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Painting Your Home: An Interview with Patrick Walsh of 603Painting

By Patrick Walsh

About 603Painting:

At 603 Painting we pride ourselves on growing with the industry as new products and technologies are developed. We attend as many training courses and seminars as time allows, to ensure we maintain a proper knowledge of the latest products being offered. Over my past fifteen years I have seen many old schools of thought be replaced with new products that provide a higher quality finish product and are safer for the environment.

603Painting Services:

We offer many types of painting, restoration and refinishing services for your home or building. If you have questions about our services, how we work or what to expect when we arrive at your location, please give Patrick a call at 320-1809 today!

We are known for our high quality work at reasonable rates. Our motto, "We Aim To Please" is not just a catch phrase! We provide quality workmanship, honesty, accurate free estimates, and hold customer satisfaction to the highest standards.

What are signs you should repaint the exterior of your house?

A couple of signs that your property to needs to be painted again would first be if it looks dirty. Mold and mildew are visual on exterior surfaces and can damage the finish of paint. Another sign would be if old coatings are starting to flake and peel.

What are faux finishes and what can they do for the overall feel of a home?

A faux finish is a decorative coating that is designed to give the appearance of another material. There are a wide variety of different techniques and materials that can be used to create the look you may be going for. In my opinion, a faux finish may add value to your home, but may not necessarily add value to a house for sale.

Any painting advice?

Getting a house painted should be a decision that is researched. There are many people out there that claim to be painters. The most important step in the painting process is the preparation. The property should be first treated and washed, loose painted should be removed and new wood fibers should be exposed before priming bare areas, gaps and joints should be caulked to avoid water penetration, and quality products should be used for your top coats.

Contact Info:

We can be contacted either through the web site or by phone (603) 320-1809.

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