You like your current trim and doors through out your home and you just can not bare the thought of painting that beautiful wood. Plus once the trim is painted it is nearly impossible to remove all the applied paint if you would like the wood to be seen again which would mean removing the paint. Retoning
To change the color of your trim takes a bit more than applying a darker color stain that is currently on it now. The process is a multi-step process that I will explain in detail but starts with choosing a color to which to aim for.
We sometimes find on beautiful cared for wood trim, doors and banisters the colors fade over the time from different amounts of exposure to the suns rays.The windows sills are sometimes sun bleached as were the crown molding is nearly original bit with changes in trends and tastes over time we are called to freshen or darken the current stained wood.
This process and products used with a High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) will provide a flawless finish when used by a experienced professional. Brush strokes will not be visible.
If you have a project of trim, doors or cabinets that could need a freshening with a new coat of stain we would be happy to talk with you on the upcoming project.
Please et me know if I can answer any questions regarding this or any other painting questions. You may reach me at 978-683-9119 or at http://www.ramsdenpainting.com
Ron Ramsden, owner
serving the Merrimack Valley