Choosing the appropriate house paint is one of the primary considerations when it comes time to purchase, renovate, or remodel a home. There are more options than ever for both exterior and interior paints. A broad selection of companies offers a veritable kaleidoscope of colors that can do much to liven up your home environment. There are also a wide variety of tools that make applying paint (even to hard-to-reach places) a relative breeze. High-pressure washers get the exterior surfaces of your house clean for paint application. Power sanders aid in the removal of loose paint and can be quite helpful when refinishing older surfaces. Airless sprayers, power rollers, and HVLP sprayers are most commonly used by professional painters, but can also come in handy for the D.I.Y. homeowner with a big project on their hands. It is widely known that you can have just about any color concocted by mixing paints together, but not everyone realizes that the same tools that the pros use are also available to the average consumer. The novice painter may want to use a brush and handheld roller in order to become familiarized with concepts like prepping and taping. On the other hand, those people with a decent amount of experience painting houses, whether interior or exterior, may find it very helpful to employ the assistance of some more advanced tools. Airless sprayers and other such professional instruments are particularly handy when it comes to painting the sides of house, large walls, and other like surfaces. Knowing which tools are available and how they work makes it easier to determine which will be suitable for the particular job at hand.