"Barry helped us out of a really bad jam we were left in by Home Depot's installation contractors, and he installed some appliances for us (our entire kitchen). He did a wonderful job, and was so patient when my husband became ill a couple of times and we had to postpone the job. Anyway, he recommended his wife, April, for cleaning after he finished the job. My house needed a deep clean due to our inability to do it ourselves. April came over, surveyed the condition of the house, and gave us a quote in combination with a specific list of what she would do. She and two ladies who work with her came over on the agreed date, and I was happily surprised at the fervor with which they worked. I didn't take pictures, although I wish I did, because they absolutely transformed my house! We've agreed on a regular schedule now, and she and her associates do a FABULOUS job! I look forward to the day they're going to come over now. If there's anything I want her to pay special attention to, I don't have to worry about mentioning it in a text before she gets here, although there rarely is anything that she has overlooked! Can't say enough good things about April and Barry, too. They're good folks!"
It’ll cost you between $500 and $1,000 to paint the exterior yourself. Not including paint, it’ll cost you no more than $200 to $300 at a home improvement store like Home Depot, Lowes or Menards. You may end up spending more if you buy high-quality products from specialized shops. Professionals can get the same supplies for about half what you’ll pay. Westminster House Painting
When selecting a color scheme for the home’s exterior homeowners can choose color options that will correct flaws that they may feel exist with their home and property. Some examples include utilizing two shades of a single color to make a home appear appropriately sized when the home may be too large or too tall. To accomplish this effect individuals will want to place the darker tone on the upper level of the home’s exterior. Smaller windows can appear more proportionately sized by trimming them in a lighter tone of paint. Darker colors make a space or feature appear smaller. The same effect can be obtained for homes positioned further away from a curb. By using lighter tones the home will not feel camouflaged. Westminster Home Painting
Walls should be wet down before getting scrubbed, then washed with a gallon of water mixed with 1 cup chlorine bleach and 1 cup of either a concentrated, phosphate-free cleaner, such as a trisodium phosphate (TSP) substitute, or Jomax House Cleaner. Working in sections, from the bottom to the top, will avoid streaks. Be sure to rinse walls well before the solution dries. Wood siding and trim should be ready to paint after a day or two of dry weather. Westminster House Painting