Commercial Painting: Different types of paints used in building construction
14/10/2021 By Michael
There are plenty of reasons to give the exterior walls of your building a fresh coat of paint. The benefits range from improving the aesthetic appeal and weather-proofing, to pest protection and graffiti prevention. While there are many types of building paints you can choose from, you have to keep in mind the reason why you started the commercial painting project. If you have just bought a new build, you want to protect the exterior walls with a coat of high-quality paint that will withstand the changes in weather, humidity, and physical or cosmetic damage.
Residential Painters Perth: Cost to Paint a House in Perth WA in 2021
21/09/2021 By Michael
The average cost of exterior house painting in Australia is around $12 to $60 per square metre. Whereas the average cost of interior house painting in Australia is roughly $500 to $10,000. Expect the total cost of house exterior painting to be higher than interior house painting, as there can be more risks involved when working outdoors. Below, we talk about the two types of painting jobs so you can get a clearer idea of how much to budget for your house painting project.
Driveway Painting Perth
13/08/2021 By Mike Cotterill
Driveway Paint Often when people renovate their homes or rental properties, the driveway is not a priority and is often overlooked. However, it can be quite a beneficial thing for your home if you remember to refresh your driveway paint. One reason to apply a new coat of driveway paint is that it can extend the life of your driveway while increasing your home’s value. And you don’t have to do much to get your driveway looking like new - just get the right people for the job. To learn more about the benefits of a driveway paint refresh and what you can do to achieve a professional finish, keep reading.
The Different Types of Anti-Graffiti Paint Coatings
11/06/2021 By Mike Cotterill
Do anti-graffiti paint coatings work? In short, absolutely. It's a popular choice for many local communities, private property owners, and business owners affected by graffiti vandalism across WA. According to Crime Stoppers WA, this widespread petty crime costs the West Australian economy over $25 million a year. That is a lot of savings to sink into graffiti removal. And while removing graffiti helps to restore the image of a neighbourhood or shop front, repeating graffiti vandals or their pals often keep coming back. As you can't always get to remove the graffiti as quickly as it reappears, it leaves a negative impression on prospective customers, clients, and neighbours.