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Why the Two-Coat Application is a Standard Rule for Repaint Projects

One of the most common questions that arises during the initial project planning and budgeting phase is, “How many coats of paint do I need?”. Generally speaking, a minimum of two coats of paint is the standard procedure when it comes to achieving a seamless finish with full coverage and the ideal durability protection.

The Ultimate Guide to Completing an Interior Painting Project For Your Commercial Space

In this blog, we will explore the most important steps to successfully completing an interior painting project for your commercial space.

How to Keep Your Commercial Building in Top Shape: Paint and Coating Systems

Maintaining the paint and coatings on a commercial building.

Top 5 Signs Your Property is Due for a Repaint

Important tips on how to identify whether your building is due for a repaint.

10 Essential Steps to a Successful Painting Project

Understanding the essential steps to working on a successful strata painting project.

Commercial Painters vs Residential Painters: How They Differ

It's important to understand that commercial and residential painters have distinct differences in terms of expertise, skills, and scope of their work.

How to Identify a Reliable Strata Painting Company

When it comes to painting a strata property, finding a reliable company is crucial to ensure a smooth and successful project.

Nyalic Treatments - Bringing Metal Surfaces Back To Life

When it comes to being proactive in protecting your property from rust and metal corrosion, a quality Nyalic treatment might just be your best solution.

5 Reasons to Hire a Professional Strata Painting Company

When it comes to maintaining and enhancing the aesthetics of a strata property, exterior and interior painting plays a vital role.

Why You Should Book Your Interior Paint Project Now

Keeping up with the maintenance and decor of an office space, strata building or business park is essential to satisfy the well-being of its tenants.