Deciding WHEN to invest in your new exterior paint is a big choice! Here’s a look at the pros and cons of waiting until spring, and another budget-friendly option you may not have heard of…
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!
Choosing the perfect paint for your nursery is about more than just choosing the perfect color. Here are a few safe product tips and ideas to keep in mind!
Trying to find the perfect sheen for your living room? Here's a quick guide to help you make the very best choice.
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 always fun to score a good deal, right?
Whether it’s something small like a pair of pants that finally went on sale, or maybe an awesome deal on appliances over a holiday weekend, it feels good to come out ahead with a jingle in your pocket.
Sometimes, however, going cheap becomes similar to cutting corners, and delivers long-term frustrations after that initial savings. “You get what you pay for” is an old adage, but it really rings true in many circumstances.
Today, let’s apply this concept (and warning) to the world of interior and exterior house painting. Is more expensive paint worth it, or are you falling for awesome marketing?
In our last blog post, we tried to pique your creative fancy with 5 ideas for painting brick within your home. After all, brick painting isn't straightforward; you'll have to give a potential project some thoughtful consideration before you pull the trigger.
Today, we're here to continue our series of blogs on brick painting with this inspirational list of what painted brick exteriors can look like. Give it a look, and when inspiration strikes, give us a call! We'll help turn your vision into reality.
If you’ve ever walked into your local Sherwin Williams full of hope, vision, and optimism, ready to find the perfect exterior house paint, only to exit an hour later, feeling dizzy, confused, and frustrated, take comfort in knowing that you’re not alone. With such a vast palette at your fingertips and an infinite number of possible color combinations, finding the right color scheme for the exterior of your home is a daunting task.
Fortunately, we’ve painted a house or two in our time and are happy to share a few hard-learned (but tried and true) tips.
With a building material as common as brick, homeowners often look for ways to spice up what can be a drab or dated part of their home. But despite its simple appearance, brick is surprisingly complex. Wondering if painting your interior or exterior brick walls is right for your home? We’ve got you covered! Read on to discover whether or not you should paint your brick.
Whether you’re considering putting your house on the market to sell, or you just want to give your home a face-lift, there are many different things that you can do to ensure that your home is putting it’s best foot forward. The old saying goes that you should never judge a book by its cover, but if we’re being honest, we’ve all been guilty of doing it anyway. Indeed, the cover of the book matters a lot more than it should, and that is what the idea of “curb appeal” is all about.
Buying a home is a big deal! In fact, for most people, it’s the most significant investment they will make over the course of their entire life. The stakes are high, but prospective houses can be difficult to evaluate for the novice home buyer. Here are a few questions that should help you uncover any hidden problems with the home you’re thinking about buying.
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.