Painting Tips for Vancouver & Portland
Welcome to the Fletcher Painting Blog. Topics blogged about below include many painting tips and articles from our professional house painters including resources, specials, news and other updates from our team here at Fletcher Painting.
Removing the wallpaper off your wall can be a major headache. The job requires that you purchase special equipment and solutions, and that you possess a tremendous amount of patience and time. Wallpaper is by it’s very nature difficult to pull away, because it was not designed to do so. So if you’re wondering whether […]Read More
Let’s cut to the chase. The most important thing to remember when choosing the right paint for your next interior project is how it’s going to look once the job is completed and everything is moved back into place. You want to consider how you’ll feel about your paint job long after the work is […]Read More
Just like how we have to go to the doctor every once in a while, our houses also have to go under repair every so often. From small touch ups to large scale renovations, there are a slew of things that can be done to make your house comfortable to live in and always seem […]Read More
In accomplishing your Portland house painting task, to choose the right colors can be really tedious and daunting all at the same time. The exterior paint of your house would generally depend on the colors of the immediate environment that surrounds it. But of course, you can still choose the colors that you personally prefer […]Read More
To apply interior painting in your Vancouver home to improve its aesthetic value can really be a wonderful investment. This is especially true when you have the plans of selling it. It all starts with considering to do a repainting job for your home. Interior painting can really do a big difference in improving its […]Read More
Your body gets bathed daily. You clean your room perhaps two or more times a week. The kitchen is certainly cleaned every day as necessary. How about the outside of your house? The first thing a visitor sees is the façade of your home. Years of enduring weather and outside elements can make this look […]Read More