We don’t want to jinx it, but it feels like spring is JUST around the corner! It’s time to start thinking about your home projects – you know, the ones you thought of during winter, and figured you had plenty of time before you had to think about them again. Well, the time is officially here! Read More
When deciding what material to use for the exterior of your house or business, vinyl siding can be tempting. It looks clean, and many believe that it requires less upkeep than wood. Wood siding, however, is a long-term investment that will pay off immediately in how beautiful your home will look. With wood siding, there are virtually limitless options in terms of appearance. Depending on the look you want for your building, you can choose board and batten, bevel, rabbeted bevel, shiplap, tongue and groove, drop channel siding, channel rustic, clapboard, cedar shingle siding, redwood shingle siding, and channel siding, just to name a few. Read More
Spring is finally upon us. With spring comes longer days, warmer weather, and of course, spring cleaning. As you start to reorganize, refresh, and spruce up your home or business for the coming months, remember, nothing leaves a better impression than a fresh coat of paint. Read More
Imagine if you went to buy a car and the sales rep wheeled out a car that was rusted, the paint work was shabby and chipped! You’d probably laugh and walk away. No one wants damaged goods and sellers always want the best price for whatever they are selling. Read More
What is Chalking?
Chalking is the formation of fine powder on the surface of the paint film during weathering, which can cause color fading. Although some degree of chalking is normal, desirable way for a paint film to wear, excessive film erosion can result in heavy chalking. Read More