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September 25, 2015

For simplicity, the term "latex" will be used in this article to describe water based paint because it is the most commonly used term.  There are more accurate ways to describe certain types of water based products but we will not go into that today.

When I am in a customers home, I can usually figure this out by sight and touch but sometimes it can be hard to tell if the finish is oil based or latex.  This is most often a dilemma associated with trim work and doors since this is where oil based was used often when it was pop...

September 4, 2015

I lost track of how many times I've heard someone say, "I don't know how you do it, I do not have the patience for painting."  I get it.  Although I am a do it yourselfer 🔨, there are things that I don't have the skill, knowledge, or patience for either.  Then I'm left wondering, but how much is it going to cost?  The best way, obviously, is to book an estimate with us at the bottom of our page ⬇️, but I will try to give you an idea here and now.

 

We specialize in Residential Repaints, so our prices will be...

August 28, 2015

Flat, Dead Flat, Matte, Eggshell, Low Lustre, Pearl, Satin, Medium Lustre, Semi-gloss, Gloss.  

 

There certainly is not a lack of choices when it comes to choosing paint sheens for your interior painting project.  It can be a little overwhelming if you don't understand what each one is intended for, so let's dive in and figure this out together.

 

What are you painting?  Is it a Ceiling, Wall, Door, Floor? 

 

Ceilings will normally receive a dead flat finish since there is no need for cleaning, unless the space is in a moist...

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