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House painting FAQs
 

House painting FAQs

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    • House Painting FAQsThe most common asked questions
    • Q. How many gallons of paint is necessary for my house?A. Save time and money by determining how much paint is required prior to beginning.Navigate to http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for- your-home/paint-calculator
    • Q. How will I know if my house has lead paint?A. Find a EPA Certified Painting Company
    • Q. Whats the best clear coat to protect my interior stained wood?A. Lacquer vs Conversion Varnish or Profin clear coat
    • Q. How can I get rid of my surplus paint?A. People must appropriately get rid of substantial amounts of paint by doing a search for a Hazardous Waste Facility.
    • Q. What are the coatings that can be placed on concrete and stone to guard these surfaces?A. Use 100% solid epoxy, 2-part floor epoxy, and concrete sealers
    • Q. Which Company Should I Use When they Appear Equal in Price and Professionalism?A. Are you licensed, bonded and insured?B. Additionally, ask if they have references
    • Q. What brand and quality level of paint products do you use?A. If you are hiring a professional, they should use top quality paint.
    • Q. How long will a high quality exterior paint job last?A. With the right prep work and first-class supplies used in accordance with the homeowners directions it should range from 7 to 15 years before a re-coat is necessary.
    • • If You Want a Professional Paint Job Discuss Your Needs with College Works Painting www.CollegeWorks.com