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Curb Appeal Tips

Improving your home’s curb appeal can be as complicated or simple as you make it. There are so many small things you can do to make your home exterior stand out. Improving curb appeal doesn’t have to involve redoing your entire landscape design. Go big or start small with these home care tips. Top Curb Appeal Tips Paint or replace your front door Change … Read More Curb Appeal Tips

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Choosing a Painting Contractor

When choosing a painting contractor, trust is one of the key factors. You want to be sure you feel comfortable letting them in to your personal space. One reason Procoat Painting opened was to change the industry standard of low quality work, dishonesty, and inconsistency. One reason Procoat Painting opened was to change the industry standard of low quality work, dishonesty, and inconsistency. Important … Read More Choosing a Painting Contractor

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Painting Your Baby’s Nursery

Just because they arrive in this world fairly blind doesn’t mean your newest family member doesn’t want a beautiful room. Painting your baby’s nursery is an exciting step toward welcoming them into your arms! The room can grow with your child. Your two month old baby will prefer different colors than your six year old will. That’s the beauty of repainting the walls! Wall … Read More Painting Your Baby’s Nursery

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The Procoat Process

Our goal at Procoat is to break the home contractor stereotypes of unreliability, dishonesty, and general shadiness.Clients are always top priority! From start to finish, this company is the real deal. Honest, ethical, dependable and they go the distance. Detail oriented…nothing will be left for you to do when they drive away. Highly recommend! Kiki, June 2021 My experience with Procoat painting was excellent. … Read More The Procoat Process

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Design Dilemmas Inspired by Movie Scenes

Whatever your design dilemma is, there are always solutions Houses come in all shapes and sizes. Even if you love your floor plan, there are probably things in your house that you wish were different. Maybe you used to love the way your house looked, but have grown tired of it or it’s a little outdated. If you have a room that’s as small … Read More Design Dilemmas Inspired by Movie Scenes

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Top Bathroom Paint Color Trends of 2021

In 2021, when so many of us have spent the past year and a half staring at our walls, it’s more exciting than ever to choose a new paint color for your bathroom!

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Choosing a Painting Contractor

There are so many things to consider when choosing a painting contractor, or anyone who will work on your house for that matter. Going into someone’s home to make changes is not something we take lightly. We will be in your personal space and disrupting your daily routine. Our goal at Procoat Painting is to make the ordeal as easy as it can be … Read More Choosing a Painting Contractor

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Steps to Paint an Interior Room

The steps to paint an interior room seem straightforward, but there are more steps than you may realize. From the first preparation to the final coat of paint, you’ll want to make sure the job is done right.

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A Quick History of House Painting

The first “house” paintings date back to as early as 3100 B.C. where we’ve discovered cave paintings featuring common animals of that period as well as human forms (hieroglyphs). They were created using natural earth pigments as paint such as iron oxide and charcoal. Early in the first century, egyptians painted the walls of tombs inside the pyramids to depict the loved one’s future … Read More A Quick History of House Painting