Today’s Homeowner Kicks Off ‘Paint Week’ to Help Homeowners Tackle Labor Day Weekend Paint Jobs

Paint Week

Mobile, AL (August 23, 2019) – Painting projects are popular for a reason – they’re DIY-friendly and offer a big transformation in exchange for minimal time and expense. And there’s no better time to tackle a paint project than over a long weekend.

That’s why respected home improvement authority, Today’s Homeowner, is hosting a special “Paint Week” to arm homeowners with all of the information they need to get top-notch results, and a chance to win $100 to go toward painting supplies.

Research Solutions Inc. recently surveyed the Today’s Homeowner audience and found 9 in 10 are planning an average of 14 home improvement projects in the next 12 months, with 62% planning interior painting projects. Bathrooms and kitchens top the list of rooms getting a fresh coat. The TH audience cited updating design/décor, regular maintenance and updating damaged walls as the main triggers for painting.

Danny Lipford Today's Homeowner host
Danny Lipford

“Painting is a DIY task that most homeowners feel comfortable doing because it’s easy and affordable,” says Danny Lipford, host of “Today’s Homeowner.” “But anyone who’s picked up a brush or roller knows there are some tips and tricks of the trade that make all the difference! We’re excited to present ‘Paint Week’ to our fans and offer them the insight they need to paint like the pros.”

The multimedia “Paint Week” campaign and giveaway is hosted on the brand’s website at TodaysHomeowner.com/PaintWeek. Visitors can enter the $100 gift card giveaway and explore a curated collection of the brand’s most popular painting content, including:
• How-to videos demonstrating the best painting techniques for professional results
• Painting project articles with step-by-step instructions
• Simple Solution videos offering clever hacks and tips to make any painting project easier
• Best New Product videos showcasing the latest tools and innovations for painting

Paint enthusiasts can also find “Paint Week” video content on The Today’s Homeowner YouTube channel within its “Painting Made Easy” playlist, including the popular “How to Make a Scaffold to Paint a Stairway” video with over 350,000 views.

In addition, Today’s Homeowner will release a special “Paint Week” Podcast episode featuring advice and common painting questions and answers from Nick Slavik, a professional painter and Today’s Homeowner “Tips from the Pros” contributor. The episode will be available for download August 26 with a link available at TodaysHomeowner.com/PaintWeek.

About Today’s Homeowner Media

Today’s Homeowner is a trusted home improvement authority delivering fresh, original, practical advice to consumers across diverse media platforms including the top-rated, nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” television show, now in its 21st season, and its radio counterpart, the nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” radio show.

Additionally, the media brand hosts the top home enthusiast destination website, TodaysHomeowner.com, drawing more than 2 million monthly visitors, the weekly “Today’s Homeowner” Podcast, robust social media channels and the award-winning lifestyle blog and web series, ”Checking In With Chelsea.” 3 Echoes Productions, the professional production arm of the brand, serves an impressive national clientele with expert video services.

Host and founder of the brand, Danny Lipford, is among the most sought-after home improvement experts in the country. The seasoned remodeling contractor and media personality served as the home improvement expert for CBS’s “The Early Show” and The Weather Channel for over a decade and has made more than 190 national television appearances on “FOX & Friends,” “Inside Edition,” “Morning Express with Robin Meade,” FOX Business Channel, “Rachael Ray” and more. He travels the country making appearances as a brand ambassador and spokesperson, and contributes expertise to hundreds of popular magazines and online media outlets each year.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I really want to have my kitchen and bathroom cabinets painted!! I was told painting them is better than staining them
    They are a light blonde oak finish now… suggestions???
    Btw…..LOVE YOUR SHOW and all your ideas!!!

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