Starting with a smooth, even surface is the foundation of a good paint job.

Skim coating is one of the most important skills a good painter can have. Before primer is applied, or paint is rolled, a layer of skim coating can help smooth over and repair imperfections and damaged areas on walls and ceilings.

Skim coating can be applied to:

  • Water damaged drywall and plaster
  • Dents, nicks, scratches
  • Holes, gouges, and gaps
  • Cracks and fissures
  • Delaminated and damaged areas caused by wallpaper removal