Michigan Pure Painting Has Expanded Its Service Area To Include Canton, Michigan
Michigan Pure Painting is proud to announce that they are expanding their painting services to Canton, Michigan, to help serve more Michigan residents than ever before.
Painting seems simple at first, but the artistry is soon revealed when people attempt to repaint their own interior and exterior surfaces, and it takes several layers, a lot of paint, an experienced hand and even more stress to result in an even finish. Smart individuals will hire a reputable expert to efficiently and effectively repaint their external and internal surfaces in time for the big spring clean. Michigan Pure Painting has just expanded its services to Canton, Michigan, to help more people than ever enjoy superb surfaces.
The new service area will enable the company to expand their services into a brand new area of Michigan, having previously established an outstanding reputation for corporate and residential jobs in Ann Arbor and Monroe. The company has selectively expanded its team in order to offer the same high quality service to both existing and new territories, to cope with increased demand.
The painting contractors can achieve outstanding results in both interior and exterior painting, with reasonable prices and service that exceeds expectations, meaning residents of Canton need look no further when looking to fix up their weathered walls, extending a hundred percent satisfaction guarantee on all jobs.
A spokesperson for Michigan Pure Painting explained, “We are very excited about this opportunity to be able to serve the residents of Canton MI with our interior painting and exterior painting services. Unlike many painters and decorators, we promise to be on time and on budget with our painting jobs, and we will never ask individuals to pay for optional extras and treatments – we do the job right first time for the price we quoted. This simple, straightforward, honest and reliable service has helped us succeed in other parts of Michigan, and we have every confidence the people of Canton will respect this ethos and give us a chance as they look to refresh their homes for spring and summer 2016.”
About Michigan Pure Painting: Michigan Pure Painting is a local painting company that serves Monroe, Ann Arbor and now Canton, Michigan. They provide painting services for residential and commercial properties, and their services include interior painting and exterior painting. Their experienced and expert team can offer outstanding results at competitive prices. If you are looking for painters Canton, MI, then please give us a call. For more information please visit: http://michiganpurepainting.com/
What Causes Fading Paint? By Eric Barstow
In places like Monroe, Canton, Ann Arbor, and all of Southeast Michigan this is the question being asked constantly. At Michigan Pure Painting, it is one of our main focuses to ensure your house painting job lasts as long as possible. You can see some of the homes we have done anywhere from Ann Arbor to Canton, and from Detroit to Monroe County on our website athttp://MichiganPurePainting.com/portfolio/.
Basically, there are two main ingredients in paint: resin and pigment.
Pigment is the color; this is mainly for aesthetic appeal and is the more enjoyable thing to talk about when re-painting your home. Check out http://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/. They have some awesome programs and apps that help you find the colors that are right for you. To give you a quick starting point in picking the colors you want, the number one rule is using what you already have. If you talking about interior painting, take a look at the colors in the couch you just bought, the counter tops you are in love with, the artwork you can’t live without. Try matching a color in the couch that you already like, or pick something that could be a good compliment to the main color of the piece of furniture. For exterior painting, if you have brick or stone, nice new windows or a new roof, you’ll want to pull something from one of these places, because most likely they will be staying around for a long time (it’s much cheaper to paint than it is to get a new roof or new windows).
But enough about color, we’re here to talk about why the south side of your house looks like it’s 30 years old while the north side looks like it was painted yesterday! Of course in Michigan, especially during those harsh winter months, this isn’t always the case as snow and rain can really damage those areas that don’t get a lot of sun, but sun damage is largest problem we see from our client’s homes at Michigan Pure Painting.
Resin is put in paint as the protector. Without getting too scientific, it has bonding agents that latch the paint onto your siding, masonry, cedar, vinyl, etc. It also has hardeners that act as a cover over your house and help make the resin last as long as possible. Overtime, our sun breaks down this resin and causes the pigment to distort and look uneven. This is the patchy, uneven look you see typically on the west and south sides of your home.
So why does this matter to you? Even if your home may not look the best on the block, should you spend money on getting the whole thing repainted? Although your house may be unpleasant to look at, there is much more at stake if you do not get this resolved. One thing that happens is the sun can dry out the wood and create what is called “dry rot”. If this happens over an extended period of time, your boards become brittle and weak, and will eventually fall apart and have to be replaced. Secondly, the paint chalking off (fading) leaves your siding exposed to other elements such as snow, rain and hail. When water/condensation runs down your siding and sits on your window sills it can (and will) rot through your wood and warp your boards to the point of non-repair. Replacing siding and windows is much more expensive than a re-paint of your home.
That being said, just putting paint over the top of these fading, damaged areas is not recommended. Your will want to wash this failed paint off with a strong pressure washing machine. In some more critical cases where your siding is actually exposed and showing through the old paint, you will also want to have these areas primed. Primer is a thick, glue-like substance that adheres better to wood than paint does, and creates a good surface for paint to latch onto. After taking these couple of steps, you are ready to put a new coat of paint on your home.
There are many things that are happening to our houses as they sit outside 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our sun is needed but is also damaging not just for us but for our homes. When your paint begins to fade and chalk, you want to start considering getting your house re-painted.
For a customized, detailed estimate, you can call Michigan Pure Painting at (734)331-7701, or visit our website at www.MichiganPurePainting.com and enter in a request to have someone come out to your home. When it comes to prep work, we don’t compromise. And when it comes to painting, we’ve got you covered.