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When to Prime Paint an Interior Wall

Do Interior Walls need to be primed before painting? I am asked this question all the time when talking to customers about interior painting. The answer is, that depends. And it depends on different factors. It depends on the substrate material, it depends on the condition of the substrate, and it can depend on the age of the substrate. If it is ne...
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Self Priming Paint

Many People have asked me about Self Priming paints. They want to know if there is truly such a thing as "Self Priming" paints and if they are any good? From what I can determine, most if not all the talk about these paints is nothing more than good marketing. But, the final arbitrator of this question is the Data sheet for these products. Data she...
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"What will you do to protect my carpets, floors and furniture"?

When I'm quoting an interior paint job I am often asked by the customer, "What will you do to protect my carpets, floors and furniture"? This is a very good question and I explain my process this way. My top priority is giving you a quality finished paint job that you will love and enjoy for years to come. At the same time I want to protect your be...
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Downtown Vancouver Store Front Improvement Project

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This is one of our recent commercial painting projects that was funded in part by a grant from HUD in association with the City of Vancouver, WA. New metal facade was installed and then we were contracted to paint the new metal work and trim of the exterior of the building.

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