Joining fundamental flat and eggshell are a growing array of paint sheens for walls, trim and molding.
• Emulsion paints deliver a chalky, matte finish found in centuries-old English estates.
• Clay paints mimic European plaster. Walls take on a subtle fabric-like texture when covered with a unique paint that applies with a thick consistency.
• A high gloss and matte mix creates a tone-on-tone pattern effect and is used to highlight the dimensionality of color.
High-tech innovations are creating super paints with less color rub-off and more durability in a variety of residential painting jobs.
• Detector paints change colors (like mood rings) so you can easily see if spots are missed.
• Anti-microbial paints inhibit the growth of mold and mildew by using a layer of protection.
• Super-saturated hues are made with a higher percentage of dense pigments. The result is better coverage with less paint.
Hands-down, environmentally-friendly paint is all the rage. Green is good for obvious reasons. Low or non-gassing paints protect the planet’s deteriorating ozone layer and make homes healthier– especially for children and anyone with allergies.
• Cost: Homeowners may need to pay a bit more to go green.
• Coverage: Some say that eco paint coverage may be slightly less consistent in coverage and durability than its conventional counterparts (although the gap is quickly closing).
• Pre-test: It’s best to try a sample on walls before purchasing large quantities.
For more information on your painting job in Maryland, from North Bethesda to Rockville, or in Florida, from Coral Springs to Boca Raton, contact Benchmark Painting today at 888-698-1074 or email@example.com.