Painting your exterior is one of the most rewarding curb appeal projects you can complete (and necessary for protecting the longevity of your exterior surfaces), but unless you've been painting exteriors for decades like we have it will always end up being a bigger project than you first anticipated.
Painting your door adds instant curb appeal to your home and updates your look with a new, modern flair. While front doors used to tend to be overshadowed by the main colors of the home, now the colors for your front door are more likely to be bold, bright, and beautiful.
Now that spring is in the air homeowners are starting to think about their spring home to-do lists. We all know what these lists look like: cleaning gutters, washing windows, tuning your air conditioner, maintaining your home's exterior surfaces, and so-on.
We love our jobs we really, really do which is why we are so excited that the weather is warming up and people are starting to think about painting the exteriors of their homes again! It means we are getting to answer our favorite question of all time: What color do you think I should paint my home? We get the question so often (from customers, friends, family, and neighbors alike) that we decided to put together a blog of our 7 top exterior paint colors for 2016.
Refinishing decks can sometimes be a challenge. It seems like every year the deck surface needs to be done, and for the most part, it does. I know, frustrating! The problem is this: the painter cannot paint the entire board. He or she only can paint the top or whatever is showing of the board, not the board in its entirety.
For some of us, it feels like we spend more time in the kitchen than in any other room of the house. Prepping and cooking meals and snacks, cleaning up after the slew of family members who trample in and out. If your kids are like ours, then they probably do their homework at the kitchen table with a plate of something next to them. And guests automatically gather there.
Changing your exterior paint color is like getting a dramatic haircut. You're excited for a change, but nervous about the end result. What if change isn't so good after all? You've had this haircut for 15 years, why change now? Because maybe you'll really, really love it.
It's that time of year again, where spring is finally settling into a warm weather pattern, sprinklers have been turned on for the season, and friends and family alike are taking to their porches and patios to enjoy the sun. It also means that it's the season for exterior painting!