A Bright, Front Door

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A Bright, Front Door

A few years ago my father purchased my mother a new front door for their home. At first, my mother was excited. However, she quickly decided she didn’t like the plain white color of the door, so she asked my father to paint the door a vivid burgundy color. I visited the home after the front door was painted. The burgundy color of the door looked amazing against the blue color of the house. If you want to give your home a fresh, new look without spending a lot of money, consider what changing the paint might do for the interior and exterior.


Wallpaper Removal From Sheetrock? How To Make It Happen

20 May 2017
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Sheetrock, by its very formation, is powdery and easily smashed or broken with force. In houses where previous owners decided to install wallpaper directly over sheetrock, it is nearly impossible to remove it without causing some damage to the sheetrock. However, if you are facing a problem with hideous, worn out, outdated or damaged wallpaper and it is secured to bare sheetrock, there is a way to remove it carefully. Start with a Special Stripper Read More …

How To Mask Off Before Painting

4 January 2017
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Painting is a great do-it-yourself project because you can involve your friends and family. Actually painting the walls on the inside or outside of your home is very simple. Of course, certain aspects of the job are little more difficult. For instance, painting the edges and lines will need to be done by somebody with a little bit of skill with a paintbrush. But perhaps the most important part of the job is masking off. Read More …

How to Paint Better Lines on Textured Drywall

26 October 2016
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Painting the interior of your home is a manageable remodel, especially if you have textured drywall. Drywall is a great surface to repaint because it is absorbent, and you can use latex-based paints. Basically, painting is a great project even if you have no painting experience. That being said, there are certain parts of the job that are a little bit difficult. Most important, you need to figure out how to paint the straightest lines. Read More …

Best Roofing For Wind-Prone Areas

6 October 2016
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Many areas in the United States suffer from wind storms. Whether they be hurricanes, tornadoes, or some other wind-related event, they frequently wreak havoc on your property, especially on roofs. The next time you have a new roof put on your house, consider investing in materials that are particularly wind resistant. By doing so, you can protect your home from leaks, even if the shingles are damaged or torn off completely. Read More …

3 Mistakes To Avoid When Painting Your Home’s Exterior

8 September 2016
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When mistakes are made on an interior paint job, only visitors and household members are aware of them. However, mistakes on an exterior paint job are noticeable to everyone. If you are planning to paint your home's exterior, here are some mistakes to look out for.   Not Power Washing the Surface One of the biggest mistakes you can make when painting the exterior of your home is to overlook cleaning the surface first. Read More …