If you've ever watched a professional painter at work it is quite amazing that they can put gallons and gallons of paint on the wall without seeming to ever have any spills, errant roller marks, or wandering brush strokes.Read More
ImageWorks Painting Blog
Everybody loves a one stop shop. People flock to superstores like Walmart because we can do our banking, get a haircut, file our taxes, get the oil changed in the car, and buy a week's worth of groceries, all under the same roof.
When we have a home improvement project most of us hit up a big box store because it saves us from having to run all over town picking up supplies. Very convenient.Read More
If you've ever had a concrete driveway, sidewalk, or pool deck poured by a professional concrete company then I don't have to tell you how expensive it can be. They have to prepare the area, build the forms, install reinforcing metal, pour the mix, and then finish it so it looks nice and pretty.Read More
Stucco is a popular, long-lasting choice as an exterior facade on many homes.
Modern stucco is typically made up of Portland cement, sand, and lime; and just like any other masonry surface it needs to be protected from the elements if you want to keep it intact and looking good over time.Read More
We're excited to announce that ImageWorks Painting has received the esteemed 2014 Angie's List Super Service Award. This represents our 4th consecutive Pittsburgh Angie's List Super Service Award.Read More
A question that we often get when customers are planning to re-paint the stucco on the exterior of their homes is about the necessity of using Sherwin-Williams' Loxon Conditioner, or other masonry conditioners, before applying their paint topcoat. While Loxon Conditioner is a wonderful product when used in the appropriate situation, its widespread use on homes -- especially those in coastal areas -- may very well exceed its intended purpose.Read More
If you're like many people with an older home, you might still be sporting single-pane wood windows and storms. While they may not be quite as energy efficient as their insulated double-pane counterparts, not everyone has the money in their budget to replace them.
When buying supplies for a house painting project, most people will grab whichever paint brush is on sale because it's hard to justify spending upwards of $20 on one if you don't understand the difference between them.
No, I'm not talking about the CliffsNotes version of the '50 Shades of Grey' novel. I'm talking about using a tinted primer under hard-to-cover paint colors so you can avoid having to apply an excessive number of coats.
In the 1950's vinyl siding was introduced to the market as a replacement for aluminum siding. Vinyl was and still is sold as a less-expensive alternative to other types of siding, that never needs to be re-painted because of rot or peeling paint.