With the holidays here and winter setting in, our clients are turning their focus to interior spaces. This is the perfect time, as we’ve discussed before, to plan your indoor painting projects and updates, adding fresh color and life to your home during the colder seasons. So, what are the most popular painting projects right
In days gone by, painting indoors almost always had to be completed during warmer weather. Why? Well, windows had to be opened, air circulated, and fumes could linger for days after the painting process was done. For some, that “fresh paint” smell wasn’t a big deal, but for others it created discomfort until it finally
Summers on the east coast can be tricky. Sometimes, we find ourselves soaking in summer storms and dealing with unexpected flooding. Other times, the temperatures soar! During these days, it’s hard to get exterior painting completed. Although everyone knows you can’t paint in the rain, many do not know that painting in extreme heat is
Residential painting is a little like a big family dinner: no matter how well you plan, there are always going to be leftovers. The next question is, what should you do with those leftovers? While some homeowners are tempted to (properly) dispose of the bits left in cans, we have a different alternative to offer.
We’ve spent a good amount of time in the past talking about how essential it is to work with quality paint products. Bargain options may seem attractive, but at the end of the day they create more work, more expense, and less desirable results. In short, quality matters. Today, let’s take a step back in
Despite what home improvement shows and DIY tutorials may say, house painting (inside or out) is not an easy process. The transformations may be alluring, but for the work to be done well it’s essential to have the right tools, products, knowledge, and experience. The first time you try to paint a straight line along
As you may recall, we’ve talked before about the importance of choosing the best paint sheen for your interior painting project. Here’s a quick recap (or you can check out the full article here). Paint sheens progress from flat to high-gloss. Flat paint is dull and not very durable, but it does cover blemishes well