A Most Important Interior Painting Tool

Written by on October 26, 2013 in Transformations with 0 Comments

A Clean, Well Lighted Place for Interior Painting

Interior Painting

Sandy is one of our experienced interior painters.

Topcoat Finishes prides itself on its clean lines when interior painting. Lines are what all of our eyes follow around a room.

When our eyes pick up something that doesn’t look right, it is a distraction from the desired effect. Surfaces must be clean, as well as the entire work area.

That being the case, it is standard procedure at Topcoat for the vacuum, or dust extractor, to be present at all times on the job.

interior painting

Last one to leave…

Clean, Efficient Interior Painting

The dust extractor is always among the first paint tools brought in to a job, and it is undoubtedly the last one to leave at the end of the job. That way, it is always easy to access in the Topcoat truck.

There is a system for everything that we do, and a method to our efficient madness.

Interior painting

Topcoat only uses HEPA vacs.


Topcoat invests considerable energy and resources into creating these systems and sharing the results. A few years ago, we partnered with one of our industry leading manufacturers to help raise the bar for paint contractors, their employees and clients.

We believed enough in the need for better job conditions to make Topcoat a pilot or model of what that should look like.

The results are impressive, enjoyed by our company and our clients alike.

And we encourage you to settle for nothing less.




Scott Burt

About the Author

About the Author: Scott Burt is a contractor and freelance writer whose column "From the Field" has appeared in American Painting Contractor magazine (www.paintmag.com) since 2008. His writing and projects also appear in other print and digital venues. .


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