If the wood sided house is rough sawn, then I would go with a solid acrylic stain such as Sherwin Wliiams Woodscapes. If it has smooth siding then ...
I would prime it with an oil based stain killer type product to seal out any staining from the grass and to lock it down to the wall. The finish pa...
I guess you could install the floor first but normally the flooring is not installed under the baseboard, also you then will working over a finishe...
There will be no difference in how long the paint will last. In alot of cases you will apply more paint with a sprayer than with a brush so you are...
No you can't cut back on the prep work as that is a very important part of the job. As far as the finish paint you could go with an acrylic wat...
I would go and a scrape and sand to remove as much of the latex as possible down to the enamel. Then you need to prime with an alkyd/oil based unde...
I would use a product called Jomax to clean the house as it does a great job. You should wet your plants down first to make sure no damage occurs a...
It seems that there is a class action lawsuit on this product and you may want to explore that avenue to see if it applies to you.
If it is the old paint that is peeling then all of the paint needs to come off and that is even if you stucco again as that will be on top of the f...
Was the efforessence treated with a mild acid wash? Did you use a masonry primer designed for high alkalinity? Yes if you paint in direct sunli...
There is a product called big wallys plaster repair that you may to check into. I saw it in a magazine and sounds like it is good way to fix up pla...
Is there anyone that sells flip clean gutters in your area as I have them on my house and they are wonderful, you can clean all your gutters in abo...
You may want to check with an organization call Painting& Decorating Contractors of America and see if they have someone that does expert witness w...
For the most part if paint is peeling down to the bare wood it is caused by moisture getting into the wood and pushing the paint off. Hope this ...
Yes the heat from the fire and all of the water applied to put that fire out could cause the paint to bubble and peel. Is it peeling down to the su...
I would go with the cement siding as it will be the most stable and it will not rot like the wood or engineered wood. I like to see siding finished...
With most epoxy type paints after the paint has cured more than a couple of days then you need to sand the paint so that the next coat will adhear....