Over the years, we’ve observed that homeowners typically fall into one of two camps when it comes to exterior house painting. One camp says, “There’s no way I would try to paint my own house. I don’t have the time, equipment, tools, or any desire to get sunburned for half a summer on a stepladder.”
Your bathroom is a unique space, and it demands a high level of performance from your paint. Lots of traffic and use (especially if you have a larger family), elevated moisture levels, and the occasional need to wipe down and spot clean your walls all put a lot of strain on the product you choose.
As we’ve discussed before, exterior paint offers a whole lot more than just style. It’s your home’s first line of defense, acting as a shield against premature rot, decay, sun damage, insects, moisture intrusion, and the list goes on… It’s a big deal. Because of that, it’s important to be aware of your paint’s condition,
We recently wrote an article that outlines the importance of investing in a reputable, higher-end painting company, even if theirs isn’t the cheapest estimate in the pile. Analyzing cost versus value makes it clear that the benefits of a job well done offsets a higher price tag, and then some. In case you missed it,