Applying a fresh coat of paint on your interior walls is one of the easiest ways to give your home a new look. You get to transform your interior space by applying the colours you and your loved ones desire. Some homeowners choose to hire professionals that offer interior painting services while others will DIY. But, regardless of the options you pick, there are certain mistakes you should avoid to ensure you don't mess things up. [Read More]
Using Paint To Address Home Renovation Challenges
Covering walls with a fresh coat of paint not only spruces up a home's decor, but it can also solve a lot of issues. Here are some tips on using paint to address several challenges you might come across when renovating. Dim Rooms If you have a room that doesn't receive enough natural daylight — whether it's south-facing or has small windows — it can feel dreary and dim. The right wall paint, though, can reverse this effect. [Read More]
Tips for Hiring an Interior Painter
It is never difficult to distinguish between a paint job that has been done by a professional and one that has been done by a non-professional. The final quality of the paint job is enough to tell it all. While painting often seems like an easy task, there is a lot of skill and expertise that goes into it. This is why painters always seem to have ongoing assignments at any given point in time. [Read More]
Why Use Anti-Mould Paint in Your Kitchen or Bathroom?
Some rooms in your house suffer from condensation more than others. For example, kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms are most likely to have this problem. While you may already know that using a specialist washable paint can help prevent some problems in these rooms, it's also worth looking at paints that have anti-mould properties. How do these paints work and why should you use them in your home? How Does Anti-Mould Paint Work? [Read More]