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Painting at heights — what you need to know

What is painting at heights? We talk about painting at heights when the worksite is located over one story high (approx. 10 feet and up) and requires both elevation equipment and a greater vigilance than usual to avoid accidents. More […]

Large surface painting

Large surface painting characteristics Team work Painting large commercial buildings asks for a team of several experienced painters and a very good site management. Clear communication in the team is also a key element for the project to progress well.  […]

Painting a lamppost: safety first!

Painting a lamppost requires some precautions in order to ensure a safe work environment and thus eliminate the risk of accident and damage. Here is how our team of certified painters succeeds in painting a lamppost safely. Health and safety […]

FinDecor is hiring journeymen painters!

FINDECOR IS LOOKING FOR PAINTERS! Seen the company’s constant growth, FinDecor is hiring!  Applicant Requirements: Own a car with a valid license Be ready to work in the greater Montreal, (mainly in West Island and downtown Montreal) Having a CCQ’s […]

Lamppost painting: tips to make them last longer

Lamppost painting: tips to make them last longer Because lampposts are tall and exposed to the most extreme climatic conditions throughout the year, the painting coat on a lamppost can have a very limited lifetime or loose its sheen. However, […]

Dormer painting in Montreal

In Montreal, there are countless dormers in different shapes and sizes. Our team of building painters had the chance to paint all kinds of dormer windows. Techniques used for dormer restoration and painting vary more or less from one model to […]

How to paint near electrical wires

Recently, FinDecor’s team was called upon to perform the painting of a cornice located near electrical wires. We often encounter this situation when doing outdoors renovations, be it for the painting of industrial, commercial or residential buildings. Obviously, we always […]