Except for your floors, doors probably are some the most used parts of your home.
When they're not greeting guests, withstanding the weather, or getting slammed, they are being fingerprinted by oily dirty fingers and pushed open by feet.
I think it's safe to say your doors get used and abused. That's why it's so important to take good care of them when they need a little TLC.
Most of us think we know how to slap on a coat of paint and make things look better. But the truth is that most people either don't know how or don't take the time to do the job right by:
What's true when it comes to painting walls is even more true when it comes to painting doors.
Whether your doors are interior or exterior, there are steps that need to be taken to do the job thorough and right:
That's a pretty time consuming process, and what if you have more than one door that needs to be painted?
Painting doors takes a lot of time and a lot of patience to do it right.
I can make the process so much easier for you...it will take less time, it will be less mess and definitely less frustration.
I have designed and built a large mobile paint truck that I can bring to your location. It is equipped to take care of the entire process from prepping to spraying to drying...the job will take less time, there are no paint odors in your home and I do all the clean up.
If you have doors in your home that need to be refinished, give me a call for a Free quote.
Along with the curb appeal of the front of your home, your front door makes a statement to all who see it or enter through it. Your front door should be the focal point of your home as well as having a welcoming appeal.
This is extremely important if you are staging your home to put on the market for sale, you want potential buyers to feel comfortable and like they are "coming home". It's also important for you as the homeowner, making not only you but any guests you might receive feel that safe and comfortable feeling.
Whether you're getting ready to sell your home or you are planning to stay in it and upgrade it's outside appearance, you are working on its curb appeal.
Curb appeal involves everything from the front of the house to the street and everything in between. It involves looking at the front of your home through new eyes.
When you look at something every day, you get used to its flaws and before long you don't even really "see" them. You need to take a fresh look if you are going to make any improvements.
But where do you begin?