"Hi, I'm Robert Bryant..I moved from Mississippi recently, with my family, for a new business opportunity. Being a professional painter and handyman with over 26 years experience, my abilities speak in high volume. My experience includes pressure washing/bleaching houses, fences and concrete. I paint interior and exterior, do wall papering, small drywall work, and replace wood. I am courteous, trustworthy, and committed to providing quality work and a pleasant experience. Thank you."
Most interior painting projects will present corners and edges. Corners, trims, splashes and accents will require cutting in — which generally requires the most patience, preparation and skill. There is a lot of debate among painters whether it is better to cut in before or after applying the roller. Solo painters may want to prepare the surfaces first, apply painter’s tape where required and cut in before applying paint to the rollers. Painters working in teams can split cutting in duties in sections while other team members are applying paint with rollers.