Summer is a great time for completing home renovation projects. While some household jobs are anticipated, mother nature can bring surprise plans. The unexpected home repair is always stressful. What do you do after the elements strike? When hail, wind, or water damage wreak havoc on your home, call the trusted storm restoration experts at MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling.
Your Virginia kitchen is in need of an update. However, finances are tight, and you can’t spend all your savings on a complete kitchen overhaul. But don’t despair! With these tips from MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling, you can remodel your kitchen without going broke.
As the leaves begin to turn and the air becomes a little crisper, there are a number of outdoor repairs and home improvements that all homeowners need to address before winter arrives. At MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling, we recommend that you perform a preliminary visual inspection of your home and property now which will allow you to determine what you need to work on yourself or have repaired this fall.
Even the most well-loved and well-maintained homes sometimes need a boost to their curb appeal. Whether you’re preparing to list your house for sale or you’re simply a homeowner who takes pride in your property, the following tips from the experts at MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling should be helpful.
Have you ever wondered what effect color has on your mood or energy level? For example, which colors are calming and would be best suited to a bedroom or which would encourage creativity in a studio, or stimulate appetite in a restaurant? At MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling, we have the knowledge and experience to help take the guesswork out of color selection both in residential painting and commercial painting applications.
Interior painting is an excellent way to brighten up a tired room and give your home a fresh new look without investing in complete renovations. However, there are a number of common painting mistakes that you should try to avoid. At MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling, we’ve seen it all, so we’ve put together a list of the top three DIY painting blunders and how to circumvent them. Take a look at these before you start your next home-improvement project.1. Choosing … Continued
Welcome to MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling’s blog series on preparing your home for sale. Over the next few months we will be sharing our knowledge in order to help you get the greatest return on your home improvement investments.If you are looking for a quick sale and competitive offers, there are a number of things that you can do to make your home more attractive to prospective buyers:Have a home inspection completed prior to listing the house. This way, you … Continued
While clearing the eaves and downspouts may seem fairly straightforward, there are a few tricks and tips that our team at MasterWorks Painting & Remodeling have put together to make the job a little less tedious. Enjoy the beautiful fall colors of Virginia now, before all those leaves fall and fill up your gutters! As a rule of thumb, gutters and downspouts should be cleaned out twice a year, once in late spring and once in autumn.In the fall, your … Continued
As fall rolls in and temperatures start to drop a little, don’t let yourself be rushed back indoors. There is still plenty of time to tackle your outdoor home improvement projects and up your home’s curb appeal before the Virginia winter forces you inside. In fact, why not let the fall colors inspire you to do some exterior painting?Color Selection TipsYou may be tempted to simply stick with the existing color on your home. That’s fine, if you love the … Continued
Are you looking for ways to spruce up your home without undertaking a major home improvement project? Adding color in fun and unexpected ways is a great way to add more of your personality and style to your space, and it won’t break the bank! From painting the floors, to adding textiles to hanging artwork, take a look at some of our favourite ways to brighten up your living environment: By adding a stained glass window to your front entry, … Continued