The DIY Series are perfect entry-level sprayers for The DIY Series are perfect entry-level sprayers for tackling home projects such as doors, trim, furniture, interior walls, ceilings, decks and fences. Ideal for those painting up to 50 gallons per year. The Magnum Project Painter Plus delivers amazing results with speed and finesse, allowing you to finish your project in half the time it would take using brushes and rollers. The high-speed performance of this sprayer puts you in the driver's seat with fully-adjustable pressure. Give your projects the reach they need, since this lightweight sprayer can support up to 50 ft. of paint hose. You can spray directly from a 1 or 5 gal. bucket with its flexible suction tube and clean up in no time with the PowerFlush adapter. More + Product Details Close House Painting Westminster CO
A fresh paint job has the power to totally transform the look of your house in less time and for less cash than any other remodeling project. That thin skin of resin and pigment also protects your investment, shielding it from sun, wind, and rain—until the paint begins to crack and peel, that is. Then it's time to button up with a couple of new coats. Properly applied, new paint should last for a good 15 years, provided you use top-quality materials, apply them with care (and with an eye on the weather), and, most important, clean and sand every surface first. Here's what you need to know to get a first-class finish on your home's exterior.
Homeowners report that painting a home’s exterior costs an average of $2,843 with a typical range between $1,710 and $3,988. The average price per square foot ranges from $0.50 to $3.50 depending on your location, condition of your exterior and accessibility. Stucco and brick cost an average of $1 per square foot more than vinyl or wood. The average 2,500 square feet home costs an average of $4,000, though it can range from $1,250 to $8,750. Westminster Home Painting
And of course, there's always a time and place for crisp white paint. Here's proof that sometimes it really is the best choice of all, even if it's also the most obvious. Alexander M. Reid opted for a crispy, bright white for this traditional bathroom and then added splashes of blue for a classic combo. The graphic floor tiles liven it up and the white walls serve as a perfect backdrop for the gallery of artwork. House Painting Westminster