Category: Interior Painting

Kitchen Cabinet Painting Mt Pleasant SC

Kitchen Cabinet Painting Mt Pleasant SC

September 9, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Last week we finished our latest kitchen cabinet painting job in Mt. Pleasant. This was a fun one to do while working with great people to achieve the look they were wanting. The home owners have small children what use stools to see above the counter tops. Over time the stools have inflicted some damage […]

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The Best Way to Pick the Right Paint Color

The Best Way to Pick the Right Paint Color

July 22, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

I’ve been involved with the color selection process for hundreds of houses. When having your house painted choosing the right color or colors is by far the most difficult process. If not done right from the beginning it can also get very expensive re-painting rooms. Now, this isn’t always the case, some people don’t have […]

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Painting a Brand New House

Painting a Brand New House

April 30, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

The cleaners have finished, you’ve just completed the final walkthrough, everything is signed, and you’ve just been handed the keys to your brand new home. Congratulations! Once you open the door for the first time and take a walk around you might notice something is missing, other than your stuff that is, the house doesn’t […]

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How Lighting Can Affect Your Paint Color

How Lighting Can Affect Your Paint Color

January 16, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Last week we were painting a big portion of a house for a customer and were asked an interesting question. We had painted an upstairs bath room that had two joined rooms a shade of green. When we arrived one morning the home owner asked if we had made a mistake and painted the first […]

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Kitchen Cabinet Painting Summerville SC

Kitchen Cabinet Painting Summerville SC

October 11, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

This week we finished the largest cabinet painting job in Summerville SC that we have ever undertaken. There were 60 cabinet doors and 20 drawer fronts, to put it in perspective an average kitchen has around 20-25 doors. So this thing was a monster! Kitchen cabinet painting isn’t for the faint of heart. You really […]

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Painting Stained Trim

Painting Stained Trim

April 8, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

Recently Paragon Painting was contracted to convert all the trim and doors from stain to paint in a house located in Mt. Pleasant. I’m always on the hunt for good blog post topics and this is one area I haven’t covered here before, so why not. As a disclaimer to the DIYers, converting stained trim […]

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Charleston Area House Painting

Charleston Area House Painting

July 21, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

A couple weeks ago we finished painting an entire interior of a house in Mt Pleasant, Ion to be exact. We were supposed to be the last contractor on the job, but delays happen and that wasn’t the case on this one. No worries, the project was large enough where we were able to work in different […]

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How to Paint Latex over Oil Based Paint

How to Paint Latex over Oil Based Paint

June 13, 2015 | By | 1 Comment

Okay, so in my previous post How To Test For Oil Based Paint I showed you how to determine if you have oil based trim in your house. Now that it’s been determined that the trim was painted in oil there are a couple ways to go about painting latex over it. First, let me say […]

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How to Test For Oil Based Paint

How to Test For Oil Based Paint

April 12, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Testing your interior trim for oil is important. Failure to do so and painting latex over oil without using a proper primer will haunt you for years to come. Fixing that mistake is a much bigger task than doing it right the first time.   How to Find Out if it is Oil  The first and […]

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How to Apply Color Samples

How to Apply Color Samples

February 20, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Picking the right color can be a serious challenge when painting your home. Normal paint charts compound the problem. How on Earth can you visualize how an entire room will look based on a tiny little paint chip? You can’t, choosing off a chart requires a leap of faith. The other factor to consider is […]

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