Recent Blog Posts

  • Wood Paint Adhesion

    October 15, 2017
    Whether your home is newly constructed or purchased from a previous owner, painting its exterior is the first step toward putting your personal stamp on the home.
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  • Choosing Interior Paint Colors

    February 1, 2017
    Picking paint colors that you want to use inside your home is not an easy task because in all likelihood you will actually want them to last a while. Here are some things that you should consider when picking interior paint colors:Does it “fit” with your home?
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  • Painting the Exterior of Your House This Summer

    July 1, 2016
    Painting the exterior of your house is an opportunity to spiff up the appearance of your home and extend the life of your exterior. Before you start painting the exterior of your house this summer you will need to prep and clean the exterior of your home thoroughly.
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  • Removing Lead-based Paint

    April 1, 2016
    Lead-based paint refers to paint that contains lead as an additive. Lead is used in order to speed up drying process and increase durability. It’s also known for improving the paints moisture resistant properties, thus reducing corrosion or rot.
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  • Guide to Paint Finishes

    November 1, 2015
    Whether you own your home or rent, chances are you will eventually spend a little time with the paintbrush and roller. One of the first things you need to do before painting is make a decision: what kind of finish do I want? First off, exactly what is a finish?
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  • Going from Wallpaper to Paint

    November 1, 2014
    When renovating a room in their home, many people make the choice to go from paint to wallpaper. Generally, the only preparation needed is to fill holes or damage to the wall and then simply hang the wallpaper.
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  • Know Your Wood When Selecting Paint

    June 1, 2012
    How well exterior paints and stains adhere to wood is a direct result of wood properties and the various manufacturing processes. Dense wood shrinks and swells more than light wood, which stresses paint and solid-color stains and causes them to chip or peel prematurely.
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  • Tips For Staining Your Wood Deck

    March 1, 2012
    Staining your deck is a fairly simple task and it can keep your deck looking vibrant year after year. If your deck needs to be stained, here’s how to do it: Clean it Take your grill, furniture, etc. off of your deck and get out your pressure washer.
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