Monroe Paint & Decorating Center

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Monroe Paint & Decorating Center
Monroe Paint & Decorating Center offers Painting services in Monroe NC.

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Monroe Paint & Decorating Center has an overall ZapScore of 73. This means that Monroe Paint & Decorating Center has a higher ZapScore than 73% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Monroe, North Carolina is 38 and in the Painters category is 23. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Painting in cool weather? Try using low-temperature exterior paint, which can tolerate temperatures as low as 35 degrees Fahrenheit within 48 hours of painting. Most paints can only handle temperatures as low as 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

When you have furniture to paint and you need it ready to use in a certain amount of time, remember to consider the weather. Humid weather can often extend the time it takes for paint to fully dry.

Although it’s true that adding a light color to the walls of a dark room work to brighten things up, you can also use darker colors to create a dramatic look. Darker colors can create an elegant and warm feel to the room.

Before installing your new wood floor, the quality (and type) of subflooring should be inspected. If it is in poor condition, it should be repaired or replaced; otherwise, it will have a negative effect on the appearance of the new hardwood floor.

In 1928, the first machine-made Oriental-style rug was produced. Woven on a modified Axminster loom, the carpet was considered a true marvel of modern manufacturing, which is why a large, custom-designed Karastan rug was featured at the Chicago World’s Fair (1933-1934).