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Scott Martin Hello , I worked for Dowlen Construction painting for over 25 years and as a trim carpenter for around 5 years. I studied mechanical engineering and business at Chattanooga State. I enjoy photography, hiking and camping with my wife and wood working. I am married and we live in the city of Red Bank even though our mailing address is Hixson. I have attended Oakwood Baptist Church in Chattanooga since 2004 with my wife. We were married there in 2006.

Browsing Archive: March, 2016

Artillery Fungus

Posted by Scott Martin on Friday, March 4, 2016, In : Painting Tips 
So you have never heard  of this. Did you just make this up?
The term artillery refers to the fact that these fungus use energy to shoot its spore masses up to 20 feet like a cannon.
This fungus is more prone to be on the shady side of the home more than any other since the bark chips stay damp longer.
This black spots on the siding pose no risk to the siding other than making it look bad like it has been sprayed with tar droplets. At first sight they should be removed as soon as possible. The l...
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Your home is constantly exposed to the elements

Posted by Scott Martin on Friday, March 4, 2016,

Your home is constantly exposed to the elements.
For most people painting the exterior or for that matter even the interior of their home can be an overwhelming task.
What do I need to do first? How do I do it? Should I go green? How long will this take me? What will it look like when I finish? Should I just get someone to do it?
We hope the last question you said yes I do need someone to do this for me and I hope that you call on us.
We make sure that the prep work and painting are done proper...


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Browsing Archive: March, 2016

Artillery Fungus

Posted by Scott Martin on Friday, March 4, 2016, In : Painting Tips 
So you have never heard  of this. Did you just make this up?
The term artillery refers to the fact that these fungus use energy to shoot its spore masses up to 20 feet like a cannon.
This fungus is more prone to be on the shady side of the home more than any other since the bark chips stay damp longer.
This black spots on the siding pose no risk to the siding other than making it look bad like it has been sprayed with tar droplets. At first sight they should be removed as soon as possible. The l...
Continue reading ...
 

Your home is constantly exposed to the elements

Posted by Scott Martin on Friday, March 4, 2016,

Your home is constantly exposed to the elements.
For most people painting the exterior or for that matter even the interior of their home can be an overwhelming task.
What do I need to do first? How do I do it? Should I go green? How long will this take me? What will it look like when I finish? Should I just get someone to do it?
We hope the last question you said yes I do need someone to do this for me and I hope that you call on us.
We make sure that the prep work and painting are done proper...


Continue reading ...