The Benefits of Regular Exterior Painting Maintenance

We all like to make a good first impression, right? That’s why when we step out of the door in the morning, we often try to look our best. But what about your home? Curb appeal really is just your home’s version of a first impression, on display for our neighborhood, our guests, and even…

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How To Choose Exterior Paint Colors in the Tri-State Area

If you’re planning a spring or summertime exterior repaint, this is a huge opportunity! Take your time and make the most of it. After all, when it comes to the curb appeal and long-term value of your home here in the tri-state area, few updates have more immediate impact than a fresh coat of paint.…

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How To Avoid House Painting Mistakes That Everyone Makes

Searching for ways to escape common painting mistakes? We did some of the work for you by compiling a list gathered from painting professionals. Take a look at what we found.

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4 Tips For Finding A House Painter That Will Protect Your Property

If you have decided to trust professionals to paint the interior of your home, you’ve decided to trust someone to treat your home with the care and respect it deserves.  While it is best to move the most precious of your belongings away from the commotion, sometimes it’s just not practical. Plus, it’s impossible to…

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How to Care For Painted Cabinets

Painting your kitchen cabinets freshens your kitchen without a messy remodel, adds value to your house, and allows you to personalize your space with the colors of your choice. Once you make the decision to paint, we recommend hiring a professional as the best care for your cabinets starts with a well-done paint job by…

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Is It Important To Use High-Quality Paint?

Home projects can be expensive and it’s tempting to save money wherever you can. If you want your new color to last the test of dog paws, kid paws, and food splashes, one thing you don’t want to skimp on is the paint. Using bargain paints means you have to use more and repaint more…

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