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Interior Painting

Before you start choosing colours, think carefully about how you want the finished product to look. You’re not limited to the same colour for all four walls of a room either. Consider highlight moulding in a contrasting colour or a bold accent wall. Also, take a look at the ceiling, is it in need of a coat of paint too?

Ask yourself, do you want a cool shade or a warm colour? Something neutral or saturated? Will the colour you choose compliment existing art and furniture? Whatever you decide, think carefully about what you want because you’ll have to live with your decision for a while – and we want you to love it!

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The Benefits
of Interior Painting

Your Look

Use a fresh coat of paint to rejuvenate the look and feel of your home.

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Clean up
cracks, dashes, dents on walls

Instant cure for common wall flaws that arrive as the result of years of use.

Fix and repair
water damage and leaks

Paint over discolouration on walls and ceilings.

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Pet damage

Anyone who’s ever owned a pet knows they can be hard on a home.

Moving in
and moving out

Whether you’re coming or going, it’s just easier to paint a room while it’s empty.

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Yellowing ceilings
and smoke damage

Smoke and food stains are still a problem for home built in the 70’s and 80’s.

Updating style

Refresh your space with a fresh new coat of paint.

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What if your contractor
could read your mind?

How To
Choose A Paint


When you go to choose paint colour, start with what inspires you as a point of reference. Is there a piece of art or a photograph with a colour you like? Is there a colour in a piece of furniture that you would like to use as an accent? Think about colours that you’re drawn to naturally.

Start Simple

While bold is great (and can often work) you don’t necessarily want to be so bold as to appear eccentric (unless you are eccentric!) If you do go bold, keep it to a maximum of 3 colours and make sure one of them is neutral. Also, keep in mind the type of room and the use that it will get. The study might be a more neutral “professional” colour, while the nursery might be a little more eclectic.

Mix and Match

There are a number of colour combinations that’ll work, so make sure you experiment until you find the one that speaks to you. There are thousands of possible combinations of colour, take your time, be patient and wait for the right colour to come to you.


This is the level of glossiness in a paint finish and varies from very glossy (hi-gloss) to not at all (flat or matte). Flat is good for low traffic areas (i.e. living rooms, bedrooms) while, a higher-gloss stain enamel is great for kitchens because it cleans easily.

Painting Timeline

1. Planning

Choosing the right paint, and matching the right paint to the right surfaces is the first step in planning your paint job. Based on the final look you’re trying to achieve, the right finish will also need to be selected.

2. Setup

After large furnishings are placed in the centre of the room and covered with new plastic sheeting, and all floors are protected with drop cloths, we can start with prepping.

3. Prepare

The surface to be painted will need to be cleaned, dried and a coat of primer will often need to be applied. Also, holes and cracks in ceilings and walls will be filled, stains are sealed, and surfaces are scuff sanded.

4. Paint

Premium-quality paint is applied with a uniform finish. Ceilings are always painted first, followed by walls, woodwork/trim and floors.

5. Cleanup

One way we avoid unnecessary mess is by order the right amount of paint. After painting if finished, furniture and accessories are moved back to their locations. Floors and carpets are vacuumed and swept. All of our materials are removed.

6. Inspect

After our inspection, you are invited to inspect our work and asked to complete the feedback card for the crew.

Moving In and Moving Out

We have a large crew of painters, so we can get in and get out as quickly as possible. All we need is your possession date or if you’re going to list your house so we can get it ready in time.

Our experienced crew will get most jobs done in 1-3 days depending on the size of the home. (If it’s over 2000 square ft. it can often take more time.) The point is, with enough notice and preparation, we can get the job done professionally in a timely manner.

Best Time
of Year To Paint

In B.C. the best time of year to paint the interior of your house is typically October – March. The reason for this is because we often do our exterior painting during the spring and summer months.

If you book us in the fall and winter months, we’ll have more flexibility.

“When is it time
to paint the interior of my house?”

  1. Look is dated
  2. You’re just moved in
  3. You’re moving out and want to sell
  4. Cracking and flaking
  5. Fading
  6. Morphed colour
  7. Exposure

Why Let An Expert
Paint Your Home?


How many horror stories have you heard in your life of someone getting up on a ladder or falling off the roof because they didn’t do it properly, or weren’t tied down. We’re fully insured and our crews operate at the highest level of safety.


Let’s face it, you’re just not going to get the same quality in the same amount of time. We’ll get the project 100% completed so you don’t have to look at something partially done for the next 3 years.


At the end of the day, having professionals do the work will often save money in the long run. Getting the right people to do the job – with the right equipment – is never a bad idea.

Professional Job

It’s an obvious one, but I’ll repeat it once more, getting professionals to do the work will get you a professional job. With Master Painting, you get 3 decades of experience that you cannot duplicate if you DIY.