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Are you trying to sell your home? Painting the walls and trim of your home can add instant value. It shows potential buyers that you have taken care of your house. A fresh coat of paint cleans up any marks and holes made by you over the years. It looks less tired and makes it…What questions should I ask my potential painters?
Ideally, ALL painting contractors would tell you exactly what’s included in their price and what’s not. However, as we all know, ideal world scenarios don’t usually tend to mirror the real world. When hiring any trade there are some key things that you need to know in order to protect you and your home. Below…Calgary’s Professional House Painters
When it comes to painting your home’s interior or exterior, what starts out as an ambitious DIY project can quickly turn into a stressful and frustrating mess. Luckily, the knowledgeable and experienced house painters at 360° Painting Calgary are here to help. With our no-nonsense estimates, selection of premium paints and finishes, and focus on…Wallpaper! Should I or Shouldn’t I, that is the Question!
As a homeowner, I am not a fan of wallpaper. There, I said it! I have removed too much of it to want to put it up in my own house. However, as a decorator, I really like how it can change a room. There are so many wallpaper patterns and colours to choose from…What Sheen Should I Use?
You might ask, what is sheen? In simple terms, Sheen is the amount of reflection given off by your paint. The highest reflection is a gloss sheen and the lowest is a flat sheen. The most common name for the middle of the road sheen is eggshell. However, there are several different names given to…What colour should I paint my garage door?
This question comes up on a daily basis at 360° Painting.A common home design in the Calgary area has the garage attached to the home. It is a very large square in the front of the house. It can greatly impact the curb appeal. Done right, it can add value. Done wrong, it can detract…What colour do I choose?
Putting a colour on the wall is like writing the first sentence to a novel, drawing the first line of a sketch, taking that leap off of a cliff into the water. All very daunting things to do but very empowering when it is done. Some things to consider when choosing colour. First, is this…One coat or two?
Can we get away with one coat, or do we need two? That’s a question many homeowners ask 360° Painting. The answer is a complicated one as there are many factors to take into consideration. If the surface to be repainted is in good condition, is just faded and you are not changing the colour…