It’s that time of year again. You’re left sitting on your sofa trying to recover from the stress of ALL those relatives in your home over the holidays! And you’re not the only one showing signs of post-holiday trauma – your home feels it too. In the bustle of the holiday season, accidents are prone to happen: rearranging furniture, making room for the tree, accommodating large groups, etc. all tend to leave their marks on your interior paint. And, those marks should be taken care of. Continue reading
Do you have a pressing interior painting job that just can’t wait until the warmer weather sets in? In the harsh winter conditions, most homeowners don’t relish the thought of painting with the windows open. The question then arises, “Is it safe to paint inside without the ventilation of open windows?” Others may simply be more sensitive to the smell of paints and wonder how they can paint in the winter without excessive exposure to fumes. Continue reading
The process of interior painting tends to raise a lot of questions, and the further you get into the project the more questions you may uncover.
Unless you fall into the category of those who absolutely love to spend an afternoon carefully cutting in around corners and watching fresh swaths of paint appear behind your roller, you may wonder just how quickly you can work through your project. And, specifically, how many coats of paint you’ll need to invest in.
The truth is, the answer to this question is dependent on a number of factors. To give you a ballpark idea, however, let’s take a closer look at a few possible scenarios. Continue reading