, you want to make sure you don’t miss a spot.

At the end of the day, you’re left with a stiff neck and a hurting back. Don’t put yourself through the physical rigors of painting a ceiling — hire a reputable ceiling painting company to take care of the work for you. 
Wallpaper Removal and Installation
Remove any previous wallpaper, making sure to strip all existing material and glue. Your walls will then be cleaned and prepped for paint or new wallpaper.

Apply your wallpaper of choice — be it traditional wallpaper, grass cloth, vinyl, murals or designer patterns, our staff will complete a seamless install. Your room will look great!

Please note: Due to the concealed conditions of existing wall coverings, it may be impossible to estimate the labor of removal and preparation necessary to achieve a properly painted or wall papered surface. Under normal conditions wall covering can be removed properly without damage to the surface; however, sometimes the substrate has not been sealed properly or other hidden conditions may exist. Due to these factors, added labor and material cost may become necessary.
Drywall Installation and Finishing


Exterior Painting
  • Cover and protect all necessary areas.
  • Scrape and sand surfaces of peeling paint. Glossy surfaces will be sanded to assure proper adhesion.
  • Replace deteriorated glazing compound around windows, razor clean window sashes and wash(if applicable).
  • Fill all cracks in wood with latex caulk to lock out moisture. If wood repairs are needed, customer will be notified. Customer may contract with Cruz Painting and Design LLC to do carpentry repairs.
  • Prime areas of bare wood.
  • Clean and remove paint residue and debris. Unused paint will be labeled and left at job site.
Disaster Renovations

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