Painting A Garage And Fixing It To Make It Look Like New

Painting And Repairing A Client’s Garage Back To Life In Plymouth

You can see how painting a garage for our client in Plymouth turns out right here. Charlie’s garage isn’t great. Its color is fading, there are lots of nail pops, and there are stress cracks and drywall tape seams that need repairing. Overall, it’s a sad sight to see, which is why he’s bringing in the pros to help clean it up and restore it.

Painting the garage ceiling

You can see how painting a garage for our client in Plymouth turns out right here. Charlie’s garage isn’t great. Its color is fading, there are lots of nail pops, and there are stress cracks and drywall tape seams that need repairing. Overall, it’s a sad sight to see, which is why he’s bringing in the pros to help clean it up and restore it.

Painting the garage ceiling

Garages Need Love Too

Charles has been sitting in his car in the garage for what feels like 10 straight minutes, just staring.

That’s how bad it’s gotten. He’s been counting the nail pops, stress cracks, and seams in his garage walls. He gave up after a certain point because the number stopped making a difference.

Charles needs to paint his garage. More accurately, he needs to have a professional interior painting service paint his garage.

Painting the walls

He picks up the mail from the seat next to him and flicks through it until he something catches his eye: a postcard from Tribble Painting. “What, am I in a movie or something? Nothing’s ever this easy,” he thinks to himself.

Charles shrugs his shoulders, gets out of the car, and walks inside to put down his stuff and contact Tribble Painting.

He picks up the mail from the seat next to him and flicks through it until he something catches his eye: a postcard from Tribble Painting. “What, am I in a movie or something? Nothing’s ever this easy,” he thinks to himself.

Charles shrugs his shoulders, gets out of the car, and walks inside to put down his stuff and call Tribble Painting.

Talking To Tribble Painting

“Hi this is Ashley with Tribble Painting, how can I help you today?”

Charles tells, well vents really, about the shape his garage is in. He and Ashley talk about it and ask each other some questions so they both are on the same page with everything. He eventually agrees to set up a consultation for an estimate.

Ashley with Tribble Painting

“Hi this is Ashley with Tribble Painting, how can I help you today?”

Charles tells, well vents really, about the shape his garage is in. He and Ashley talk about it and ask each other some questions so they both are on the same page with everything. He eventually agrees to set up a consultation for an estimate.

Ashley with Tribble Painting

The Estimate

*Bahnahnaaaahhh*

Charles opens his door at 7 am sharp to see someone wearing a Tribble Painting shirt standing outside. 

Nick with Tribble Painting

“Hi, I’m Nick, the estimator with Tribble Painting. Could you tell me if Charles is home?” Charles greets him and they talk for a bit before going to look at the garage.

While Nick looks around he and Charles trade questions about the project and process. Nick tells Charles that if he accepts the estimate he’ll need to call the office and talk to Jeanette about getting on the schedule.

Jeanette with Tribble Painting

Nick finishes up and gives Charles the estimate, which he says he needs to talk to his wife about.

He calls her and they talk for a few minutes. They end up agreeing to the estimate and handing Nick a deposit check. Nick thanks him and heads out while Charles calls up Jeanette and gets on the schedule.

Painting A Garage & Repairing It

“And there they are,” Charles says to himself, looking at his watch.

It’s 9 am and a Tribble Painting crew is pulling up outside his home. The team gets out and starts unloading while one starts walking up to him.

Rob with Tribble Painting here to paint a garage

“Hi, I’m Rob and I’ll be your project manager. Do you mind if we go on a pre-job walk through to make sure we’re on the same page as to what needs to get done?”

The men go look at the garage. Charles tells Rob what he wants done and they make sure everything is good to go. Once that is done, Rob gives Charles his personal cellphone number in case he needs anything.

Then, they get to painting the garage.

The Painting Process

The Tribble team starts by repairing all of the nail pops, stress cracks, and drywall tape seams. They then sand and prime the patches so the paint will stick better. The final step is to apply two coats of satin acrylic paint to the walls and ceiling.

Charles comes home to find Rob and the team waiting to go on a post job walk through. They want to make sure everything’s up to his standards before they leave.

Charles sees his brand-new looking garage and gives the Tribble team 2 thumbs-up:

After painting a garage for a client in Plymouth Michigan

A Fine Looking Garage

Charles’ garage doesn’t look damaged anymore. The nail pops, cracks, and seams are gone and the garage is a bright new color. It doesn’t even look like the same place anymore and Charles loves it.

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