Another exterior painting transformation in the Nashville area! We love these colors, including the iconic blue porch ceiling…
Price is important, but it's not the only factor you need to consider when looking for a house painter. In fact, it can be a dangerous distraction!
We recently discussed in another article how you can identify a painting contractor who is worthy of your trust. After all, interior painting especially is a close and personal process, and you need to feel comfortable with the painter (or team) that is working within the spaces you call home.
One way that you can know you’ve found a painter who takes your trust seriously is when they display a close attention to detail. And, not just in regard to their painting procedures, but also in regard to how they care for and protect your home.
To show you exactly what we mean, let’s take a closer look at our interior painting protocol.
If you were to line up ten painting contractors and then ask how many of them were really worth hiring, our guess is that you would see at least ten hands be raised.
After all, who wouldn’t want to be hired for the job?
While this might be great for those ten painting contractors, it doesn’t exactly help you find the best candidate to meet your house painting needs. Thankfully for you, there are other ways to weed through the prospective painting pros, selecting the one who really deserves your trust.
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It’s no secret that Nashville’s real estate market has been in the midst of a steady but meteoric rise to prominence during the past decade. At certain points over the past few years, it has been estimated that as many as 120 people were moving to Nashville each and every day. This is undoubtedly due (at least in part) to Nashville’s status as an “it” city. However, the factors driving Nashville’s real estate boom are much more concrete and economic.
Tired of walking into your home and seeing that same-old boring and ugly wallpaper that the previous owners put up? If so, you’re probably in agreement that it’s finally time to tear that thing down. But removing wallpaper is easier said than done. While there are different approaches you can take, it’s important to know what you’re doing to avoid damaging both the wall and yourself.