Some painting projects can be a little bit more difficult than others. In particular, painting a bathroom can sometimes be a challenge, due to the moisture and high humidity that allow mold and mildew to grow on your ceiling and walls. Here’s an easy way to kill mold and mildew. Read More
Many professional painters suggest removing doors and placing them on sawhorses or blocks to make them easier to paint. Read More
Decks are one of best additions to your home. They can be transformed into a great outside room or can become the perfect setting for a barbeque. If you want to make changes to your deck but you don’t know where to begin – we can help.
Cleaning up after you finish painting may be the least favorite job for any painter, but it’s a very important step. If you remove all the paint from knives, scrapers, and brushes when you're done, they will not only be ready to use the next time you need them, but they will last longer. Read More
Choosing the right paint brush is very important. Even the best paint may not meet your expectations if you use a poor-quality brush because low-quality paint brushes tend to shed bristles. You need a paintbrush that will distribute the paint evenly. The type of paint you’re using will determine the type of brush you need. Read More
Paint comes in a wide variety of finishes, from dead flat to high gloss. Years ago, you would always paint trim or high-traffic areas with gloss paints because they offered better washability. Read More
Paint the room in this order to help avoid some common mistakes to make your project go smoothly. Read More
Painting over cracks and holes won't make them disappear—and may even make them more noticeable—so it is important to fix imperfections before you start painting. Here are some basic steps. If you haven’t done so, cover the furniture and floors with a drop cloth to protect against dust and debris. Read More
Here are a few simple tips to simplify the job of painting your windows. Read More
Painting a hot radiator can affect the quality of the paint finish, so make sure that the radiator is turned off and completely cooled down before you start painting.