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Trim: Are you wearing out your magic eraser on the doors in your home? Does the vacuum leave scuff marks on your baseboard trim? How does your interior trim look? One area that can instantly improve the look of your home is the trim work. Doors, door trim and baseboards are just three areas that can look new with proper prep work and a fresh coat of paint.
Bathrooms: Do you have water streaks on your bathroom walls? Bathrooms sometimes need to be repainted before any other room in your home first. The moisture and heavy use in such a small space can do a number on your paint job. Bathrooms are smaller rooms and can be repainted for a fraction of the cost than other spaces in your home. Applying the correct paint, can allow your new paint job last longer than other products used in the past.
Hallways: Are your children using the wall to wipe their hands? Do you see marks from constant wear and tear? Similar to trim, there is only so much you can do to clean the fingerprints. After some time, it’s simply time to repaint the walls. Fading over time can make it impossible to effectively match the existing paint color. Touching up will not do the job properly. Normally repainting the entire wall surface is the way to go.
Entry Doors: You walk through your front door, garage door, or mudroom door every day. Do you ever stop and notice how it is looking? Is your front door color dated? Repainting your front door can give your home the fastest change to your curb appeal.