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Bubbles and Blisters…It is summer time and this time of year more can blister and bubble up other than your skin from staying in the sun too long. That is right, paint can get a sun burn too! Have you noticed any bubbling for blistering on the...

It is that time of year and exterior painting has begun. Do not forget to prep before you paint. The exterior of the home should be clean and dry before you start to paint. A good power washing will do wonders for the exterior before...

YeYes We Do! During this time of year, we’re often asked, “Does your company replace wood rot?” The answer to that questions in yes, we do! It’s spring and people are getting outside inspecting their homes and noticing the toll winter had taken on their...

Well, the calendar says March and in typical form it is roaring in like a lion as the old saying goes and we’re hoping it decides to go out like a lamb. After a very busy winter season working on interior projects, this is the...

We are not saying you have to buy the most expensive paint on the market, but we certainly don't recommend the cheapest. Paint technology has come along way and if applied correctly under the right conditions, you can expect it to last longer. Starting off...

Caring for your newly painted walls will help to keep them beautiful and extend the life of your paint. It is best to wait at least two 30 days before cleaning new paint. After that time frame, make sure you test an area that will...

We know that cutting in (painting the corners and edges) takes time to do with a brush. But by doing this first, the result will be smooth finished look. If you wait and do it at the end the result will be uneven lines....

Tip of the Week: Prepping a wall before painting is of utmost importance. Sanding the wall from baseboards to ceiling will take care of spackle and smooth out other portions of the wall. The key to a perfect finish is to start with a smooth surface....

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