Felber’s Building Supply
5555 Transit Road
(716) 688-5517 Office
(716) 525-0910 Cell
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Come join the construction industry at the Peach Festival Parade. Featuring Lj Quigliano II Inc, United Materials, Advanced Design Group, Wendt’s Propane and Mark Cerrone Inc.
Stay tuned for details! L.J. Quigliano Inc. will be hosting this event for us again this year. Practice those nail driving skills- this year we continue the traditional NAIL DRIVING CONTEST!
NRCA Member and Member Rebate Participant, Joe Cecconi’s Chrysler Complex will be hosting the Putting Contest at our Annual Golf Outing. Thank you Tim Stack and Team! This is going to be a very fun experience for golfers! They have some great stuff planned. Get registered today! Click here!
Joe Cecconi’s Chrysler Complex has done business in Niagara Falls and the greater Buffalo area for over 50 years. Mr.C’s slogan, “We’ll treat you like family” sets a standard that the staff strives to meet every day. As Western New York’s largest volume Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram dealership, we will be able to find a vehicle that meets your needs. We specialize in offering financing for every situation, whether it’s a lease for your new or used car, or whether our “Guaranteed Credit Approval” program meets your needs. Joe Cecconi’s Chrysler Complex is also a Member Rebate Participant. They offer a $500 rebate to members on the purchase of a new vehicle.
Ready for a new look in your home, but don’t have a budget for a big remodel? There’s nothing faster or more economical to give your home a quick update than by painting your rooms a new color. A well-planned and executed paint job can make a room look larger or cozier, can accent features or hide flaws, or reflect your own personal flair.
Here are some tips to help make your painting project a success.
Go to a paint or home improvement store and get swatches of colors to take home. Select a lot of options, chances are the fluorescent lights in the store will make the colors look completely different than they will in your home.
See how you like the colors on different walls and in different lighting conditions — early morning sun, midday and nighttime lamplight — to make sure you’re happy with your final choice.
Another option is to paint a few colors on your walls. Many companies offer sample sizes in either a selection of popular colors, or in any color they offer. These samples cost much less than a full gallon and give you the opportunity to try them out on the wall before spending a lot of money.
Choose a paint finish depending on how the room or surface will be used:
Many paint companies also now offer “all-in-one” paints that already contain primer. These enable you to paint over a darker paint color or area that’s been repaired with patching compound without having to apply a coat of primer before the paint.
Here are the basic supplies you’ll need whether you’re painting several rooms or just one:
Give yourself adequate space to maneuver while you paint and protect your valuable furniture and belongings. Move as much of the room’s contents as you can either out of the room or away from the walls.
Cover whatever is going to stay and the floor, especially where it meets the walls, with old sheets or plastic tarps.
Next, remove the switch plates and electrical outlet covers. It’s easier than trying to cover them with painter’s tape and definitely looks better — and is safer — than just painting over them. Don’t forget to repair nail holes, dents or chipped spots with a patching compound.
If you have any doubt about your ability to paint a perfectly straight line, or you don’t have a very steady hand, use painters tape to protect features you don’t want paint to get on. This could include baseboards, window and door trim, and where the wall meets the ceiling or crown molding. Make sure the tape adheres properly by running a finger or mixing stick along the tape.
Clean the walls with a mild detergent solution or wipe them with a damp lint-free cloth to remove cobwebs and dust that will cause blemishes in your paint. Vacuum or dust the room to make sure dust or animal hair doesn’t get in your paint and on your walls.
Now you’re ready to make a colorful change!