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Cleaning Up After a Big Paint Job? Here is How to Clean Your Paint Brush the Right Way!

Cleaning Up After a Big Paint Job? Here is How to Clean Your Paint Brush the Right Way!

by Guest on Dec 4, 2016

Have you recently moved into a new house or apartment that you want to give a fresh look? Have you picked out all your paint colors and bought new brushes? If you're equipped with the right supplies to execute your new painting project, you'll need to remember that you've only done half your homework. Continue reading →

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All About Elastomeric Stucco Painting

All About Elastomeric Stucco Painting

by Michael Payson on Feb 19, 2017

Painting stucco can be a daunting task because of its textured surface. As such, executing this uphill task correctly calls for a huge deal of both patience and meticulous skill. Although the job is doubtless tough, painting stucco adds lasting value to your property. Continue reading →

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3 Tips for DIY Home Painters from a Professional Painter

3 Tips for DIY Home Painters from a Professional Painter

by Jamie Cox on Jul 7, 2019

So you have decided that it is finally time to repaint your house, either the interior, exterior or both. The current layer is flaking off leaving small paint chips all over the carpet, or your wallpaper is peeling at the corners or more. Continue reading →

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How to Prepare a Room for Painting

How to Prepare a Room for Painting

by Jim Crawler on Oct 12, 2019

Painting is one of the final finishes you add to your room to beautify it. It’s a project very popular among DIYers and veteran home remodelers because it’s relatively easy, inexpensive, and does not require much expertise (although paying a veteran painter would surely make a huge difference). Continue reading →

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How to Paint High Ceilings

How to Paint High Ceilings

by Guest on Nov 12, 2019

The first thing to do is to get the right tools for the job. Start with the basics and move on to the more serious things you need- cloths to catch drips and clean stains, a paint tray, either plain or with compartments to hold your different paints, brushes of various sizes, a ladder, scaffolding and finally, the paint itself. Continue reading →

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Home Exterior Painting – Signs That Tell You it is Time for a Fresh Coat

Home Exterior Painting – Signs That Tell You it is Time for a Fresh Coat

by Guest on Nov 23, 2019

While looking at your home exterior, if you feel like your home just does not look like the same home that has kept you happy all these years, then it probably time to update its look with a fresh coat of paint. Continue reading →

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How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets the Right Way

How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets the Right Way

by SGV Consulting on Jan 10, 2020

One of the most common questions homeowners have about DIY home painting projects is how do I repaint my kitchen cabinets? You may be surprised to find out that repainting your kitchen cabinets is simple, yet more time-consuming than you expect. Continue reading →

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Painting Preparation for Home Exterior House Painters

Painting Preparation for Home Exterior House Painters

by Darren Smith on Feb 9, 2020

Lots of people are looking to save money for do it yourself projects. Many of these homeowners are wondering if they have the ability and knowledge to take on a home project. Many of the reasons they choose to do this is due to not wanting to invest the financial resources into paying professional painters to come to their home and paint their exterior. Continue reading →

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Painters Helping Residential Homeowners learn about house painting preparation

Painters Helping Residential Homeowners learn about house painting preparation

by Darren Smith on Feb 9, 2020

Many homeowners enjoy doing it yourself projects around the house. Often times they enjoy doing this because they like the opportunity to fix up their home as well as to save money. When it comes to painting either the interior of your home or your exterior, then it is important that you have the knowledge you need to create a great painting experience. There are many homeowners who have never painted their homes. Continue reading →

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How to Calculate the Right Amount of Paint for a Room

How to Calculate the Right Amount of Paint for a Room

by Guest on Feb 13, 2020

Painting a room, no matter how large or small, can create some confusion when it is time to purchase paint. You want to be sure that you get enough without going overboard. However, you also want to have a little extra to fix mistakes or to allow room for error. Very few stores will allow the paint to be returned, especially specialty shades, so it is essential to learn just how to calculate the right amount of paint for a room. Continue reading →

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