Painting Tip: Protect Your House Early From The Cold Weather.

Fall is fast approaching, protect your house from the cold weather. Our painting tip is for you to remember to give your deck a thorough pressure washing.  The recent moisture caused by winds and rainfall has thus intensified the formation of molds and mildew ready to break in the woods anytime.Maximize your time and effort. Do some caulking and sealing, too.  Saving energy is part of our painting tip too.  Examine  your walls and windows for possible leaks and apply some sealants th...
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What is Southern Perfection Painting, Inc.’s White Glove Service?

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White Glove Service?  Hmm… what is it all about, another technical term? With few yardsticks, the Southern Perfection Painting, Inc. focuses with a model that is best practice in phases of painting, caulking, pressure cleaning, or its derivatives.  In other words, a White Glove Service is a “CSW” (complete staff work) based on a “premium service package” where everything is delivered by the service provider, end-to-end, and it is stipulated in the Contract.  Here’s how the job goes for...
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House Painters Tip: Put Up Artworks In Your Room

House Painters Tip: Put Up Artworks In Your Room
Act like a pro, just like Southern Perfection Painting Inc.'s creative house painters. Enhance any room in your loved home with somewhat called artwork. This could be a painting or a photograph on the wall, a sculpture on a corner, a piece of designer furniture as a centerpiece - harmonized with the room color. Choices bring about true feelings.  Your color speaks for you, decide on what to apply. But, of course, be responsible in your own home in the energy that you bring within. Yo...
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Residential Painting: Paint Brush and Roller Cleaning Tips

Residential Painting: Paint Brush and Roller Cleaning Tips
These residential painting tips and examples will explain the best way you can care for your paint rollers and brushes so your paint jobs would be easier and neater:Trim off the ragged roller edges The tiny beads and ragged edges of dried paint on a paint roller may look harmless, but they will mess up your paint job. Trim them off and leave a tapered edge, or else your roller will make tracks in your paint as you work.Clean your brushes with a golf club brush An old golf club brus...
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Residential Painting Equipment: The Preference of Interior Painters

Residential Painting : How to Choose Quality Paint
There are different kinds of residential painting equipment used by interior painters. These vary according to the kind of paint product and the area of the surface walls to be covered. The best result is likewise dependent primarily on the kind of paint brush and roller - all of which have to be properly determined.The local painting contractor selected by the homeowners has to be knowledgeable and up-to-date in this field. The painting services offered reveal a lot on the said 2 factors....
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Southern Perfection Painting Tip: How to Paint Double Time

If you are going to paint a large room or wide outdoor wall, it would be faster to finish the wide wall or ceiling if you are going to use an 18-inch wide roller and roller cage. The roller is supported in both sides that makes it easier to apply paint with consistent pressure.  You can find wide roller equipment in most paint stores, or you can order a whole set online.This may not work well with broken walls and ceilings with many corners.This painting tip and more, only from South...
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Painting Tip: Paint Your Walls Like A Pro – Day 2 Painting Continuation

Exterior Painting Tip: Paint Your Walls Like A Pro – Extension Poles for Paint Rollers
Previous Painting Tip: Extension Poles for Paint RollersSo you did not finish your painting project today.  Let's continue it tomorrow... but the paintbrushes and rollers will dry up and it's hard and time-consuming to soften them again for the next day's painting job.  The trick is to roll off or brush off excess paint and wrap your paint rollers and brushes twice with a plastic food wrap to keep them from air drying.  Place them in the fridge overnight.  The next day, just take them out 30...
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Exterior Painting Tip: Paint Your Walls Like A Pro – Extension Poles for Paint Rollers

Exterior Painting Tip: Paint Your Walls Like A Pro – Extension Poles for Paint Rollers
Previous Painting Tip: Anti-Splatter Canvass DropclothsIn exterior painting very high walls and ceilings, instead of buying step ladders that are heavy and bulky for storage (and costly too), you can just use a soft, nonslip grip, rigid metal core extension poles and attach it to your paint rollers. A clever way to make painting easier for you, right?Next: Continue Your Painting Job The Next DayPhoto by Mike Dillon 
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Residential Painters Tip: Paint Your Walls Like A Pro – Anti-Splatter Canvas Dropcloths

Residential Painters Tip: Paint Your Walls Like A Pro – Anti-Splatter Canvas Dropcloths
Previous Painting Tip: Tint Your PrimerIn avoiding paint splatters or even spills, several painters use covers to prevent staining the floor with paint.  Most DIY painting activities just use inexpensive and convenient newspapers, but in the end does not assure for the floor to be mess-free. Others use plastic or even cardboards. There are also some that uses plastic over cardboards to ensure floor coverage. However, SPPI residential painters have known that the best anti-splatter floor cove...
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Interior Painting Tip: Paint Your Walls Like A Pro – Tint Your Primer

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In our last interior painting tip, we shared about the need to prepare the surface for DIY painting. In this blog, we will briefly share the importance of tinting your primer.2. You can actually buy colored primer paints instead of White or Grey primer.  But an easier and cheaper (and more dedicated) option is to mix a White primer paint with a little bit of your top coat color. This will help completely hide different color primed surface (white/gray over top coat).In interior paint...
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