Category: Painting Posts
Painting the exterior of your home in Erie can be a huge task, especially if it’s something you haven’t done before. It may seem like a do-it-yourself kind of project, but it’s important to consider the pros and cons of both hiring a team of painting contractors and doing it yourself. There are many things to consider when you begin painting the exterior of your house, and you may want to ask yourself — is the risk worth the reward?
Posted on March 30, 2020
With everything that’s happening in the world today, we know that you are spending a lot of extra time at home. It’s only normal that you may be starting a list of all of the home projects that you want to get done this year. That being said, it may be time to consider painting or repainting some of your interior walls. Whether you’re ready to switch out the color or you’re getting ready to sell, there are a lot of reasons and a lot of signs that it may be time to repaint.
Posted on March 24, 2020
With springtime right around the corner here in Northern Colorado, you may be getting eager to repaint the exterior of your home. You may want to check, however, that there aren’t any snow storms around the corner. Snow and winter weather can be rough on your exterior paint job — even causing discoloration or peeling.
Posted on February 26, 2020
With the extreme weather changes that happen in Northern Colorado, it’s important to keep an eye on how the paint job is holding up on the exterior of your home. There are many factors that play a role in the wear and tear of your Longmont home’s exterior surface – the weather being just one. Excessive sunlight can also cause damage to the paint on your home’s exterior, and how many homes can hide from the Colorado sunshine?
Posted on February 19, 2020
A lot of people may not realize the impact that color has in our everyday lives — most noticeably when it comes to design. The colors that you choose for the walls inside your home can set a mood, pull a room together or make it feel disjointed, and even affect us in a physiological manner. For instance, warm colors like red and orange can increase your blood pressure, while cool colors like blue and green have a more calming effect.
Posted on January 21, 2020