Paint has power if applied with the professional touch
Photo Caption: In this photo, a Benjamin Moore professional painter masterfully painted the kitchen using Aura in Blue Belle and White Diamond for a sophisticated, designer look.
(NC)—Any good professional painter will say that 90 per cent of a home painting job is done before the can is opened. There is a tremendous amount of prep work needed in order to achieve a perfect finish.
“Your home is your most valuable possession and believe it or not, your paint finish can make or break the look,” says Sharon Grech, the colour and design expert for Benjamin Moore. “We've all seen poor paint jobs with messy lines, drips and splatters left behind. This can really leave a poor impression. So unless you're willing to take your time, go through all the necessary steps, and have a steady hand, you may want to consider a pro.”
Leading paint companies work extensively with pro painters to enrich communities and make the world a more beautiful place. “The pros that work with us, for example, can trust that the 'colour lock technology' will bond the pigment to the paint for a richer, more vibrant shade – and one that is true to the colour you chose.”
Grech offers some additional benefits of working with a professional painter:
• They won't overbuy paint; they estimate accurately for the job.
• They are experts with impeccable attention to detail.
• They repair surfaces if needed to ensure a flawless, even application.
• They properly protect the home to ensure the paint only ends up where it's intended.
• They ensure the colour on your wall is true to the colour you chose.
• They can provide sound advice on how to uphold the beauty and durability of the paint over the long term.
More information on how to find a pro painter in your area is available online at BenjaminMoore.ca.
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