When working on an interior painting project, there are the three common painting problems. Learn what those problems are — and how to avoid them.
How to Paint
Taking on items like landscaping and painting can help you save money. Here are a few DIY paint projects you can tackle whenever you can carve out a bit of time.
Getting out the roller and a bucket of paint is a fantastic way to transform your home. Don’t want to paint the whole thing? No problem! You’ll be surprised at the huge difference you can make just by painting an accent wall.
There’s an art to storing paint. These tips will help you on the road to proper paint storage, making your painting job much easier the next time you pop open a can!
Touching up an interior paint job can often make it look as good as new. Here are a few tips to help your touch-up job go much more smoothly.
As you clean the gutters, mow the lawn, and get to work building that new deck in the backyard, there’s one more project you may want to consider for your home: interior painting.
Spring is in the air, which means one thing — it’s time for your annual spring cleaning! As you get ready to drag clutter out of closets and put away winter clothing and bedding, stop for a moment and consider: could your home benefit from adding a paint project to this year’s spring cleaning list?
If you’re planning a painting project it may be difficult to decide what to paint first – the walls or the trim. The truth is, there’s no right answer, but here are some reasons why someone might choose to paint one first over the other. Most professional painters start iwth the trim, than ceiling and finally the walls. But paint any way that makes you happy since there is no wrong answer. (more…)