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This all comes down to preference on what kind of finish you want your walls or ceilings to have. There are many options of sheens, and can get confusing. Let's break them all down.

Flat

This sheen is non reflective. This is more modern look in homes right now. This is often used in low traffic areas, textured walls or ceilings. This is a durable finish and is easy to clean.

Satin

More reflective than a flat finish. Provides some sunlight without being over reflective. Great for medium traffic areas. This finish is easier to clean than flat. This finish is similar to an Eg-Shel.

Eg-Shel

Similar to satin finish. Around the same light reflection with a velvet looking finish. The general information...

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This question is not a straight forward answer. There are paints designed specifically for certain applications. Let's keep it simple for informational purposes. As a home owner, there are two different environments for paint. Interior paint and exterior paint.

Let's start with interior paints.

We use Sherwin-Williams for all of our paint products. They offer an array of paint types so let's break them down.

Emerald:

  • Fantastic Interior Paint
  • Top of the line product
  • Offers many different sheens (Flat, Matte, Satin, Semi-Gloss)

Cashmere

  • Excellent Interior Paint
  • Top of the line product
  • Multiple sheen options (Flat, Eg-Shel, Low Lustre, Pearl,...
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This is a real question we get with every call that we get. There are many factors that go into pricing for any given project.

Some of these factors are:

  • Project Size
  • Intricate Painting (Cutting and Details)
  • Choice of Color
  • Wall Damage
  • Existing Wallpaper
  • Brand of Paint
  • New Construction or Old Construction

These are just a few, the list genuinely goes on and on. The best course of action, for you as the homeowner, is to get an on-site estimate. All of our jobs require an on-site estimate. Why? This gives us the opportunity to see the scope of work and speak with the homeowner to understand what they truly want done. We want to make the whole process easy and want the homeowner to be more than satisfied with...

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If you just want to give your house a new look, that's one thing. However, if you are unsure on whether or not that your home needs a fresh coat of exterior paint. There is different ways to look at it, depending on the material of your homes siding.

Vinyl Siding:

  • Is the color fading?
  • Is there damage to the existing siding?
  • Is the paint looking "chalky"?

These are all indicators that it is time to seek out a professional help.

Brick Siding:

  • If there is no paint on it currently, is there cracking?
  • Is the existing paint chipping?
  • Is there staining from the above siding?

If you said yes to one or all of these reasons, it's time to get a new coat of paint on your brick siding.

Wood...

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If you are ever thinking about repainting your walls, but don't know how often you should do it. We suggest anywhere between three to five years. There are several things to keep in mind when you are thinking about rooms to be painted.

  • When was the last time it was painted?
  • What conditions are the walls in?
  • Is it an area that sees a lot of traffic?
  • What kind of paint was on there previously?
  • Is it getting harder and harder to clean?

If you say yes to one of more of these, odds are, you should think about painting the walls again. Do you need to wait at least three years to paint? No. If you want to paint sooner, you absolutely can. It's just what we suggest as a general rule.

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