Preparation is Key!

  • Wood siding, usually cedar, redwood or pine. Some newer houses have a composite wood siding called T-111, which can be a challenge to prepare and paint.
  • Masonite
  • Vinyl and/or steel siding
  • Stucco
  • Brick
  • Cinder block

You’ll need to think carefully about what types of paint you’ll want for each surface as well as your color scheme. We’ll consult with you on these choices, since we have plenty of experience to bring to the table.

The most satisfying (and possibly most important) part of exterior painting is trim painting. Your color choices for exterior trim are what will bring your entire vision together. Generally trim pieces are considered to be door frames, window frames, corner boards, fascia boards, gutters and soffits. Usually wood trim pieces are made from pine (although some newer houses have laminate or composite materials). Doors also need some TLC in many people’s paint projects; exterior doors might be made from wood, steel or fiberglass. Doors can be a special challenge since they are subject to more movement and settling than about any other part of the house.

We’ll give you plenty of advice and consultation on the best choices for painting doors and trim pieces as well. Get your free house painting estimate now.

We handle everything from prep to clean up. And yes, we do leave the site absolutely clean. We are licensed, bonded, and insured.

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