Builder painted. The job was so awful we repainted immediately upon moving in. The painting company had all sorts of problems. Apparently the builder didn't prime and the sheetrock has no
texture - so builder paint went directly onto the sheetrock. The tapers were bad and left taping lines - so paint looks both bad because it was ugly and bad sheetrocking/taping. We had the builder repaint several times and still ugly. We thought it was a really bad painter.
1: The walls are not straight. What we thought was paint lines are actually crooked walls and sheetrock & taper lines and blobs.
2: The new paint job easily peels off the wall taking the builder's paint with it. So the spot is bare sheetrock.
Help: How do I fix a paint hole? And what can we do to hide "wavy wall syndrome"?
the builder used flat latex paint - they spayed it on, the painters had never heard of the brand of paint. The weather was a bit cool when they sprayed, so don't know if it was really thinned out - kinda silly we thought the lines were roller marks. DUH! The front of the picture frame leaning against the wall - pulled the paint off the wall. I cut the paint so the picture could be moved.
It's been 2 weeks since the rooms were painted but - Lesson learned - don't allow anything to touch the paint. Not sure how to actually hang pictures without the lower edge removing the paint.