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Three Steps to Planning a Commercial Paint Project

Planning a commercial paint project is more complicated than planning a residential paint job. The timing of your project can have an impact on your customers, your employees, and even your bottom line. When you have a commercial property there may be restrictions on how and what you can paint that do not apply to residential properties.

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Refresh the Exterior of Your Home for the New Year

The holiday season is behind us and the New Year is here. Now is a great time to take a look at the condition of your house and make plans for repairs and improvements. The elements and time can cause the outside of your home to look dull and rundown. If you want to refresh the exterior of your home this year there are a few different options. You can start by giving it a deep cleaning and then move on to repair any areas that are showing signs of damage or wear. Once your house is clean and the damage is repaired you can take things to the next level with a whole new paint job.

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Is Painting a Commercial Property More Complicated than Painting a Residence?

It is not uncommon for homeowners to go the DIY route for small painting projects. Painting an accent wall or a small room can be done quickly and without causing a lot of disruption in the home. But, as the projects get bigger the skill needed and time required can increase exponentially. If you own a business, you will find that commercial painting projects are even more complicated.

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How Does the Type of Building Material on My House Impact the Painting Process?

Getting the exterior of your house painted is a big project. There is a lot of thought and preparation that goes into a job of this scale. The most common building materials found on houses-wood siding, brick, and stucco-all have similar processes for being painted. A painting contractor will use a combination of methods including spraying, rolling, and brushing to paint houses with the building materials mentioned above. The real difference between these building materials is in the preparation process.

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Do I Need to Postpone All Exterior Projects on My House During the Colder Months

The colder months can bring many of the tasks you typically do outside to a standstill. In some ways this is a huge plus. Instead of spending every weekend mowing the yard you can redirect that time to other things. But, when you know that there are projects that need to be done on the exterior of your home it can be frustrating to have to wait because of the weather. Do you really need to postpone all exterior projects on your house during the colder months? The answer depends on the weather in your area and the type of projects you want to complete.

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