A family affair


I enjoy working with do-it-yourselfers. They have the desire to make their homes a place of beauty where they feel comfortable and enjoy being, yet don’t have the means to hire all the work done. They know that the largest cost of any project is the labor, and they know if they provide that labor they can take on otherwise unaffordable projects or upgrade the scope or materials of projects. I worked with just such a family recently who wanted a plan to follow for repainting the entire interior of a house they had just purchased. They have young children and their time for painting is limited so they wanted to make sure they got the colors right the first time. Forty percent of all paint sold is because of a color mismatch or mistake, so they were very wise to plan carefully. They even let their two young boys be involved in choosing colors for their shared room (with somewhat necessary adjustments made to their selection!) They are now in the process of painting with a plan of colors to follow that have all been evaluated to their liking and a color palette that flows harmoniously throughout the house. My services can be very economical for do-it-yourselfers by helping them avoid costly mistakes or the added labor of needing to repaint. In this family affair, the boys even wanted to paint their own room…and they let them!


~ by sandywenberg on July 24, 2014.

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