Using a roller on trim
We're interviewing painters for our new master suite and four additional bedrooms. We don't want any of the trim to be rolled. Two painters we've spoken to only use brushes, but last night we met with someone and I felt I needed to specify brushes only. The gentleman responded that they first roll but then use a brush immediately so you can't tell they were rolled. This is all new wood, and once you get that pebbly surface on wood, it's hard to ge rid of.
Does anyone know if you can brush out the texture created by the roller? I'm nervous about it. I also don't know if I can trust that they will do a good job unless I follow them around, which I have no intention of doing!