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Remote estimates thanks to MLS files Posted on Mar 5, 2015

You would like to have your house painted before moving in, but you don’t have the keys yet? We have the solution. We now offer remote quotes to help our clients. You simply have to send us the PDF document that shows the MLS listing and then we will be...

The final inspection of a painting job Posted on Feb 27, 2015

Ideally, proceed to a quick inspection after the painting of each room, or of each exterior wall. If possible, it’s always better to inspect before the painter leaves the premises so that there won’t be any useless delay in getting the work done. Plus the painter will be glad he...

How to paint a cornice? Posted on Feb 23, 2015

How to perform cornice painting on a 3-stories building? We often have to deal with this kind of project. For the painting of a cornice, it’s important to know how to apply a few painting at heights and exterior painting techniques. The method chosen by the house painter varies also...

What’s the difference between acrylic, latex and oil paint? Posted on Feb 12, 2015

A question that is often asked to commercial painters is the difference between oil, latex and acrylic paint. Here is my anser. Oil paint Once dry, an oil paint film is very hard and washable, which means we can scrub it vigorously without seeing the paint peel. The main defect...

How to do the inspection of a painter’s work? Posted on Feb 12, 2015

A team of painters must have certain specific characteristics to pass easily a meticulous inspection. Team work, continuous progress, and the presence of a foreman on the painting site are factors that greatly help passing the client’s final inspection. But as a client, how exactly should proceed for doing an...