Month: February 2012

Eatonville Historic District

By Scott Sidler • February 27, 2012

After the end of slavery and the Civil War, blacks across the South began looking to take part in the great American experiment in search of their own prosperity with their newly gained freedom. Though relations between whites and blacks […]

Why I Don’t Mind VOCs

By Scott Sidler • February 20, 2012

There has been a lot of talk lately about VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) and how they are used in particular in our paints and finishes. And having just found my soap-box, I’d like to say a few words from the […]

How To Paint Your Historic House…Properly

By Scott Sidler • February 14, 2012

In Choosing Exterior Paint Colors For Your Historic House we discussed how to go about picking the right colors for a historic home. Will you choose colors that are historically accurate to your home, historically appropriate for the time period […]

Choosing Exterior Paint Colors For Your Historic House

By Scott Sidler • February 6, 2012

There are a lot of options when it comes to painting the outside of your house today and some are good. Modern paint technology has essentially given us an endless supply of colors. But with so many paint choices it […]