A friend had this old end table he used all the time in his living room. It was kinda worn down looking. Had some finish worn off, burn holes, scratches and smudges. He asked me if I would re do it for him so I did. I took some pictures of the process and the color change.
Just finished first job of the season. A repaint of a metal roof at a fourplex. The roof had been previously painted about 10 years ago. After the snow melted, we prepped the roof by tightening all the screws, caulking all cracks and holes, scraping peeling paint and sanding the scraped spots to smooth out the edges. The next step was primer over the problem areas and bare metal. Many sweeps and blows later it was sprayed in about 6 hours over two days. The roof was about 5200 sq ft of surface area.
The weather was nice for the entire job which took about 3 and half days. A great start to the season for sure. The owner was very happy with job in the end. It went fast and smooth. Just how we like it.
Fresh off my winter break and I am back and ready for another work season in beautiful South Lake Tahoe, CA. Looks like I came back to a bit of rainy and snowy conditions. This will give me some time to dust off those old hand tools, do some maintanance on the spray rig, and re organize my office for the upcoming summer season. I'm excited for another year of adding color and life to all the awesome homes here in Tahoe. If you're ready to get that paint project going for the 2014 summer, call today to get scheduled for a free estimate 530-307-2421.