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Low-Gloss Vs. High-Gloss Paint

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Are you trying to paint the inside of your house, but don’t know which paints to use? While certain brands can have slight variations that you need to consider, the most important factor when choosing paint is the sheen. The sheen (or glossiness) of the paint not only affects how shiny it is, but it also affects the maintenance, cleaning, durability, and lifespan of the product. This article explains the key differences between a high-gloss and low-gloss paint. Read More»

Four Common Painting Issues And How To Fix Them

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Everyone wants their home to look perfect. However, painting issues can strike at any time. Knowing how to correct these issues will help get your home back to picture-perfect status in no time. Paint Blistering You’ll know if your paint is being affected by blistering as it looks similar to human blisters. This bubbly paint is frequently caused by moisture or improperly prepping your surface before painting. In uncommon cases, blistering can also be caused by painting latex paint over an oil-based paint. Read More»

2 Reasons To Have A Home Tested For Mold Before Your Purchase It

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If you are looking into purchasing a home of your own, this is a wonderful and exciting step, however, it is also something that must be done carefully and with a lot of preparation. Once you find the home of your dreams, it is important that you take the time to have the home thoroughly inspected before you purchase it. This is going to make sure that you are paying the correct price for the home in terms of what it is actually worth in the current economy, and it also ensures that the home passes different safety tests. Read More»

3 Tips For Sanding Your Home's Woodwork Before Finishing It

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While redecorating your home, you may have decided to finish the woodwork inside instead of painting it. However, you may be hesitant to start sanding in preparation for staining. If so, use the following three tips to guide you. Select The Right Sandpaper For The Job Before you start sanding, you want to make sure you have selected the right sandpaper for the two different phases of the preparation. The first phase is the cleaning, and the second part involves smoothing the surface. Read More»

Time To Paint? 5 Tips To Eliminate Some Of The Struggle

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Nothing changes the appearance of your home like a fresh coat of paint. If you’re tired of the same old colors in your home, it’s time for a change. If you’ve been putting off painting your home because you don’t want to deal with the mess, stop. There are a lot of things you can do to take the work out of painting your home. Before you start on your home, here are five steps you should take to eliminate some of the struggle. Read More»

Painting A Room For The First Time? You Need More Than Just Paint And A Roller

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Taking on the task of painting a room in your house for the first time is quite a DIY feat. Most people think you just need paint, a paint tray, and a roller brush. Not so. Painting is a little more complicated than that. Here are some additional paint supplies you will definitely need when you head to the hardware store. Painter’s Tape Painter’s tape goes around window frames, door frames, and closet doors. Read More»

Save Some Money And Help The Environment With Reflective Roof Coating

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If you’ve ever stepped onto a hot asphalt road surface in the summertime, you’ll appreciate how much heat is being generated by the vast surface area of a black asphalt roof. The heat is intensified if you live in an urban or suburban area with many homes or businesses with black roofs in close proximity to each other and to black asphalt roads and parking lots. This creates a “heat island” Read More»

Two Ways A Custom Carpenter Can Make Your Home Even Better

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If you’re looking for ways to make your home even more amazing, there are a number of directions you can go in.  There’s always the prospect of adding on an extra bedroom or even redoing the backyard so that it looks like a paradise oasis.  However, there are a number of smaller changes you can make in the house that might turn out to be an even better idea.  A custom carpenter can help you achieve these renovations so that the finished product is everything you could have hoped for. Read More»

Three Mistakes To Avoid When Painting Your Business Interior

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A fresh coat of interior paint can really give your business a facelift, especially if the walls are beginning to look a bit grimy. Unfortunately, there are some minor mistakes you can make that can make the new paint job more of a headache than a help. The good news is that by knowing the mistakes, you can actively avoid them so your new paint job benefits your business. #1: Trying to rush the job Read More»

Three Tips For Caring For Finished Wood Furniture

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Some of your most prized pieces of furniture may be made of finished high-quality woods. Due to the sizable value of these pieces of furniture, as well as the emotional attachment you may have to them, you will want to make sure that you are following these steps to ensure these items are properly maintained. Clean The Wood Regularly One of the most important things that you can do for any piece of wood furniture is to make sure that you clean it on a regular basis. Read More»