Everyone knows that here in New England, the winter months are not the time for exterior painting. But besides that, when is the best time to paint outside? The truth is that spring, summer and fall can all be a good time to paint the exterior of your home, but the spring has several advantages.
Amid the numerous demands of life, it can be difficult to find time for some of the routine maintenance tasks that keep a home or business looking great. Whether it is deck maintenance, window cleaning or touching up the paint in your foyer, the list never seems to get shorter. A.G. Williams is pleased to
As the seasons pass and the weather changes, exposure to the elements can quickly wear out the wood of a deck, leading to splitting, twisting and rotting. In order to prevent this, homeowners and professional painters apply stain or seal the deck and woodwork. Unfortunately, these protective coatings will wear out, so it is important
Painting your home exterior can be an exciting, refreshing event. Exterior paint tends to fade, chalk and break down with exposure to the weather, but a fresh coat of paint will get everything looking crisp and attractive. Even if your siding is in good shape, it can be very helpful to periodically touch up your
Shoes wear out, appliances break, silver tarnishes, and the grass grows again every time we mow it. Nothing lasts forever. With this truth in mind, homeowners are wise to ask a simple question before hiring a painting contractor to repaint their home: how long will this exterior paint last?
A.G. Williams Painting’s Benjamin Moore representative was kind enough to put together some tips of the trade for us to provide for our clients. Here are some Exterior Staining tips that we hope you will find useful.
Many clients and prospects will ask, “Why should I have maintenance painting on my house if I just had the house painted 2 years ago?” Well, the answer is quite simple – Maintenance Painting will prolong the life of your existing paint job, keep your house looking “like new”, prevent potential damage from wear and