February 4th, 2021 Those Home-Improvements DYI Projects? By The Wall Street Journal
In early December 2020, American journalist, Michelle Slatalla, contacted us regarding an article she was writing for her monthly column in The Wall Street Journal. Although her column discussed 5 projects to tackle in 2021, her concerns in the interview focused on painting kitchen cabinets in the least disruptive manner while living at home. In addition, she asked about safety during the COVID virus.
Jason Bertoniere answered her concerns about dust, fumes, noise, and time for the kitchen to be out of commission. He assured Michelle Slatalla and her readers that, as an experienced paint contractor in the New Orleans area, he has been dealing with these issues for years (even before COVID) and that he has strategies to take care of all of them. He advised that once an experienced painting contractor is contacted, he can devise a plan to paint an entire house while it is lived in, specifically by doing one room at a time or creating containment areas to avoid disruption—using plastic sheeting and odor neutralizers.
It was an honor for our company to appear in The Wall Street Journal, and we were happy that we could address her and her readers’ concerns.
Please scroll down below to read our answers to Mrs. Slatalla’s questions or follow this link to read the full article. Enjoy! Those Home-Improvement DIY Projects? 5 Ways to Finally Tackle Them in 2021