It has been a couple of months since we last updated our blog, and a lot has happened in the meantime. Maybe the most significant thing is that we have had some beautiful weather and an absolutely great summer so far! Beautiful weather usually translates to solid working conditions - something we and our clients can appreciate! We've been kept quite busy with work, and will keep it up as long as the weather permits. We are hoping for this trend to continue on into the fall.
According to the well established and well regarded opinion of Punxsutawney Phil, we were to have 6 more weeks of winter starting on February 2nd. He appears to have been right on the money for the Pacific Northwest as we have seen our fair share of showers.
Hopefully, everyone enjoyed the Super Bowl results this past weekend. What a fantastic and exciting time for Seattle sports! Our recommendation is that you have us paint a very large Seahawks logo on your interior wall or the exterior of your house or commercial building, today.
The weather this month has been about as nice as it can possibly get! We hope that everyone is getting in some serious beach time and enjoying the sun!
This time of the year is always busy, and this year has not been any different. We have been working very hard to stay on top of our schedule. We have had a bunch of exterior residential painting projects, some commercial wallcovering, some residential drywall, some commercial drywall, and some residential interior painting.
Well, I am sure that you have noticed that the weather has definitely switched over into spring/summer mode. We have been having some beautiful days where it gets nice and warm and cools off at night. The summertime slots have been filling up very quickly this year and we are already booking into July. If you want to try to get your exterior paint project in before the end of the summer, give us a call.
We hope it is going well for you! In celebration of President's day, we are guessing that some of you have decided to tackle some of those home projects that you have been putting off. If you are tackling an interior painting project the following information may help you out.
We have been asked numerous times over the years, how do we prevent "flashing" or being able to see the exact path that our roller took up and down the wall (called a pass).
We hope those of you that are located in the Pacific Northwest have really developed that immunity to rain that we all need. If you are wondering what rain I am talking about, you belong here! Nonetheless, it has made for a great opportunity for those of you who are skiers to get up on the slopes and enjoy some great snow.
We have been working on a commercial drywall project, a residential drywall project, and a couple of commercial wallcovering projects over the last couple of weeks.
Last week we worked on a residential water damage project, a residential interior patch and paint project, and a commercial wallcovering project. The wallcovering project brought the below information to mind.
We have been asked fairly often how well the walls need to be prepared prior to installing wallcovering.
President of Mink Enterprises
Drywall, Painting Specialist