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Prime & Top Coat Paint Options

(For Interior Use)

Available ONLY for Our Paintable Wood / Paint Grade Options of: Birch, Maple, Pine, or Poplar.

Birch is the BEST, as it is most resistant to humidity and temperature changes.

PRIME PAINT OPTIONS:

Prime White

Prime Black

TOP COAT  PAINT OPTIONS IN 2 BRANDS:

Benjamin Moore Stocked Paint Options

White Dove

# OC 17 – SATIN

White Dove

#OC 17 – SEMI-GLOSS

Simply White

# OC 117 – SATIN

Simply White

#OC 117 – SEMI-GLOSS

Super White

# OC 152 – SATIN

Super White

#OC 152 – SEMI-GLOSS

Sherwin-Williams Stocked Paint Options

Bright White

# SW 7007 – SATIN

Bright White

#SW 7007 – SEMI-GLOSS

Pure White

# SW 7005 – SATIN

Pure  White

#SW 7005 – SEMI-GLOSS

Alabaster

# SW 7008 – SATIN

Alabaster

#SW 7008 – SEMI-GLOSS

Snowbound

# SW 7004 – SATIN

Snowbound

#SW 7004 – SEMI-GLOSS

Summary of Painting Services

 

When we Prime or Top Coat Paint your vents, we use a 4 way spray so that it gets the paint into the small crevices to protect the wood for later on down the road. The colors you use for your vent will depend on the color of the surface which will surround your vent. Fortunately, we carry a vast supply of staining and painting solutions to help your wood vents match virtually any surface.

We stock certain Benjamin Moore and Sherwin-Williams paint colors as listed above. Furthermore, we welcome special paint color requests to assist you in getting the perfect piece.

After the Top Coat paint is applied the final step is to apply the finish to it so it can seal the wood vent from condensation, heat, and humidity changes over the years. We use a durable clear coat finish that is either Satin or Semi-Gloss for paint options. The finish is your choice.

Our Paint Grade Options of wood include: Birch, Maple, Pine or Poplar. Birch is the best as it is top notch to paint with tight pores and grain, and it is the most resistant to condensation, temperature or humidity changes. Yes, most any wood will paint, however, you do not normally want a grainy wood such as Oak, as it would take 10 coats to cover the grain, which would still keep popping through the paint. You also do not want a wood which would have a lot of sap which prevents the paint to adhere properly to this area.

DON’T SEE YOUR COLOR LISTED?

IF YOU NEED A CUSTOM COLOR, SEND US YOUR BRAND, COLOR NAME & COLOR CODE

Often we can purchase the paint. There will be a fee to purchase the quart or quantity of paint, as well as the paint service.