NOVA Painting Tag

Before you hire a contractor, due diligence is critical. Luckily, it's a pretty standard process: Meet with several contractors at the site of the project, ask about their process for completing the project, ensure that they're licensed, ask for an estimate, and check their references....

The onslaught of the holidays is almost upon us! Before it starts, you might consider refreshing your home's interior painting! As a Northern Virginia painter, we can transform or refresh the look of your home before you begin decorating for the holiday season. You'll be...

Open floor-plans, where living, dining, and kitchen areas are combined into one seamless space, are more popular than ever. These high-use rooms flow together without walls, making them great for entertaining and family living. However, they're also tricky spaces if you'd like more than one...

Your paint project is done, and you find yourself with leftover paint. What can you do with it? Let's start with the fact that paint contains hazardous elements that could potentially leak and cause harm. It's important to consider what to do with leftover paint...

It's not often we have a 33-year old "before and after" in the making! That's how long Marie's wallpaper had been in place when she asked us to remove it in favor of paint. As a painting contractor, this is one of those projects we...

We're all about the power of color to improve the look of a space! You don't have to renovate a room to transform it into something exciting, bold, and updated. A simple paint treatment could be the solution for your space. It's called color-blocking. Color-blocking isn't...

So, you've read our estimate, signed the contract, picked out your paint colors, and we're arriving tomorrow to begin the project. How should you prepare for our arrival? The first thing you should do is not panic. Here is what else you should or shouldn't do...

Sometimes friends or clients will ask how long they can keep old paint.  It’s a great question, as some communities have strict rules about disposing of household chemicals, including paint!  Most homeowners have cans of leftover paints lying around their garage or utility closets. You don't...

Did you know there's a difference in power and pressure washing? There's also soft washing as well if we want to include all kinds of exterior washes available. Which one you do or need depends on several factors. Let's define each type of wash first. Pressure...

If you live in a new or newer home, you've likely seen a nail pop or two. So, what causes drywall nail-pops?  Several things cause them, but let's start by defining a nail pop. What is a nail pop? Drywall nails are 1 1/2-inch common nails with concave...

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