Color can be all you need!
Create a new fresh feeling in the space by updating with color to rejuvenate the space!
Click below for a free guide by Sherwin Williams for planning a painting project.
We can handle everything from a complete tear out down to the studs to more cost effective ideas that will save you money.
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Our 5 Step Deck Rejuvenation Process.
1. Power wash to remove surface dirt and debris.
2. Restore ph balance to make your deck look new again.
3. Rinse and let dry for 24 hours.
4. Sand the railings.
5. Apply the finish of your choice!
This room had an odor problem. We removed the old paneling and discovered water from a previous back up had been soaked up behind the wall that turned into mildew issues.
We remediated the problem, and finished the room with drywall. We built a 4' x 7' walk in closet to solve a storage problem. The corner space was wired for desk equipment with new carpeting for the cold winter months.
This home had an unfinished basement with a laundry area in one corner. It had poor lighting, nowhere to put baskets of clothes, a concrete floor, and had a bunch of wires hanging overhead.
We removed the old paneling from 1972 and rejuvenated the space!
They now have a brightly lit, all drywall room with a folding table on the side; a tiled shelf behind the machines; a small shelf in the corner for the ironing; and waterproof vinyl plank flooring.
This home had a "creepy" basement that no one ever used because it was dark & cold.
We installed wood on one wall treated to look like vintage barn wood, used the existing vintage work bench, added lighting, drywall, carpet, and built a new bar top.
Check out the gallery to see before & after.
It is important to keep in mind when painting, how much protection you want in a paint if you need to clean the walls more often than others.
Latex - Has a long lasting sheen and is commonly used on walls and ceilings. It is less toxic and has easier clean up with soap and water.
Oil Based - Commonly used on cabinets, trim, and furniture. It provides more protection with a smooth finish. Holds up well in high traffic areas. Has stronger longer lasting fumes with mineral spirits needed for clean up and cannot be washed down the drain.
Depending on how you will use room and the type of painting protection from fingerprints you want.
Most quality interior paint will have
- Good stain resistance
- Hides imperfections
- Coverage of about 400 sq. ft. per gallon
- Easy touch ups
This is what the finished product will look like when it drys.
Flat or Matte - Little to no finish that helps hide imperfections with little to no protection. For use in low traffic areas.
Eggshell - Low shine and easy to clean. This is a god compromise of protection with good light reflection.
Satin - Pearl-like finish and good stain resistance. Creates a protective shell that helps to resist moisture and mildew.
Semi-Gloss - Good shine and very resistant to moisture. Good for trim and cabinets.
High-Gloss - Long lasting and high shine. The glass like finish is best for making trim pop.
Living/Family Room - Easily cleaned and can stand up to everyday family traffic. Best choice would be a satin finish.
Kitchen and Bathrooms- Again, durable and easy to clean but also moisture protection as well. Best choice would be a Semi-Gloss finish
Dining Room - Clean smooth looking walls with low traffic . Best choice is an eggshell finish.
Bedrooms - Good coverage and low traffic areas with little shine. Best choice is either a flat or matte finish.