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Should I Paint the Insides of My Cabinets?

It’s a great day!Hi, I’m Nicholas Painter, of Brush & Color Painting, home of the 3 year warranty on all painting projects. I’m a residential paint contractor, and you’re probably wondering if Painter is my real last name! Yes, it is..I’ve been a painter my whole life! Here we are on this beautiful day in […]

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Should I Test My Popcorn Ceiling for Asbestos Before Removing In Austin, TX?

If you are planning on removing your outdated and unattractive popcorn ceiling this season, a vital step that is commonly and unfortunately skipped is testing the popcorn textured ceiling for asbestos.  If your house was built before 1978, it is a MUST to test for asbestos before any remodeling is done. Asbestos is linked to

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When Should I Schedule My Next Interior Paint Project in Austin, TX?

It is not uncommon to get a call requesting painting services on a very short notice.  Short notice to a busy painter could be 3-4 weeks away, and 6-8 weeks during the busy seasons. Interior painting can happen all year round. There are some minor factors to consider before scheduling your interior paint project, such as

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Our Process For Cleaning Cabinets Prior to Painting

Before we paint cabinets, we use a two-step degreasing and cleaning process to ensure maximum adhesion.  We first use a special formula of Dawn dishsoap and water applied with a green scrubby pad. Dawn is a powerful degreaser that allows our primer to adhere to the wood surface prior to painting. Secondly, we use a 50/50

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Our 19 Step Process for Cabinet Painting

When we paint cabinets, we use a 19 step process, to ensure a great result every time! This process includes cleaning, sanding, and cleaning again. We use vacuums and air-movers to ensure a dust-free environment, for a factory-finish that adheres properly to all surfaces.  We then apply 2 coats of primer, followed by more sanding

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What Tape Should I Use On My Paint Project

Did you know that NASA used the same specialized painter’s tape on the Mars 2020 spacecraft that we paint contractors use in your home every day!? So cool!From concrete to wood floors to space crafts, there are specific tapes with specialized adhesion as to;  protect the surfaces not being painted, not leave any adhesive behind,

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Should I Paint Before or After Flooring is Installed

It’s a great day! Hi, I’m Nicholas Painter, of Brush & Color Painting. Home of the 3 year warranty on all painting projects! I’m a residential painting contractor in Austin, TX. We suggest that painting happens last. This will allow us to prep and paint any replacement baseboard pieces or new shoe molding that is

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When Should I Paint My Ceilings in Austin TX?

When Should I Paint My Ceilings in Austin, TX? It’s a great day! Hi, I’m Nicholas Painter of Brush & Color Painting. Home of the 3 year warranty on all painting projects! I’m a residential paint contractor. Hey Nick! When should I paint my ceilings? If you’re in the market for a paint job, and

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How Much Does It Cost to Paint My Kitchen/Dining Area

It’s a great day!  Hi, I’m Nicholas Painter of Brush & Color Painting, home of the 3 year warranty on all painting projects! You’re planning on painting you kitchen/dining area for the new season. Before you hire a paint contractor, it is wise to get a few estimates on the project to compare the value

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