painting projects Tag

Sometimes someone asks about our pricing, perhaps wondering if they're too high. Since I don't mind addressing questions about our pricing structure, I thought it might be a good blog post. We like our clients to feel comfortable with their investment in their home and...

Whether you want to transform the look of your home by repainting it in a different color or you want to refresh the current color, the time to schedule repainting is now. The best time to have your home's exterior painted is when it's warmer...

Who doesn't love a before-and-after project? And it's even more interesting when it involves stripping floral wallpaper and applying a bold color in its place! That was part of a project we did recently for a homeowner in Vienna, VA. The results speak for themselves,...

What you need to know about the cost of cabinet painting To paint or not to paint cabinets is a somewhat common dilemma these days for homeowners considering their options. We can't tell you what to do, but we can address a related question: how much...

"How soon are you available?" is a question we hear rather often, and it's a fair one to ask. Whether asking when they call to schedule an estimate or once the estimate is in-hand, we can understand wanting to know just when we're available. As...

As 2018 draws to a close, it's a good time to assess what projects you might want or need to line up for 2019. Interior and exterior painting, minor as well as significant repairs, regular maintenance, and general upkeep are all good things you should...

As Northern Virginia painting contractors, we enjoy profiling projects on our blog because it offers a "before and after" glimpse of other homes we've worked on.  If you regularly follow our blog, you'll note that the houses are diverse in size and style and projects...

One or two coats if using a primer and paint product? Clients often assume that if they (or we) use a primer and paint all-in-one product, it automatically means only one coat of paint is needed. That's not necessarily the case. While using a primer does...

Here's a typical scenario: A client decides it's time to touch up their walls due to wear and tear. They dig out some leftover paint in hopes of reusing it and suddenly stop!  They're not sure it's ok to use that paint. Here are some tips...

What's the main reason you might not be happy with a professional paint job? Typically, it's unmet expectations. So, how do you avoid things going wrong with a painter? Communicate. Communication with your painter is very critical. And it needs to go both ways. As...

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