Should Paint my House Or Should I Find Painters Near Me?
We know you’re a real DIY person and there aren’t many things more satisfying that painting your own interior walls or your backyard shed, but interior painting and exterior painting are two different beasts. And even then painting a 132 square feet bedroom’s walls isn’t the same as painting a stairway’s walls or the tall walls on your living room. Without the right equipment it can be a real hassle.
Of course, here at the Handy Guy we also have expert painters near you that are more than willing to accommodate any situation and any surface in your house that might need a new paint job. Sometimes you need a steady hand more than you do the right equipment, so hire a steady, firm, and experienced hand with our help.
Again, you could probably paint most of the walls on your house on your own, but there will be some tall or heavily-ornamented ones that could prove too much for you. Plus just how much do you know about finishing and ornamenting? A skilled painter could turn a boring one-tone wall into a sweet gradient, or even paint your favorite team’s logo on the wall of your rec room.
Exterior paint is tricky, you have to know which house paint is the best for the kind of weather you get in your area, and you also have to think about texturing and all that jazz. Why don’t you let a professional take care of it? The exterior is the first part of your house or business that anybody will be seeing, so why not make sure it looks as good as possible? Don’t fidget too long at the house paint aisle at the hardware store and just make one easy call instead.
Cabinet paint and furniture finishing
We all have painted a cabinet in our lifetimes; it comes with being a homeowner. A fresh face of paint will give new life to your kitchen cabinets, and those old wooden chairs out on your porch and backyards are going to need some maintenance in the future. As always, if you’re not convinced on your own abilities you can look for a painter here with us… but if you’re looking to be a true DIY go getter I personally would recommend starting with furniture and cabinets, it’s a fun little project that will be sure to leave you satisfied. Minimal finishing and texturing experience needed, too! Just be wary of tell-all YouTube tutorials and consult with an expert instead if you have any questions.
Speaking of questions, we’ll be more than happy to answer any you might have about the painters in your area. Painters near me? We got ‘em. The Handy Guy is here to help you find the best of the best in house and business painting.