Painting the Exterior of Your Home…Do It Yourself, or Hire a Professional?

    Friday, 01 May 2009 14:17   Blog

Exterior painting is the most cost efficient home remodeling project. You can change the look of your home for a few hundred if you do it yourself… or a little more money if you hire a professional to do the work for you. Below are the steps you need to take if you are planning on taking the challenge of painting your home by yourself.

Should I Paint My Home If I Plan On Selling It?

    Tuesday, 21 April 2009 13:45   Blog

Are you considering selling your home? Should you stay?...or should you go before investing in painting?

A fresh coat of paint is an easy and the most inexpensive way to freshen up and change the look of your home, while also adding value to the possible future sale.

Prudential Realty states in their marketing research that you recoup 75% of a paint job cost if you paint your house 1 – 2 years prior to selling it.

2009 Sharper Impressions Painting Seminar

    Tuesday, 24 March 2009 13:38   Blog

The 2009 Sharper Impressions Painting Annual Painting Seminar

Gearing up for the 2009 year with Sharper Impressions Painting, 18 managers from different areas gathered together for our annual training and spring season kick off seminar. Even with the unfortunate recession of 2008 our SALES were up!

Sharper Impressions Expands to Dallas

    Thursday, 05 March 2009 13:31   Blog

Sharper Impressions Painting, Inc. is proud to announce our expansion into the Northern Dallas area. We are a residential and commercial home painting company whose specialties include exterior house paintinginterior house painting, wood trim, Hardie Plank Siding paintingdeck stainingfence stainingcedar house staining, patio and arbor staining, stucco painting, power washing, minor drywall repair. We are very excited to be painting in McKinney, Frisco, Plano, Allen and surrounding areas such as Richardson, Lewisville and Little Elm.

House Painting In The Fall

    Wednesday, 22 October 2008 13:29   Blog

New technology has now enabled most exterior paints and stains to be applied at temperatures as low as 35°F, allowing homes to be painted much further into cooler months than before.

Painting Green Tips

    Tuesday, 30 September 2008 13:23   Blog

With growing concerns about caring for the earth, Sharper Impressions Painting is continuously looking for new, environmentally-friendly ways to make your home beautiful. If you are looking to make your home a healthier place for your family to live, Sharper Impressions Painting has many options and will find the right paint for you!

How to Choose Exterior House Paint Colors

    Monday, 14 July 2008 13:21   Blog

Listed below is a list of pointers to consider when choosing new exterior paint colors for your home. For more information go to www.sharperimpressionspainting.com or www.voiceofcolor.com

Why Two Coats of Paint are Better Than One

    Tuesday, 24 June 2008 13:13   Blog

Two coats of paint is the minimum that should be applied when painting your home. Typically, one coat of paint won’t give you the solid full color you are looking for. In addition one coat of paint will not provide the durability you are hoping to get out of your newly painted walls. One coat of paint often times is difficult if not impossible to clean up if the walls get dirty on both the interior and exterior of the home.

Choosing the Right Paint Color

    Tuesday, 17 June 2008 13:12   Blog

Choosing a paint color can be one of the most difficult decorating decisions, but with a few tips it’s easy.

One, pick your favorite object in the room it can be a rug, wall art, or a piece of furniture. The colors in this piece will set the scheme for the rest of the room.

Two, pick colors that match that favorite piece and coordinate those.

House Painting Preparation

    Tuesday, 11 March 2008 13:11   Blog

When a person decides to have their house painted they are making an investment in their property that they want to look great and last a long time. It is highly important that the proper steps are taken to prepare and protect your home. Every good paint job is a result of proper preparation. There are several steps in the process that are vital and cannot be overlooked. Otherwise, you will spend more money correcting an improperly prepared home.

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