1. Paint Rollers Color Wheel

    Hue, Tint, Tone, and Shade — What’s the difference?

    For the average person, the words hue, tint, tone, and shade are generally used interchangeably. And this doesn’t usually cause any problems on an average day, but when you’re selecting paint colours for rooms inside your home, your exterior house colour, or your office, and depending on who you’re talking to, which word you use can make those conversations easier. If you’re planning on hi…Read More

  2. Home Office Space With Blue Walls

    The Best Colours For Your Office

    It may be surprising to some, but the colours that surround us can have an effect on our moods and productivity. There is a whole colour theory that revolves around the energy that is created with certain colours. In fact, since 1984 when colour psychologist Angela Wright developed a Colour Affects System, interior designers and psychologists have been studying colours, the combination of differen…Read More

  3. Man Pressure Washing Driveway

    6 Things to Make Your Home’s Exterior Look Amazing

    Whether you’re looking to sell your house soon or you simply want to have the best curb appeal on the block, there are several things about your home’s exterior that can greatly enhance its overall appearance. In addition to just looking great, however, a few of the following things will also ensure that your home is safe and protected from future issues that may occur. The house you live in i…Read More

  4. Home With Wood Shake Exterior

    How The Weather Can Affect Your Home’s Paint

    It’s nice to be able to go inside and find protection from the elements when it’s raining, snowing, extremely windy, or even really hot. Even though it’s obvious, and maybe a little silly to point it out, your home’s siding is never able to escape from the weather. Through all of the different seasons, through all of the rain and hours of intense sun, the siding and the paint on your home …Read More

  5. Paint Roller Painting Wall Red

    Signs Your Interior Walls Need Fresh Paint

    When was the last time you looked at the walls in your house? Unless you have kids who like to draw on the walls or if you recently rearranged family portraits, there’s a good chance that it’s been a while. We don’t often think about the condition of the paint on the walls unless there’s a reason to. And for many homeowners, this means that the walls haven’t been touched in years. Are yo…Read More

  6. Man Taping Off Window for Painting

    8 Things That Can Cause a House Painting Job to Fail

    The house painting process involves a lot of preparation of the siding material, cleaning, and making sure windows and other surfaces are covered. In addition, the temperature at the time and other weather conditions can interfere with the siding material and the paint. Homeowners often try to tackle this project on their own, and sometimes it turns out just fine. But many other times significant …Read More

  7. Roller, Ladder, and Fresh Coat of Orange Paint

    Is Your Home’s Paint Eco-Friendly?

    There are dozens of things in your home that can affect the quality of the air, the amount of energy used, and how sustainable your home is in general. Many homeowners think of their home’s heating and cooling costs, their air filters, or the energy-efficiency of the windows. But one factor that many homeowners don’t consider is the paint on the walls. House paint isn’t something that we thi…Read More

  8. Stucco Home With New Paint

    Benefits and Disadvantages to a Stucco Home

    Stucco has been around since ancient Greek and Roman times, when they would use gypsum, marble dust, and glue to build homes and create walls for fresco paintings. The material is still being used today for a strong and durable home siding material; however, the makings for stucco have changed considerably, adding to the strength of the material. But even though stucco has been used for hundreds o…Read More

  9. Painter Reaching Eve of Home Exterior

    Tips on Repairing Stucco

    A stucco home has a certain charm about it — maybe it’s because there’s such a long history to the material or the smooth appearance it gives a home — but either way, stucco is a strong and durable material that many Winnipeg homeowners love. However, just like any other material used for home siding, it does need maintenance and sometimes even stucco repair. Stucco can crack, chip, and br…Read More

  10. Modern Home With Grey Exterior Paint

    Preparing Your Home for Market: Top Improvements to Make

    Whether you’re looking to improve the equity in your home, or you’re planning on selling your home soon, then it may prove beneficial to invest in your abode to earn returns in the future. That said, some investments are better than others (and some can actually lose you money!), so how can you be sure that you’re investing wisely with your home improvements? Well, we’ve collected some of …Read More