Painting Contractors Aurora co.
Residential Painting, House Painting and Commercial Painting
As Painting Contractors Aurora, 303-573-6666 we have tried many brands and I’ve been happiest with Benjamin Moore, though Sherwin Williams paint impressed me as well. If you find a color you like from another line, a paint store can match it for you in the brand you like which is no problem for other paint manufacturers.
Choosing a finish that is appropriate for the room and application is a great task in itself. Some like semi-gloss for trim, eggshell for kitchens and bathrooms and others prefer flat for all other rooms. Glossy finishes are the most durable, but flat finishes help to hide imperfections, like drywall tape lines and some areas in the walls that might have be a little warped. Painting Contractors Aurora co. Knows most paint finishes now, even flat, will hold up to a little cleaning. Porch paint is the most durable option for painting wood floors.
So what paint do you think is more durable, latex or oil? I always use latex (water-based) paint. It dries quickly, there are less fumes, and it cleans up with water and now days most water based paint is just as durable as all based paints. You can still choose latex if you are painting over oil paint, but you must lightly scuff areas to be painted and prime next with a primer. You can test what kind of paint you have by rubbing it with a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol. If the paint comes off, it’s latex.
Get a low-VOC which stands for, Volatile Organic Compounds paint if you’re concerned about paint fumes in a nursery, for example. Many brands offer a low or no VOC option, including, Benjamin Moore, but like I said Benjamin Moore is a great painting product, a little more expensive but it’s all worth it. If you’re looking for the right company to get the job done right the first time weather its commercial or residential painting, one bedroom or the entire office, give us a call here at painting contractors Aurora, and we will get back to you promptly
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