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Springtime Painting: The Perfect Season to Paint Your Home’s Exterior

Top 5 Reasons Why Spring is the Perfect Season for Painting in Prescott Springtime painting is the best time to paint in Prescott. Many people think that summer is the best time to get their exterior paint job. There are some problems with that philosophy here in the Prescott area. In short "for this neck of the woods," springtime is often the best season for exterior painting. Let's consider some of the reasons why. 1 - Summer Monsoons Here in the Quad-Cities, we get hit with some heavy monsoon rainstorms. They usually begin in late June and are quite unpredictable

May 22nd, 2022|

Painting Your House: Essential Prep

What You Need to Know Before Painting Your Home The only property improvement project that quickly revives, beautifies, and protects its investment effectively and affordably is painting your house. New coats of paint can completely transform the look and value of your home. And while painting your house can be a big job, it’s a project that necessitates preparation. Painting your house’s exterior is challenging because it needs to withstand the elements. It's also necessary to seal any exposed wood and roofing areas before painting. You'll want to make sure that all surfaces are clean and dry so the paint

April 22nd, 2022|

Wood Stain: How to Choose the Right Stain Color

What colors of wood stain for a log home or deck? Well, we have some rich and striking trends for wood stains here in the rustic Prescott area. The Times They Are a-Changin' In the previous decades, most all log homes and decks shared the same tint of brown on the exterior. The up-to-date exterior wood-stain color choices have increased considerably with the turn of the century. As a result, homeowners have become chicer and bolder. Now manufacturers of staining products offer a more extensive palette of colors from which to choose. Modern wood stain range of color hews now

February 20th, 2022|

Color Trends for 2022

Interior Paint Colors 2021 is behind us, and we are already well into 2022. Even so, are you getting ready to think about your interior painting projects? Here in the Prescott area, we are seeing some creative painting and color trends moving forward in 2022. The Subtle Pull for Creative Color Trends Overall thoughtful application of color is a very powerful visual tool. Well-planned hues and tones similarly influence the mood of any space with an unconscious emotional pull. Our Emotion Cries Out for Color! Most of us have never considered this, but one of the most interesting things about

February 15th, 2022|

Deck Coating vs. Winter: Protect Your Investment

How Deck Coating Protects from Winter Damage Outdoor decks are great for recreation and relaxation during the mild seasons. But they sure take a beating during the winter. That’s true even in the relatively gentle climate here in Prescott, Arizona. Applied by experts in the field, waterproof coatings will go a long way toward guarding your investment against the harsh winter elements and keeping your deck nice and fresh-looking. Protection from Tough Weather Most decks, even concrete ones, as a rule, need to be treated in every climate. At some point in time, with a waterproofing sealant. Not only does

February 1st, 2022|

Waterproof Deck Coating: Home Owner Guide

Why Choose Waterproof Deck Coating? A deck for the most part is one of the areas of your property for everybody to soak up the summer sun and enjoy the company of friends and family. Patios and decks are designed to create family memories, yummy grilling opportunities, and just a place to relax. The weather conditions make it essential to periodically inspect to mitigate water damage in the Prescott area. This article will explain why waterproof deck coatings are an important investment consideration for property owners. Moisture: Not Good for Decks Although decks are costly, they add a lot of

January 31st, 2022|






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