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3 Reasons To Repaint Your Storefront

Running a business is hard work, and there’s a lot you need to do to keep it up. As a business owner, your storefront says a lot about your company. Maintaining a clean, fresh storefront will keep your clients and customers happy. If you are looking for ways to further improve your storefront, consider a fresh coat of paint. Repainting your storefront offers many benefits, with the following being just a few.   1. Branding Your brand might change over time, and even if it’s not a drastic change, you need to keep up with it. The brand portrayed on the storefront should coordinate with the building’s interior, sending a message of consistency. Your storefront may already display the proper branding but has become faded over time. A fresh coat of paint shows customers you care...commercial exterior painters
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The Impact of Proper Drywall Repair on Paint

Painting a wall isn't as simple as slapping on a coat of paint and hoping for the best. Instead, it is important to take a close look at your drywall to make sure it is clean and in good repair before painting in order to get the best possible results. The condition of your drywall has a direct impact on the quality of your finished project. Importance of Proper Drywall Repair Ensuring that your drywall is in good repair before starting to paint is necessary for your paint job to look its best and function properly. Whether you're painting the interior of a residential or commercial building, your drywall won't always be ready to be painted as soon as it is installed. Taking the time to make small adjustments to your drywall, such as filling holes...professional painter repairing damaged drywall to prepare for painting
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4 Reasons to Repaint Your Warehouse

A lot of warehouses are constructed with raw materials, and they tend to stay that way. If you have employees working in your warehouse on a regular basis, you want them to enjoy their workspace. Giving the warehouse a new coat of paint is just one way to improve the area you and your employees work in. The following are four reasons to give it a go. Motivation Did you know there are certain colors you can surround your warehouse with that will promote motivation and hard work? Red, for example, is a stimulating color. It raises your pulse as it gets your heart pumping. Yellow energizes and is the color of optimism and mental clarity. If your warehouse is a stressful environment, certain blues and greens are calming. Safety You can promote safety in the...warehouse project gallery
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4 Tips for Flawlessly Painting Trim

It's no secret that a well-kept building or home is more inviting than one that needs some work, even when it's minor. A building's trim is easily overlooked, but when you think about it, it's essentially the frame to the picture and actually rather important. Likewise, interior trim doesn't get much thought but is just as important. Paint on your home’s trim can chip, crack, and become faded, making the entire area appear run down. Thankfully, a couple of coats of fresh paint have an amazing way of making everything look brand new. It may sound intimidating to repaint trim, but it can easily be done following these knowledgeable tips. 1. How Often Should Trim be Repainted? Exterior wood trim generally needs to be repainted every 5-7 years and aluminum (take out) should be touched up...professional painter painting trim in house
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Repair Wood Rot Before the Painting Process

You may have decided that your home is in need of a fresh paint job, but what happens when you discover rotting wood upon closer examination? Wood rot can lead to structural problems like deterioration of beams and posts, the floor, or other areas hidden from view. It is essential to understand what causes wood to rot to prevent it from happening. What is Wood Rot? Wood is a common building material, so wood rot is quite a prevalent issue. It is a form of decay set off by moisture and fungi. Continuously damp, unprotected wood surfaces are easily susceptible. Places Where Rotting Wood is Most Common Windows - A poorly sealed window could result in the rain soaking the wood beneath the window. Older windows are at higher risk because moisture or rain can wood subjected to the elements causing wood rot
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