Refreshing interior walls with a new color or coat of paint is an affordable and simple way to make an impact in your space. Before beginning your next interior paint job, there are some supplies to consider that may make the task easier and more enjoyable. We have rounded up our six must haves for the job. [Read more…]
As the weather outside is warming up, people are moving to the exteriors of their homes to create clean, refreshed spaces. With that, you may be gearing up to paint the exterior of your home. Though this may seem a simple DIY project to tackle on your own, there are a few pitfalls that could be made in the process. Before finding yourself in one of these blunders, learn from these 5 common exterior painting mistakes. [Read more…]
Inside or out, your home will eventually need some new paint. You’ll want to keep it looking good and protected for years to come. However, painting your house takes time, and resources, that you simply may not have. Should you decide to hire a professional painter, we’ve put together a list of things to consider before you sign on the dotted line. [Read more…]
With a good inspection and decent maintenance, you can keep that new exterior paint job looking new for years to come. Your house is exposed to the elements year round, from excessive heat to excessive cold, wind, rain, and snow. Here are a few tips for maintaining your home’s exterior paint job.
Mold and Mildew
In the shaded and damp areas of your home, mildew can start creeping in on your exterior paint, especially after a couple years of exposure to the weather. Here’s what you can do to keep it at bay: [Read more…]
So you have done your research on painters, collected estimates, reviewed bids, hired an exterior painting contractor for your home, and are now scheduled for the season. Below is a list of things you can do as a homeowner to help out your painting company before the crew shows up and gets going on your project. [Read more…]