Residential Cathedral Ceilings

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Residential Cathedral Ceilings Services

CertaPro Painters® of East Central Wisconsin offers interior painting services for residential cathedral ceilings or vaulted ceilings. Our team is experienced in providing detailed painting services for interior projects. One of the biggest challenges when it comes to painting homes is the ceilings. If you have heard of a cathedral or vaulted ceiling, you’re probably thinking these ceilings are becoming obsolete, as a flat ceiling is known to be more conventional. However, these homes have become a trendy feature, especially among farmhouse-style designed homes. These ceilings give an illusion of space and allow for more light into the home, making these ceilings more appealing to homeowners.

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to the cathedral or vaulted ceilings is painting these spaces. These ceilings are typically higher than your standard 8- or 10-foot flat ceiling, which makes them tougher to paint. At times, painters will need to bring a commercial ladder or scaffolding to paint ceilings at these heights. Here, at CertaPro Painters® of East Central Wisconsin, we offer premium tools and equipment to professionally paint these ceiling types.

If your home has a cathedral or vaulted ceiling, call today or schedule online for an estimate!

Matt was great at explaining everything. He was very attentive and willing to adhere to my requests.

- Becky M. | Kewaskum, WI

Becky M. | Kewaskum, WI

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Cathedral or Vaulted Ceiling Painting Process

Similar to painting most interior spaces, we apply a similar painting process to a cathedral and vaulted ceiling. CertaPro Painters® prides itself on providing transparent, detailed steps when it comes to managing painting projects. This means our team puts an emphasis on making the painting process seamless for our clients. We care about routines and schedules, doing our best to work with you every step of the way. View below for more details on our process.

1Set Up

It's important when setting up, that we remove or protect any decor or furniture that could be in the path of paint. For vaulted ceilings, it's important that we remove fixtures that could obscure our painting process. Our team will also set up a ladder to reach your ceiling, sometimes this means a variety of ladders.

2Optional - Scaffolding

This step is optional. If the ceiling is too high or difficult to get to, our team will set up scaffolding to comfortably reach these ceilings to provide the proper painting coverage to these areas.


This stage is used for repairs or minor fixes to the drywall, wood, or other building material that is used to construct your vaulted or cathedral ceiling.


Our team will start by painting the edges before painting the main areas, as it's easier to paint from the outside to the inside. We only use premium, high-quality paint to paint your home.


Our painting team removes all painting material from the room, vacuum and sweep the floors and/or carpets (if needed), and move your furniture and decor back, and install your light fixtures, before leaving the job.


Lastly, before we close on the jobs, our job site supervisor will do a walk-through with the homeowner, giving you the opportunity to review our work and provide us with any initial feedback. If you aren't happy with the work, neither are we. Our team will work with you until the project is satisfactory.

Our Completed Painting Projects

View our completed projects of Cathedral or Vaulted Ceilings. Click an image to zoom in.

Living Room Paint Project

Living Room Paint Project

Living room repainted with a Bonsai Tint Sherwin Williams paint color.

Dark Green Interior Room Painting

Dark Green Interior Room Painting

Dark Green walls with lighter shade of green for the ceiling.

Stairwell Interior Painting

Stairwell Interior Painting

Stairwell repainted with a beige color.

Area We Serve

Our team provides painting services for all the listed areas below. Click an area to learn more.