Paint Application Issues to Avoid

Many DIY painting jobs fail prematurely due to several application mistakes. This article discusses some of those application mistakes and how they can be avoided in order to have lasting results. Sagging Paint Fragments Paint can flow and sag on some sections of the painted surface if the person painting the surface didn't mix the paint well. For example, paint can sag in case you applied too much thinner during the mixing process. [Read More]

A Guide to Cleaning Up After a Painting Project

There are many excellent home improvement and home repair projects that homeowners can use to spruce up the roof over their head, but few are as low cost and high impact as slapping on a new coat of paint. Painting a room can transform the entire look and feel of the living space, make a small room look bigger, a big room look smaller, and any room look more inviting. While painting or repainting a room can be a great creative exercise, few homeowners look forward to cleaning up afterwards. [Read More]

2 Preparation Tips So You Can Paint Like a Pro

If you think that your home is looking a little dated, drab or dull, now is the time to do something about it. A relatively quick and easy way to transform the interior of your home is by hiring interior painting services to apply a fresh coat of paint. And if you really want to change your home, you should make that new coat of paint a different colour from the one you have had on your walls for the past decade or so. [Read More]

Getting Rid of the Smell of Cigarettes in a Room: What You Need to Know

There can be a bit of a clash when a non-smoker moves into a home that was previously inhabited by a smoker. The consumption of cigarettes can leave an effect, and this might not quite be to your taste. There might be a lingering odour, and the walls can even be discoloured. This can be the case when you move into a new flat, or even when you've bought a new home that was previously owned by a smoker. [Read More]