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Three Reasons To Use A Licensed Contractor To Paint Your House

6 October 2017
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In general, a homeowner should avoid using an unlicensed contractor for work they need done to their property, but special attention should be given to a contractor that is painting your house. Unlicensed contractors are common with house painters, and they can be costly when using them. The following are three reasons to use a licensed contractor to paint your home. Licensed contractors have liability coverage Your homeowner's insurance won't cover damage to your property from an unlicensed contractor. Read More …

How To Paint Like A Pro

4 October 2017
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When it comes to home remodels, painting is always going to be one of the most popular DIY projects. The labor is relatively easy, there is no heavy lifting him, the supplies are affordable, and you don't need any special skills. Just about anybody can paint. On top of that, a new paint job can have a major impact on the style of your property. That being said, you want to make sure your paint job looks professional. Read More …

How A Commercial Painter Keeps Your Daycare Looking Clean And Fresh

27 September 2017
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It doesn't take long for a daycare building to show signs of wear with all the activity that goes on every day. Walls show scuffs, smears, and stains, which makes the rooms seem drab and poorly maintained. You'll want to have your building cleaned daily and painted on a regular basis to keep it fresh and sanitary. A commercial painter can help you choose the ideal paints for use around kids and keep the walls in good shape with occasional touch-ups as well as whole-building painting. Read More …

How To Update Faux Wood Paneling And Make It Groovy Again

25 September 2017
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Faux wood paneling, a thin plywood made from vinyl, wood particles, and polyurethane, got popular in the 1970's as an inexpensive alternative to real wood. Like many home d├ęcor fads, it didn't last long. If you no longer find the retro walls 'groovy', you can still update them with paint, which is more cost-effective than replacement. Paint you faux wood panel walls by following this guide: Prepare to Paint the Paneling Read More …