Does Your Ceiling Need A Fresh Coat Of Paint?
Have you taken a closer look at your ceiling lately? Do you even remember when you painted your ceilings last? Does it look dingy and possibly stained? If that’s the case, it is probably time to give your ceiling a fresh coat of paint. Depending on how high the ceilings in your home are, painting a ceiling can be tricky. There are a few things you should know before getting started with your ceiling painting project.
What You Need To Do When Painting Your Ceiling
Always paint your ceiling before painting your walls. Experts recommend getting a 2½-inch angle sash brush, painters tape, a nine-inch roller, sleeve and pan, an extension pole, a step ladder and Benjamin Moore Waterborne Ceiling Paint. If you need help getting the right tools, ask the experts at Helm Paint and Decorating. Before getting started, empty your room as much as possible and don’t forget to cover everything that is left with drop cloths. Also, remove as many fixtures in your room as you can.