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(Don’t miss Part 1 here.) After you examine the house for any cracks, mildew, and damage, it will be necessary to repair anything that you find.  If any wood is split or damaged, you should probably contact a carpenter to have the piece remade, unless you happen to be handy with a table saw.  Also

Painting the Exterior of Your Home: Part 1

Wednesday, 29 February 2012 by

With spring on its way, it may be time to start thinking about painting the exterior of your home. Throughout the winter, snow, rain and hail can do a lot of damage to the exterior of your home.  If the water sits on your house too long, then it can penetrate into the paint, cracking it,

Painting Your Home to Sell

Monday, 27 February 2012 by

In case you haven’t kept up with the housing market, it is still extremely hard to sell a home these days. My husband and I have been looking for a new house. We generally look for ones that are ready to move in, because we both work, and neither one of us has the time

With spring just around the corner, many of you may be thinking that it’s time for you to paint that home or office. Just as it’s easier to make a budget using Microsoft Excel or file your taxes with TurboTax, you want to make sure that you have the right tools to paint your home

Tips for Painting Trim

Monday, 20 February 2012 by

Are you still not sure whether to paint your office or your home? Another great way to spruce up the look of your space without breaking the bank is painting the trim. Professional Cincinnati painters rarely need to mask anything. They have mastered the art of brush strokes and painting techniques in such a way that

Adding Some Grip to Your Floors

Friday, 17 February 2012 by

If your office is open to the public and includes an entryway, chances are you need the stairs and floors to be extra durable to keep up with the all of the foot traffic that you will experience throughout the years. It would also be nice to go out of your way to add grip

Hiring a Painter for Your Office (Part Two)

Wednesday, 15 February 2012 by

In our last post, we talked about some of the legal issues you’ll need to think about when hiring a Cincinnati painter for your office. Now we’ll look at some additional things you’ll need to take into consideration before going ahead with the job. When selecting a painting contractor, you want to be sure that

While you might opt for a DIY paint job at home, you’ll definitely want to leave the job of painting the office up to the professionals. As a businessman or woman, most likely you don’t have the time to paint your own office. You have more important things on your to-do list, like acquiring clients

First impressions truly count. Sometimes, nothing says more about a business than the way the office looks. If you want people to keep coming back time after time, you’ll need to have your place looking sharp to give that great first impression. You may not get a second chance to impress your client if your

White is the traditional choice of color for ceilings. Have you ever considered why this is the case? Several reasons exist, and you may be surprised to learn about them. #1 Ease of Painting–I know that it may be hard to believe, but even Michelangelo painting the Sistine Chapel probably made a few errors. It’s

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