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Caulking is the unsung hero of home maintenance. It diligently works in the shadows, shielding your living space from the elements stealthy encroachment. Whether sealing a drafty window, preventing water damage in the bathroom, or ensuring your kitchen sink remains a bastion against moisture, the right...

Stepping into a freshly painted room can evoke a sense of renewal, but when peeling paint becomes the headlining feature, it's a mystery begging to be solved. Various culprits, from invasive moisture to the harshness of heat and humidity, conspire against the longevity of our beloved...

A good contractor can help you achieve the aesthetic appeal you want. More importantly, they also help protect your home by ensuring the paint layer protects the underlying material, such as sheetrock or wood. To ensure you hire the right contractor, here are ten vital...

Spring is here! Daytime temperatures are warming up quickly—finally. April and May are great months to tackle some simple tasks around your home before the summer heat arrives. (That includes exterior painting, by the way!) Here is our list of spring to-dos.   1) Inspect the Exterior Inspect...

What should you do with old paint cans? In most communities, just tossing them into the garbage isn't an option. There are rules regarding the safe (and environmentally friendly) disposal of paint cans. We recommend checking with your local community or county's requirements. However, here are a...

Maintaining your home's paint job is essential for aesthetic reasons and protecting the underlying material. Before you hire a paint contractor, here are ten questions you should pose to them. Working with the right contractor is critical for the outcomes. A paint job is an investment...

The transformation you see after a new paint job should leave you happy and satisfied with the job and paint contractor. The newly painted surfaces should look smooth with no paint drips, crisp edges, or paint spatter anywhere, and the color should be consistent with...

Should you paint your home yourself instead of hiring a professional painter to save money? It might be tempting because you think it will save you money. However, that's not a typical outcome. So, before you DIY your home painting project, there are some crucial...

Wood rot can occur in the presence of wood, warmth, oxygen, and moisture. You might have wood rot if you reside in Northern Virginia and have wood in your home, especially outdoors, in bathrooms, or in kitchens. Wood rot is often found in exterior door...

Awards and Recognition

Alternate Best Pick Ribbon
Member of Painting Contractor Association

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