Paint Drips and saging is a common problem from Painters that try to make one coat of paint cover in one. Meaning that other painters simply apply the paint to thickly in efforts to save time and energy doing the correct number of coats. The thickness of the paint that is applied is the most common reason why paint fails causing; drips, sags, peeling or cracking. These conditions often cost more to repair then having the colors changed, making it easy to chose a painter that you can trust. Here at Burke Painting two coats means two coats and when there is bear wood we always prime so your home looks better longer.
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