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KITCHEN REMODEL PROJECT (tile, paint)

Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com),recently completed a kitchen remodel project! It consisted of refinishing the kitchencabinets from stain to paint and ceramic tile to subway tile for backsplash. The kitchencabinets were a red oak stain to a dark gray color (satin finish) with Sherwin WilliamsOil Enamel Paint! Refinish process consisted… Read more »

Recent Painting Project

Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com) recently completed a Storm Damage Project which consisted of several sheetrock repairs, baseboard installation (trim paint also), shoe mold installation (prefab wood flooring) and wall paint. Also performed for homeowner was ceiling paint for all of the home areas where water damage for walls was… Read more »

Power Wash Project

Bay Area Paint and Tile (bayareapaintandtile.com, mr.saenz@att.net, 281-382-6479) recently completed an Exterior Power Washing Project which consisted of 3 different (connected) homes. It consisted of treating surfaces with a non bleach water based cleaning product and power washing all surfaces (except the roof). We used a non bleach water based product because bleach would damage… Read more »

Recent Kitchen Renovation

Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com), recently completed a kitchen renovation which consisted of refinishing/painting kitchen cabinets and installing new backsplash tile. The kitchen cabinets originally where stained. Prep work consisted of sanding and deglossing all the exterior of kitchen cabinets including front and back of doors. Cabinets were spray primed… Read more »

EXTERIOR PAINTING PROJECT

Before Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com), recently completed an Exterior Painting Project which consisted of prepping the trim siding for section areas pictured, prime and paint. The first 5 sets of pictured are before and after with the exception of the first picture (after first), and the last 3 pictures… Read more »

STORM WINDOW PROJECT

Bay Area Paint and Tile (bayareapaintandtile.com, mr.saenz@att.net, 281 382 6479); recently completed a Storm Window Installation Project! It consisted of replacing 24 windows with new Simonton Storm Breaker Plus Full Impact Double Hung Windows! These windows are Sound Proof and contain Low E Argon Gas! Full Impact meaning a 2 x 6 at 60 mph… Read more »

RECENT PAINTING PROJECT

Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com) recently completed a Storm Damage Project which consisted of several sheetrock repairs, baseboard installation (trim paint also), shoe mold installation (prefab wood flooring) and wall paint. Also performed for homeowner was ceiling paint for all of the home areas where water damage for walls was… Read more »

TILE PORCH REPLACEMENT

Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com) recently completed another tile project! job scope consisted of removing old tile pavers and installing 12 x 24 inch porcelain tile and grout. Install tile over front lip of concrete porch for better asthetics. Pictures are before and after; tile brick pavers (red) are before… Read more »

Recent Tile Porch Project

Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com) recently completed a tile porch replacement project! It consisted of removing old tile pavers and installing new porcelain 12 x 24 tile on an offset pattern and grout! It included installing vertical tile across the front lip of porch itself for better asthetics. Homeowner was… Read more »

Recent Water Restoration Project

Bay Area Paint and Tile (281 382 6479, mr.saenz@att.net, bayareapaintandtile.com), recently Completed a Water Restoration Project!  It consisted of removing water damage sheetrock, insulation, and baseboard for several rooms and doing all the repairs necessary!  All water damaged area listed above were removed and bagged for trash; it consisted of all the ceiling sheetrock, lower… Read more »