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How to Dispose of Your Old House Paint

paint cansNo matter how accurately you measure out the amount of paint you need for a project, you always seem to have leftovers. Of course, you don’t want to just pitch full cans of paint, so you put it into the garage or a storage room of some sort. After a few projects, that paint is just going to continue to pile up. So what in the world are you suppose to do with it? You can’t just pour it down the drain, and trashing it isn’t really an option because the you can actually find yourself in trouble with local waste management. Instead of doing something illegal with those cans of paint, here are a few ways you can dispose of them.

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Add a Unique Painting Touch with Venetian Plaster

Venetian plasterAdding decorative paint to a room is a great way to apply a unique style to any given room. This way, a room can stand out on its own and offer a different look than what the other rooms in the house or facility provide. Using venetian  plaster does take some skill and time, so for those property owners who don’t want to experiment with it on their own, bringing in residential painting contractors can often save time, energy and make sure the venetian plaster looks beautiful. However, for those who are interested in trying their hand at the plaster style, this is the way to go about it.

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House painting Phoenix and monsoon rains

desert monsoon stormIt might only rain a handful of times in Phoenix throughout the year, but it always seems to downpour right when you are in the middle of something important, like painting your house. So, it has started to rain and you just put down a fresh coat, what in the world are you suppose to do? You sure don’t want to be forced to put down another coat in a few days and start over. All of the extra work and money you’d put in just isn’t desirable at all. So, whether it looks like it is going to rain and yet you need to get it done or it just started and you rushed inside, these are a few different professional house painting tips from professional contractors.

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Residential Painting Tips

efflorescenceResidential painting can be tricky for anyone who doesn’t have a lot of skill or experience with it. However, it doesn’t mean you should suffer through inferior painting just because you don’t have the same knowledge of a professional. Of course, if you want to bring in a professional to help save you time and energy, by all means go right ahead. Should you want to do it on your own though, here are a few residential painting tips for you to take in.

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Prep and Paint Your Garage Floor in Phoenix

paint garage floorThe garage floor often doesn’t receive the attention it should. Many people buy their home, see the cracked concrete and just leave it as it is. However, while it might be alright to park the car, it doesn’t do much in terms of looks, not to mention anything spilled or dripped in the garage and it is just going to stain the concrete. So that little oil leak from the car or coolant problem that has been acting up, there’s nothing that can be done. By preparing and coating a garage floor, it beautifies the garage, makes it look fantastic and improves the ability to maintain and clean it. Additionally, you can choose a color that looks nice with your home.

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Transform Your Staircase with a Coat of Paint

simple painted stairsDo you love the feeling of wood stairs but you wish you could do something about the color? Well, you can, and all you need is some fresh paint. While the intricacy is going to determine the difficulty level of this job, do not think twice about contacting painting contractors. Stairs receive a lot of attention due to the prominence, so you want to make sure it looks perfect. Painting contractors are more than capable of delivering a beautiful looking staircase, but if you are up for the challenge, feel free to go right ahead (besides, if it doesn’t live completely up to your expectations, you can always give the painting contractors a call after you test it out).

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