Pratt and Lambert Spring Savings Mail in Rebate

 

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Paint Specialist, Coy Shipley of Hartnagel Building Supply.

Paint Specialist, Denise Fox of Angeles Millwork.

Save up to $10 on Accolade and $5 on Red Seal interior and exterior paints through Pratt & Lambert’s spring mail-in rebate program through 4/3/17.

Our paint specialists are here to assist you in your next paint project with product suggestions, color matching and proper choice of paint accessories!

Print Rebate Form HERE

  • $10 OFF ONE-GALLON CONTAINER AFTER MAIL-IN REBATE
    Accolade® Products
  • $5 OFF ONE-GALLON CONTAINER AFTER MAIL-IN REBATE
    RedSeal®, RedSeal® Supreme, Primer, StainShield®, and Skylight® Products
  • ***Mail-in rebate offer valid for purchases made between 2/24/17 and 4/3/17. Rebate forms must be received by 5/1/17. See rebate form for complete details. Save up to $80 total per household and/or address. Some products may not be available at every store. Quarts, Color Sampler, and Pro-Hide® products not eligible for rebate. ® 2017 Pratt & Lambert Paints

Join us for the 35th Annual Clallam County Home & Lifestyle Show

Join us at the 35th Annual Clallam County Home & Lifestyle Show at Port Angeles High School! 

Starting Saturday, March 11th from 9:30am – 4pm and Sunday the 12th from 9:30am – 4pm we’ll be manning one of the largest booths of the show.  The booth was hand build by employee owners of Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply to highlight the full variety of quality building materials we sell and the multiple products relevant to a new home build or remodel.  Staffed with our most knowledgeable employee owners prepared to share with you the building materials that we feel are the best for your next remodel, renovation or new home.  This is a no-pressure environment where we’re just happy to share information about the materials we know represent the best the peninsula has to offer.

We will feature the following at our booth.  Click an image below and go straight to the manufacturers website (If applicable).

 

 

The Complete Interior Painting Guide

painterNo doubt the rain has arrived in the Northwest moving us from projects outside to the indoors.  Get a jump start on a fresh new look just in time for the holiday gatherings and family time spent indoors.

Interior painting is the fastest way to change your living space and with some insider tips, the easiest.  Once completed it will transform your living space.  Most homeowners can paint rooms with a little guidance, a bit of patience, and practice.  We hope that the links below can provide you with a road map to a successfully painting a room within your home.

Just stop by Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co or Hartnagel Building Supply and either of our paint specialists, Denise or Coy would be happy to show you new color trends, pro tricks of the trade and whole room design options.

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Lets start first with what kind of paint you’ll need for certain areas of the home.  Pratt and Lambert offers a variety of premium interior paints that promise beautiful results for any style, any budget – and every home.

Interior paint selector for Pratt and Lambert.

swatches2Which Color?

We all have our specific color tastes. How different colors interact can be difficult to predict and have a large affect on emotion. Sometimes the best way to start is with something you and your family have a positive attachment to. Compare artwork that you like, the colors in a throw pillow or rug or some of the colors you already have in your home.  These can all be great starting points for your color search. Choosing color is often the toughest part of painting and is often a process of elimanation through obtaining paint swatches and painting small sections of wall for comparisons. Click below for the top tips on choosing interior paint colors.

How to choose interior paint colors.

brushesWhich Brush/Roller?

The outcome of most jobs are as good as the tools you choose.  Picking the right brush and roller is as important as the right paint and a small investment can be the difference between good and great.  Bunnings Warehouse has a great general post on how to select the right paint brushes and rollers and Wooster has a great “Brush & Roller Advisor” to help in choosing the right brush for the job.

How to select the right brush and roller.

Wooster Brush Advisor.
Wooster Roller Advisor.

paint-accesoriesWhat accessories will I need?

Having the right supportive cast of tools to do the job will save you time and make your paint job look like a professional came in and did it. 90% of a great paint job is prep.  Here’s a short list of items need along with you paint, brushes and rollers.  Be sure when purchasing your painting supplies that you take full advantage of our paint specialists.  They have countless years in the industry and are there to help in making your painting project come out great!

Masking Tape – creates smooth lines and protects between walls, ceiling, baseboards and flooring.

Drop cloth – plastic or canvas to protect flooring and furniture.

Bucket and grid –  it will keep you painting instead of constantly refilling a roller tray.

Gloves – keep those hands clean!

Rags – for the inevitable drip and splatter.  It’s easier to clean wet paint than dried!

How to paint your interior space.

You’re all prepared and ready.  Time to put the brush to wall!  This Old House has a great page devoted to proper paint application to an interior space.

How to paint a room.

 

 

 

Pratt and Lambert Summer Savings Mail in Rebate

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Save up to $10 on Accolade and $5 on Red Seal interior and exterior paints through Pratt & Lambert’s summer mail-in rebate program through 7/10/16.

Our paint specialists are here to assist you in your next paint project with product suggestions, color matching and proper choice of paint accessories!

Print Rebate Form HERE

  • $10 OFF ONE-GALLON CONTAINER AFTER MAIL-IN REBATE
    Accolade® Products
  • $5 OFF ONE-GALLON CONTAINER AFTER MAIL-IN REBATE
    RedSeal®, RedSeal® Supreme, Primer, StainShield®, and Skylight® Products
  • ***Mail-in rebate offer valid for purchases made between 5/21/16 and 7/10/16. Rebate forms must be received by 8/7/16. See rebate form for complete details. Save up to $80 total per household and/or address. Some products may not be available at every store. Quarts, Color Sampler, and Pro-Hide® products not eligible for rebate. ®2016 Pratt & Lambert Paints

 

Paint Disposal Procedures in Clallam County

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Recent research shows that latex paint and stains can safely be put in the garbage for disposal at a landfill, as long as the paint is dry or solidified first. Based on this research Clallam County no longer accepts latex paint at their waste facility.

Dumped illegally, liquid latex paint can be a hazard by plugging or damaging septic fields, overloading sewage treatment plants and creating environmental hazards on the ground.

Residents should dry out latex paint and stains and put it in the garbage with the lid off, using one of several methods:

Air:

  • Remove the lid and let the paint dry out in the can
  • Protect from freezing and rain as well as curious children and animals
  • This only works when an inch or less of paint is left in the can and is most effective in the warmer months.

Cat litter:

  • Mix latex paint with an equal amount of clay-based cat litter
  • Stir in completely and let the paint dry. It takes about 10 minutes for the cat litter to harden.
  • Add more cat litter if the paint is soft or runny after 10 minutes. Repeat until the material is very thick.
  • Sawdust, dirt, and shredded paper can be tried as alternatives to cat litter.
  • If there is not enough room in the paint can to stir in enough cat litter to dry it all out, pour off paint into any plastic or cardboard container that is large enough to hold the material, including a yogurt container, plastic tub, shoebox, or other convenient container.

Paint hardener:

  • Mix latex paint or stain with commercial paint hardener according to the directions.
  • At the end of that time, paint will have a tacky, oatmeal-like consistency that will not spill out.

Other ideas of using up latex paint or stains:

  • Use the paint when painting a garage, dog house or use as a primer coat for another painting project.
  • Donate excess paint to a school, theater group or non-profit agency.

Be sure it’s latex paint or stain! Look on the label for the word “latex,” or for directions to clean up or thin with water.

Once the latex paint has hardened or solidified, place the can with the lid off in your garbage container. The garbage hauler needs to see that the paint has been solidified.

Oil-based paints and stains should be brought to the Regional Transfer Station for proper disposal.
Hours are Wednesday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

If you have additional questions about household hazardous waste disposal, please contact Environmental Health using their email form or call them @ 360-417-2258.

Located after the scales, this facility accepts typical household hazardous waste. It is processed, stored, and later transferred for safe disposal or recycling.

A complete list of items that are accepted at no charge include:
  • Household cleaners
  • Lawn and garden supplies
  • Old gasoline (you leave your container)
  • Pesticides and poisons
  • Solvents
  • Oil based paints

Attendants will remove items from your car. Quick and easy!

This facility does not accept business waste. Call Recycling at 360-417-4874 for a list of private companies that service Clallam county.

Reuse Area
Products in good condition such as stain, fertilizer, oil-based paints, household cleaners, or plant food are separated for re-use. Residents can visit the reuse area and take products home (during facility open hours only).

Oil, Anti-Freeze & Auto Batteries Drop-Off Area
The recycling drop-off area for oil, anti-freeze, and batteries is located after the scales and adjacent to the Moderate Risk Waste Facility. There is no charge for this service.

More information can be found at
Clallam County website
City of Port Angeles website