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Deck Pressure Washing and Staining

Deck Staining and Pressure Washing Company Howard County, Anne Arundel County With summer now upon us many homeowners are beginning to place use of their decks into high gear, but it's worth remember that decks are an area of your home requiring extra care as they are subject to heavy traffic, harsh weather, and constant moisture.  For those that prefer Read More »

Can You Paint Over Water Stains?

Howard County, Painting Contractor With the record-setting rain we've been having here in the Howard County and Anne Arundel County area the last couple of months we thought now would be an ideal time to address the question of whether you can paint over water stains. Let's start with the basics - if your house has some water stains on Read More »

Exterior Paint Sheens - A Helpful Guide

Like interior paints, exterior paints are available in a variety of sheens. The tips below will help you choose the best sheen for your exterior surfaces. Flat Like its interior counterpart, flat exterior paint is appropriate on more blemished/uneven surfaces, as its low sheen conceals imperfections. This is why we tend to use flat exterior paints on older homes, especially Read More »

How To Tell When Your Home Needs To Be Power Washed

How To Tell When Your House Needs Cleaned With summer around the corner you're bound to start noticing all of the grime and mold the winter and rainy spring has left behind ? The most common places for mold growth is on the north and east elevations (due to a lack of direct sunlight) or in an area constantly shaded Read More »

Selling Your Home? Don't Forget These 3 Painting Tricks

Paint the Exterior Front Door When it comes to home renovation, most real estate professionals would agree that the front entryway creates a memorable first impression. Over time, the paint on the front door and surrounding trim can become worn and faded. We always recommend painting the door a color that contrasts with the existing paint scheme to make the Read More »

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