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At Campbell Painting & Custom Renovations, there's no job too big or too small. Whether you have a condo, office or large home, we have the tools and expertise to transform your space into something beautiful...on the inside or the outside.

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Painting and finishing are two important phases of a home renovation or construction project that focus on enhancing the aesthetics and protecting various surfaces within and outside a building. Here's a more detailed explanation of each:


  1. Surface Preparation: Before painting, it's crucial to prepare the surfaces properly. This involves cleaning, sanding, and, in some cases, patching or repairing any imperfections, such as cracks or holes. Surface preparation ensures that the paint adheres well and provides a smooth, even finish.

  2. Priming: In many cases, a primer is applied to the surface before the actual paint. Primer helps with adhesion, seals porous surfaces, and can even out the color and texture of the substrate. It also enhances the durability of the paint job.

  3. Choosing Paint: Selecting the right type of paint is essential. There are various types of paint, including latex, oil-based, and specialty paints like enamel or epoxy. The choice of paint depends on the surface being painted and its intended use. For example, bathrooms and kitchens might require moisture-resistant paints.

  4. Color Selection: The color of the paint is a critical decision that significantly impacts the overall look and feel of the space. Homeowners often work with color consultants or interior designers to choose the right color scheme that suits their preferences and complements the room's purpose.

  5. Application: Paint can be applied with brushes, rollers, or sprayers, depending on the surface and the desired finish. Multiple coats may be needed to achieve the desired color saturation and coverage. Professional painters ensure that the paint is applied evenly without streaks, drips, or other imperfections.

  6. Drying and Curing: Paint requires adequate drying and curing time between coats. Proper drying and curing are essential to ensure the paint adheres well and provides a durable finish. The drying time can vary depending on the type of paint used.


  1. Finishing Materials: The term "finishing" can encompass a range of materials used to enhance and protect surfaces. These materials can include stains, varnishes, lacquers, and clear coats. The choice of finishing materials depends on the surface and the desired appearance.

  2. Wood Finishing: Wood finishing, for example, involves staining and sealing to enhance the natural beauty of the wood while protecting it from moisture, UV rays, and wear and tear. Stains can be used to change the wood's color, while varnishes or clear coats provide a protective topcoat.

  3. Metal Finishing: Metal surfaces may be finished with coatings like paint, powder coating, or plating. The choice depends on factors like the type of metal, its intended use, and aesthetic considerations.

  4. Furniture and Cabinetry: Finishing is critical for furniture and cabinetry. In this context, finishing can involve staining, varnishing, or applying specialty finishes like distressing or antiquing techniques to achieve a desired look.

  5. Floor Finishing: Floor finishing typically involves applying a protective coat, like polyurethane or wax, to protect the floor's surface from foot traffic, spills, and abrasion. It can also enhance the floor's appearance.

  6. Protection and Aesthetics: The primary purpose of finishing is to protect surfaces from environmental factors and wear, but it also plays a significant role in enhancing the visual appeal and texture of various materials.

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