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Tips For Cold Weather Residential Exterior Painting

8 October 2018
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If you wanted to repaint your home this past summer but time got away from you, and the project now must be completed during colder weather, then these tips will ensure your house looks fantastic when you finish and that the paint will properly cure. Tip: Make Sure Your Choice of Paint Is Self-Priming Before Skipping the Priming Layer If you don't want to paint the exterior of your home with a primer followed by another coat of paint, make sure you check to ensure your chosen paint is self-priming.
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Portable And Compressor Spray Guns

21 July 2018
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Even if you have experience painting using rollers and brushes, you might want to consider using a spray gun system for your next commercial painting project. Spray guns have advanced in many ways over the years. For one thing, they are smaller, and easier to operate. This article looks at the various advantages of using a spray gun instead of a paintbrush and roller. Different Types of Spray Guns First of all, there are many different types of spray guns.
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How To Texture Drywall Before Painting

26 June 2018
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If you're going to repaint the inside of your house, you should also consider updating the texture. This is not a necessary update to your walls, but it does improve your style. Many old textures, like popcorn, are a little bit outdated. It is currently more popular to have a hand-troweled texture, as well as possible to leave no texture at all. Do You Need to Re-Texture Your Walls? Whenever you repaint your interior walls, there are definitely going to be spots that need to be patched and repaired.
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3 Tips For Removing Old Paint From Your Home’s Trim Before Painting

6 May 2018
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After deciding your home's trim needs repainting, you may wonder if there is anything special you need to do to prepare it before applying the first coat. If so, use the following tips for removing the old paint before painting the trim to ensure you have a smooth finish. 1. Scrape off Large, Loose Paint Chunks After years of exposure to sunlight and wet weather, large chunks of paint have probably become loose on your trim.
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Is Your Parking Lot Missing Its Stripes? Why You Need To Have It Restriped

14 March 2018
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Take a look at your commercial parking lot. If you can't see clearly defined stripes, you're missing something. Your parking lot should have plenty of clearly marked stripes so that your customers know where to go when they pull in. If your parking lot striping leaves a lot to be desired, you need to contact a painting service to come out and provide fresh striping for your commercial parking lot. If you still don't think you need it, here are four reasons that should change your mind.
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Painting Without The Problems

I have always been one of those people who likes to take on home repairs by theirselves, but unfortunately, I didn't quite understand what I was up against when it came to repainting my interior. I quickly realized that the job was more difficult than I was prepared to handle, and I was having trouble figuring out how to streamline the process. I began focusing on working with a professional, and within no time a painter came out to help. After the job was professionally handled, it was amazing to see how quickly it progressed. Check out this fun website to learn more about painting.

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