Have you considered hiring a professional to do some work around your house? Sick of looking at that faded and chipped interior paint? Scared that you might not get the super clean sharp edge from painting your rooms?
Do you have a newly built deck, or thinking about revamping the old one? Staining might be the perfect answer!
Staining decks keeps them in prime condition and protects them from harsh weather and general wear and tear. We answer questions about types of stains and what season to is best for staining.
Paint strippers are, for most cases, the best option for removing old paint as these save you so much time and effort from scraping/sanding, and does a better job in getting into nooks and crannies. This is especially true for surfaces painted with lead based paints, which are toxic and difficult to remove.
Do you want to brighten up your space or do a home makeover but can’t let go of that old but still beautiful wood paneling? Or do you have a piece of wooden furniture you want to spruce up? Try whitewashing it!
Working with drywall can be quite a daunting task when working alone, especially when you are mudding, taping, and sanding uneven surfaces and corners. If not done properly, you will end up with an uneven, ugly looking wall after you paint it, which means you must get the mudding right the first time.
Drywall is the most common construction material for home interiors. These boards are easy to install (with the proper tools) and cheap to repair.
Residential interior painting can be a stressful task to do especially for homeowners that would like to either paint their new interiors or revamp their existing ones. It can cost a lot of time and especially money when it is not done right.
Paint can significantly enhance your commercial space’s look and feel. The right type of paint color can make your space more appealing for your employees and customers. It can affect their mood and performance because of the color theory!