Interior Painting

Remove Wallpaper

Wallpaper is a funny it's popular, now it's not. It's popularity rises and falls with regularity. If you have ever had a wallpapered room (and I'm sure you have or you wouldn't be reading this article), sooner or later you're going to want to take it down, whether it's because you want new paper on your walls or you're ready for a new look and you want to paint instead. Removing old wallpaper is not a quick and easy can take time and effort.

By |2017-03-17T14:09:29-07:00March 18th, 2015|Interior Painting, Paint|Comments Off on Remove Wallpaper

Patch Walls Then Paint

If you're going to spend the time and money to paint your walls, you want the end result to look great...otherwise, wPatchbeforePainting-Claffey'sPaintinghy would you bother? One of the biggest mistakes that people make when painting their walls is to neglect prepping them properly first.

By |2017-03-18T14:28:23-07:00February 27th, 2015|Interior Painting, Paint, Residential Painting|Comments Off on Patch Walls Then Paint

Clean Painted Walls

Got kids? Got pets? Put the two together and you have a recipe for dirty, grimy walls! Even without kids or pets, your walls can get smudges and fingerprints on them. One way or another most of us need to clean our painted walls, not only so they look as nice as they did right after they were painted, but also to increase the life of the paint.

By |2017-03-18T15:14:11-07:00December 11th, 2014|Interior Painting, Paint|Comments Off on Clean Painted Walls

Prime Before Paint

To prime or not to prime, that is the question! What's the point of priming before you paint anyway? I thought it would be interesting to look up the definition of prime: These definitions apply as adjectives Of most importance - main Of the best quality - excellent

By |2017-03-17T14:10:29-07:00September 12th, 2014|Interior Painting, Paint, Residential Painting|Comments Off on Prime Before Paint

Painting Millwork

Depending on your taste and style, millwork can be finished in a couple of different ways: It can be stained, painted or even finished with a clear seal. Most homes come with the millwork already painted or finished, so your job is probably re-painting it, whether it's because it's been used and abused or because you're ready for a change.

By |2017-03-18T15:16:30-07:00August 13th, 2014|Interior Painting, Paint|Comments Off on Painting Millwork

Paint Brushes and Rollers

In order to get a quality paint job for your home, you have probably invested in quality paint brushes and roller covers...which can be a costly purchase. And then if you end up throwing them away after they've been used one time, it becomes even costlier. But there is no need to keep replacing these tools if you take a little time to clean them up after your paint job is completed.

By |2017-03-18T14:39:25-07:00July 9th, 2014|Exterior Painting, Interior Painting, Paint|Comments Off on Paint Brushes and Rollers

Interior House Painting Techniques

Maybe this is your first time painting in your home, or maybe you have painted before and it has turned out less than what you had hoped for. I mean, how hard can it be to slap a coat of paint on the walls?

By |2017-03-18T15:00:53-07:00April 11th, 2014|Interior Painting, Paint, Residential Painting|Comments Off on Interior House Painting Techniques

Choosing Paint Colors

It's time to repaint, whether the room needs to be updated, refreshed or you're just plain tired of's time to paint. The big question is how do you choose the right paint color? In fact, is there such a thing as the right color? Why does color even matter? Color is an active component in life

By |2017-03-17T14:11:32-07:00December 30th, 2013|Interior Painting, Paint|Comments Off on Choosing Paint Colors
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