Learning About Painting Techniques and Tools

Ceiling Painting Mistakes To Avoid

If you want to add a touch of color to the interior of your home, then it may be time to invest in a little bit of paint. Painting the entire space may be necessary, and this means covering the ceiling as well as the walls. However, many people do not like to paint the ceiling. If you are not looking forward to this, then you may make a few common mistakes.   Read More...

Looking For Ways To Spruce Up An Old Shed? 3 Ideas For Adding Paint

When you had an older shed in your backyard, you might be frustrated with it being an eyesore after the rest of your yard has been carefully landscaped. If you rely on the shed for storage space and don't intend on replacing it, a good way to get the shed looking modern again is to apply a fresh coat of paint. If you're interested in painting the shed to help restore it's original look or give it an entirely new look, you'll need to carefully look into what you can do to make sure that you choose the ideal paint for the project.   Read More...

Four Benefits Of Hiring Professionals To Paint Your Home

Painting a home is not the most difficult of tasks, and most homeowners are capable of painting themselves. However, just because you can paint does not mean you should. There are still plenty of benefits of professional painting services. Take a look at the information below to learn more. 1. Professionals know how to avoid making a mess. It's tough not to make a mess when painting. You have to put down drop cloths, tape off areas you don't want painted, and avoid stepping in paint and then tracking it across the carpet.   Read More...

Four Requests When Hiring Painters For Your Nursing Home Facility

Every building will need paint. It makes the building appear welcoming, inviting, and it can represent your company's brand. The same goes for nursing homes; however, there are more specific painting needs in this case. For example, you will need the space to feel like home for all of your residents, as well as have it appear inviting for those looking into choosing a nursing home for themselves or a loved one.   Read More...

Can You Remove Paint From Your Wood-Paneled Walls?

Everything old becomes new again, and one aspect of home decor once relegated to the "retro" file--dark wood paneling--has made quite the recent comeback in many parts of the U.S. This can be great news for homeowners whose basements, bedrooms, or living rooms are already outfitted with intricate wood paneling or beadboard; however, if the original wood of your paneling has been covered with paint at some point over the past several decades, removing it can be a challenge.   Read More...