Painting Techniques House Painters Use

Posted on: 24 August 2023

Applying a fresh coat of paint has the power to revitalise and rejuvenate the appearance of a home, imbuing it with a renewed sense of vibrancy and freshness. However, achieving a flawless finish is not as easy as it seems. Professional house painters use a variety of techniques to ensure a smooth, long-lasting result. Here are some of those common painting techniques. Prep Work Proper preparation involves cleaning the walls to remove dust, grime and grease that could prevent the paint from adhering correctly.
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Benefits of Protecting Your Boat with Polyurethane Marine Paint

Posted on: 8 February 2023

Owning a boat or other vessel is a fantastic way to enjoy the water and take in the beauty of nature. However, boats require regular maintenance and protection from the elements if you want them to stay in tip-top shape. A great way to protect your boat is by applying polyurethane marine paint. This blog post explores some of the benefits this type of paint can offer.  Durability The main benefit of using polyurethane marine paint is its durability.
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Two Weather Impacts That Indicate Your House Needs Repainting

Posted on: 28 February 2022

For many years, the Queensland tourist campaign slogan was, "Beautiful one day, perfect the next." With over 300 sunshine days per year, it certainly is the sunshine state. However, the flip side of Queensland's weather is ferocious summer storms that bring strong winds and torrential rain. Over time, Queensland's weather certainly impacts all buildings in the state, both residential and commercial. As a new Queensland homeowner, it is essential you know how the weather will affect your home's paint.
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Why Should You Repaint Your Home Exterior?

Posted on: 27 July 2021

If the last time an exterior painter was at your home was after the construction of the house, the paint is probably weak by now. As a result, it allows sunlight and moisture to seep through and damage the walls of your home. In the end, the paint film weakens and starts to peel, blister, and lose its gloss. The wall also begins to expand and contract, thus forming cracks. Unless you are strictly following routine maintenance, you might find yourself spending money on repairs.
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