Painting

Capital Construction offers a full line of professional paint services. Our exterior painting process ensures the longest life and most protection for your home. Exterior paint services also include power washing, rotten wood replacement, shutters, flaking paint, lead based paint testing, restorative services for gatored paint on old wood, metal priming and painting, doors, windows, decks, porch floors and much more. We are a full service house painting and sheetrock contractor serving the Memphis area.

Capital provides interior paint services like walls, ceilings, trim, sheetrock repairs, doors, windows, garage floors, cabinets and more. We proudly use only professional grade products. With our large volume buying power, these state of the art products are less expensive than cheap paint from a big box store adding even more value to our services.

 

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Sheetrock

Whether the cable guy stepped through your ceiling or you are ready to get rid of all the old dark paneling in the great room, our staff can offer new construction prices coupled with the red-carpet service you’d expect from Capital. 90% of our work is done in occupied housing. Our containment systems keep the most amount of dust out of the rest of your life.

Collierville, Germantown, Lakeland, Arlington, Eads and 45 miles in any direction from the Memphis metro area are no problem.

 

Plan the budget

Costs will vary greatly, depending on price and quality. Choosing mid to upper-grade paint, expect to pay in the area of $350.00 in paint alone for a 2000 sq. ft. house. Add another $100 to $200 in brushes, rollers, pans, tape, and other materials. Don’t forget food, if you plan to feed your workforce. When it comes to materials, not all paints are equal. Some truly cover with one coat, some say they do but don’t. Your costs will double if you have to apply two coats to everything, so buying the cheaper paint might cost more in the long run. Trust your paint professional salesman (to a certain degree) to tell you which paint to buy. You can generally go cheap on primer, expensive on top coats.

 

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