We can talk until we’re blue in the face about the work we do, the way we treat our customers, and what makes our company stand out from the other San Diego residential painting companies, but sometimes it’s best to just let our customers do the talking for us. Recently, we completed a residential painting […]
When you hear the phrase “free in-home consultation,” if you’re like most people, what you may automatically think of is “high-pressure sales call.” Unfortunately, there are some home improvement companies in San Diego that have given all of us a bad reputation. You know the type—a salesman comes to your home, hands you all kinds […]
You’ve decided it’s time to paint the interior of your San Diego home. Now comes the challenging part—choosing paint colors. It can feel like an impossible task to find the perfect shades to bring into different areas of your home. Certain rooms should evoke a sense of calm, while others should reflect high energy and […]
There are a lot of house painters in San Diego. A quick Google search for phrases like “house painters San Diego” or “painting companies in San Diego” will give you an overwhelming number of results. It can be difficult to differentiate between all of the various San Diego house painters, so you might be tempted […]
Everyone is familiar with the “new paint smell.” It can linger for weeks, sometimes months, after the interior of a house is painted. That smell that we’ve all become accustomed to is actually the result of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) being released into the air. And they don’t just smell bad. They can have harmful […]
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To avoid “lap marks” while painting a ceiling, keep a wet edge across the entire ceiling from corner to corner. A wet edge simply means to paint from one side continuously across to the other side and to do it all in one shot without letting it dry. If you paint half way, let it […]
Be sure to use a brush while painting your deck in those tight, hard to get spots. If you don’t, you could end up with ugly stripes or paint failure! Use a cheap brush for this, though, because it is hard on the bristles.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/23/tech/innovation/bare-electrically-conductive-paint Interesting article that shows electrically conductive paint in many potential uses…. My favorite is the light switch that is painted on the wall. I could see this being used by electricians, audio/visual installers, ceiling fan installers etc who could use this product to paint electric connections directly to the wall, then simply paint the […]
Big thanks to Evan Scheingross at Evan Web Design for the design and build of the new website, and for teaching us how to keep it updated through the back end of WordPress! Evan is great to work with, communicates well, and knows his craft. I highly recommend him for web design. http://www.evanwebdesign.com/ HUGE thanks to […]