Low VOC waterproof sealers

Posted on September 10, 2014

Low VOC waterproof sealants are quite an advantage over other types of sealants. The reason is because these types of sealants are eco-friendly. This is great news for customers wanting to go green with their projects. The more ways we can save our environment the better. Green-Pro Painting Expertise Green-Pro Painting uses Low VOC waterproof sealants and this is quite a benefit with our expertise. We have many years of experience in painting ...

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Low VOC Wall Paints

Posted on September 5, 2014

Your home is your castle and nobody could take away the sheer pleasure of being able to decorate it to your liking. No homeowner is a stranger to the exhilaration of finding a paint color that matches that personal utopic image of what a beloved home stands for. The joy of applying the satin smooth coating which spruces up the look of your home’s interior is enough to have you bouncing off the walls. And it should, because the right type ...

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Cool House Painting Ideas and Trends

Posted on August 10, 2014

If you are looking to bring some flare into your home, it may be time to start considering a paint job. Cool House Painting Ideas and Trends can make your home as colorful and vibrant as you want by simply adding a touch a color to the various rooms in your house,  such as the living room, den or even your bedroom. There are many things that you can do in your home to liven it up and and give it a style that all of your friends will be talking ...

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How Painting Your House Protects Your Family

Posted on August 5, 2014

A new coat of quality paint for one's home is one of the best investments one can make. Not only does a new coat of exterior paint instantly increase the value of the home up to 10% and help to improve the appearance of the entire block, but it also seals and protects the painted surfaces from weather damage. Sealing the exterior and interior surfaces of the home with a new coat of paint discourages rot, mold, and mildew; creating a safer and ...

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How Often Should You Paint Your House?

Posted on October 16, 2013

Perhaps one of the more daunting tasks associated with being a homeowner is painting. Whether you hire a professional painter or do it yourself, you’ll still need to take one thing into consideration: the frequency by which it is painted. Some homeowners paint their homes every year while others never do it. Below, we’ll show you how to find the happy medium when determining how often you should paint your home. General Rule - 5 to 7 ...

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What Are The Differences Between Big Box Store Paints and Retail Paints?

Posted on September 13, 2013

Believe it or not, there are a few key differences between retail paint stores and big box store paints (Home Depot, Lowes, etc.). First and foremost, it’s important to note that the latter are going to provide you with much more quality. However, you will end up paying a bit more per bucket for them. As with most products in life, you get what you pay for when choosing between retail and big box store paints. Big Box Store Paints If ...

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How to Pick Colors for Your Rooms

Posted on August 14, 2013

When picking colors for the interior painting of your home, it’s often best to keep the architectural features of your home in mind. Bookcases, windows, doors, and mantels should all match your color scheme in some way. For example, a room that contains wainscot can provide you with a good opportunity for creating a lot of contrast in your rooms. Choose Colors That You Can Live With We live in a world where a gallon of paint can easily cost ...

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Can You Paint Brick Houses?

Posted on August 1, 2013

If your brick house is in serious need of a “face-lift”, then you could consider painting over it. However, it is important to note that there are certain things you must do to prevent damage to the surface of your home. In the following sections, we’ll show you how to paint brick houses in a non-damaging and efficient manner. Why Do People Choose to Paint Brick? There are many different reasons for why someone would want to paint their ...

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How to Clean a Wall That Has Previously Been Painted On

Posted on July 25, 2013

Cleaning a wall that’s already been painted on can feel like a daunting task. Fortunately, it’s quite easy once you learn what to do. First off, it’s important that you figure out what type of paint you’re working with. Glossy or semi-glossy paints tend to be fine for washing while latex and satin-based paints may fade with aggressive cleaning. Regardless of the type of paint you’re using, it is important that you thoroughly dust ...

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Going Green On A Budget

Posted on April 13, 2013

It's a common misconception that "Going Green" is a costly endeavor. You can start with... ...a can of paint. Most paint manufacturers offer affordable solutions. V.O.C's (volatile organic compounds) are the gases that are emitted from certain paints. If you read the labels carefully you will see whether or not the product contains V.O.C's. You want to avoid products that don't have a green leaf on their label. Most low V.O.C paints cost on ...

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