Three Tips For Caring For Your Home's Interior Paint

Posted on: 19 July 2016
Your home's interior paint is essential for determining the overall appearance of the inside of your house. Unfortunately, it can be common for homeowners to make mistakes when it comes to caring for their interior paint, and this can compromise its appearance. To help you avoid this risk, you should make it a point to use the following three care tips for your home's paint. Opt For Mold Resistant Paints For Damp Areas Of The Home
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3 Reasons To Change How Your Business Looks With Commercial Painting Services

Posted on: 18 February 2016
The way your business looks, especially your website, property, and logo, play a large role in your success. It is easy to hire a web designer to create a website that looks great and functions perfectly, while a graphic designer can make your logo into something special. As for your property, you need to get commercial painting services to enjoy some of the benefits that an eye-catching property can provide.
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2 Painting Techniques That Can Hide Imperfections

Posted on: 11 August 2015
The walls in your home can become damaged over time. Whether they get bumped by furniture, scuffed from feet, or worn from the continued rubbing of a pet, your walls likely have some imperfections. Replacing the drywall to get rid of these imperfections can be costly, with most homeowners paying an average of $30 per hung sheet. If you want to update the look of your home's interior without spending the money to replace damaged drywall, here are two painting techniques you can use to hide imperfections.
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The Art of Not Wasting Paint: Tips for DIYers

Posted on: 24 June 2015
Deciding how much paint to buy for a single paint project can be difficult. People who haven't spent much time painting—and even some veteran DIYers—can easily finish up their home remodeling projects with several half-full cans of extra paint. These tips will help you decide how much paint to buy. How Far Will the Paint Go? Paint manufacturers generally state that a gallon of paint will cover between 250 and 400 square feet.
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