Interior Paint Beckley WV

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Sherwin Williams Paint Retailer
(304) 253-0265
25 By Pass Plaza Shpg Ctr
Beckley, WV
Margaret Rader Interior Design
(304) 255-0272
339 Rural Acres Dr.
Beckley, WV
Interior Concepts
(304) 255-6808
119 2nd St.
Beckley, WV
White House Interiors Inc
(304) 253-4928
739 S Kanawha St
Beckley, WV

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Sherwin Williams Paint Retailer
(304) 722-3303
1721 Maccorkle Ave
Saint Albans, WV
Interior Concepts
(304) 255-6808
119 2nd St. Beckley
Beckley, WV
Margaret Rader Interior Design
(304) 255-0272
339 Rural Acres Dr. Beckley
Beckley, WV
White House Interiors
(304) 763-3406
Daniels, WV
Sherwin Williams Paint Retailer
(304) 485-7358
605 Grand Central Ave
Vienna, WV
Sunday-10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Monday-7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday-7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday-7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday-7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday-7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday-8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sherwin Williams Paint Retailer
(304) 327-6194
3104 E Cumberland Rd
Bluefield, WV
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Interior Painting

I have done no surveys, but painting must be the number one do-it-yourself project. With the right supplies, quality paint, proper preparation and your own effort, you can restore a brand new look to your rooms or paint your brand new rooms like a pro. Read on as we go step by step:


  • Brushes
  • drop cloth
  • spackling compound
  • roller tray
  • roller
  • painter's tape
  • Paint


Stick with quality brushes. They cost a bit more, but they are worth it in the long run. Clean them after each use and they will last a long long time. You will need a 2 or 2 ½ inch angular sash brush and the same size trim brush. Choose a premium brush with long dense flagged bristles. (Flagged bristles are not square cut but are split on the ends). These brushes will hold more paint and drip less.

Use a synthetic brush when painting with latex paints. Although synthetic brushes can be used with Alkyd paints, I prefer a natural bristle brush.
Make sure the brush holds the bristles tightly. (nothing is worse than a shedding brush)
You will want brushes for cutting in and painting in areas that your roller can't reach. Foam brushes may have their uses, but interior wall painting is not one.


On large flat surfaces rollers work best. You can even buy rollers that are fed from the can via a small pump, however I prefer a simple tray. Rollers should be chosen based on the the texture of the surface and the type of paint...

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