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Your house is your most prized possession and we understand that.  We are neat freaks and want to make sure your house looks the same as when we walked in.  Some tips we like to give to homeowners you can find below.  If you would like us to do the job for you, feel free to contact us today or simply call 610-550-9587 .


1.  One gallon at a time.  The most common questions people ask is, how much paint will it take to cover my walls? We recommend one gallon for every 400 square feet. Covering textured, rough or unprimed surfaces may require more.  So if you need to cover your walls a second time you should consider two gallons of paint.  


2.  Did you know that dry days provide for a great painting day?  

The reason is because the moisture in the air keeps water-based paints from drying quickly. We recommend skipping the humid afternoons and slow drying walls won’t wreck the rest of your day.


3.  Plastic bags on your doorknobs will avoid them from having paint splatter on them.  Also taping the edges will avoid paint in getting in places it's not supposed to be.


4.  Get rid of the old paint. If old paint is flaking off, it’s best to purchase a paint scraper to get it out of the way.  After the old paint is gone you should sand the surface smooth and then prime the room.  which will provide you with a smooth finish. 


These are just some tips.  Visit our painting tips section to learn more.  


We are a local residential painting company servicing the following areas and more:


Ardmore - Berwyn - Broomall - Conshohocken - Devon Downingtown -Exton Glen Mills - Havertown Lower Merion - Malvern Paoli -Phoenixville Springfield Swarthmore West Chester - Wynnewood 


Chester County - Delaware County

Main Line - Montgomery County


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Mike Discher Painting has been providing interor painting services to homes for over 14 years. 


We also provide exterior painting for residential purposes.  Did you know in order to do an exterior job the tempature outside needs to be over 50 degrees?

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