How to Paint Kitchen Cupboards

As a Vancouver painters we are sometimes asked to paint kitchen cupboards. While time consuming, if done properly the results are amazing and cost effective. As with most painting, the first and most important step is the preparation. With cabinets you need to disassemble all of the c
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Painting using a paint sprayer

Spraying is very effective in getting a large volume of surface area done. The problem is that if done by an inexperienced crew they can make a terrible mess. Insurance companies have a $1000 deductible per claim. So if you have a rookie crew and they are uninsured, or underinsured an
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Painting Interior of Science World

Renaissance Painting has been down at Science World off and on for a couple of months now painting the interior. It is a two tone colour scheme, with a dark colour on the upper and a lighter colour on the bottom. The interior of the building is very large, with large walls, mechanical
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Painting The Town Red

I recently took on an interior painting job in Vancouver’s Yaletown. My client was mortified when her 8 year old granddaughter entered her condo and said “Gramma, your home looks just like a hospital.” The condo was a pale cool green not unlike something you would have seen in a hospi
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How to paint your textured ceiling

Ok, so you have finally decided to paint the ceiling, and it is one of those textured ceilings, sometimes referred to as “popcorn” ceiling. Textured ceilings are popular with builders because they hide a multitude of sins, such as poor finishing of the drywall, poor floor or ceiling j
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