Denver Paint Stain Customer Guarantee

Our pledge and guarantee to you: We’ll perform your paint project with the utmost professionalism, provide superior quality and assure your complete satisfaction. GP&D customers have better experiences with their paint contractor. Testimonials, referrals, and plates of cookies tell stories of appreciation our customers have while doing business with us. This is not a onetime

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Painter For A Day

What is Painter-For-A-Day? The Painter for a Day service offers a way to get those smaller unattractive or maintenance paint projects behind you. We offer you a painter (or two) for an eight hour day to do those touch-ups, single rooms, or those rush projects. They can usually get one – three rooms finished in that time. Of

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Brush, Roll Spray – which is better?

  Just 120 years ago, Francis Miller is credited with the invention of paint spraying. Paint rollers are a more recent development coming to the industry in 1940 by Norman Breakery. The oldest painting tool is the brush; who knows how old? Now some may say that because the brush is the oldest way of

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Wood Door Refinishing

   Refinish Wood Door Service consists of a close stain color, applying protective coats (sealer & a spar urethane clear coat), filling nail holes and cracks, a smooth sanding and caulking casing perimeters. We do not remove hardware (lock sets, etc.) during this process.   It is our goal to provide you with the most

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Why Color Matters

Why Color Matters Considering how color makes you feel and what it says about you, is it any wonder that color is one of the most important decorating decisions you’ll make? Color is a language Color is one of the most fulfilling elements in our lives. Color can attract your attention or change your mood. 

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How to Choose Colors

The inspiration for choosing the right colors for your home is right in front of you, under your feet or on your walls. Use these tips to decorate with confidence. Begin at the Beginning Determine what features or existing finishes in the room you would consider permanent. Consider the cabinets, tile or a brick fireplace.

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Cloudy clear coat turns crusty

Today’s challenge: Cloudy or milky look after the clear coat was applied. Someone called today a described this condition on their new Alder woodwork. Doors, trim and built-in wall units all were finished over a year ago, but from the time the project was finished the condition got worse. What happened to this stained woodwork;

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Best way to apply paint?

So what is the best method of applying paint – brush, roll or spray? Good question – my answer would be it all depends on what are the expectations. I think it is like the different forms of personal transportation – walk, run or drive a car. Each have rewards and difficulty. A brush works

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How to find a good quality Painting Contractor?

Today we would like talk to you about a big question that we as customers face every time we hire an outside professional for there services.   Have you ever had an experience with a contractor who was unpleasant, misunderstood and all around just left you out of the loop? Did I hire the wrong

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Surface preparation to paint: Kill mold and mildew

Prepare the surface for paint / wallcovering by addressing the mold and mildew first. Property owner awareness is heightening due to the health risks that humans and animals are exposed to toxic compound. Mold exposure can cause allergic reactions, asthma attacks, and irritate eyes, nose, throat and lungs. The health risks will go on until

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