Choosing The Right Color For My Walls

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Choosing The Right Color For My Walls

After we moved into our first home, we realized that the color that was on the walls had to go. Although we had initially thought that it was a beige color, the more we looked at it, the more we realized that it had heavy pink undertones. We decided to paint over the color, but we weren't sure how to get started. However, after working with a painter, we had a better idea of what would look nice. He was kind enough to paint a few large patches of color on the walls of our home, and it made a huge difference. This blog is all about working with a professional painter and choosing the right color for your home.

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Proper Care Of Paint Brushes And Rollers

18 January 2016
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If you plan on painting your home in the near future, you will most likely head to a hardware or paint store to pick up supplies. When using paintbrushes and paint rollers, there are several steps you can take to ensure they last for more than one usage. Taking these steps will help prolong the life of your paint products and supplies so they continuously work well at adding color to your walls. Read More …

How To Keep Your Pneumatic Paint Gun Clean

15 January 2016
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Painting your exterior walls is a job that you can complete much quicker if you use a pneumatic paint gun. Whether you buy or rent a paint gun, it is much quicker than trying to paint such a large area with rollers and brushes. However, using a paint gun does require special maintenance of the system. If you do not keep it as clean as possible, it will not work. This article explains some everyday maintenance and cleaning tips to practice while painting your home with a pneumatic paint gun. Read More …

How To Cover Floors And Baseboards

12 January 2016
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Painting is a messy job. Even the simplest paint jobs are bound to require a fair bit of masking off to help control the mess. In general, the more time you spend prepping and masking off the painting area, the cleaner the job will be. More thorough prep work will also speed up the actual painting because you won't need to be wasting time cleaning up spills in the middle of painting. Read More …