Pulling into your driveway and seeing a freshly painted exterior gives you an exultant feeling every time you come home. If you are considering selling your house, the exterior is the first part potential buyers will see. A positive impression will generate enthusiasm, and a negative impression may lose the sale. While many people think of painting their home's interior, the exterior is sometimes neglected. Bring your exterior up to par with a fresh paint job.
We Paint Most Exterior Structures
Your house isn't the only thing people see when they pull into your driveway. The next time you come home, look around with fresh eyes and view your property as a visitor would. Consider how the following items look and how a fresh coat of paint would improve their appearance. We handle a wide variety of outdoor structures, including:
- Detached garages
- Guest houses
- Garden sheds
- Porches and decks
- Railings, shutters ad trim
- Gazebos and pergolas
- Barns and stables
Matching or coordinating some of these projects will bring a cohesive look to your entire property. If you have an outbuilding not on this list, don't worry. We are happy to give you an estimate on almost any exterior structure you have.
We Only Work With Professionals
When you hire us to take care of your exterior painting jobs, you can rest assured that professional painters will show up on your doorstep. The team of painters we send will be trained in the correct techniques for using the various types of paint and stain. They'll know how to prep the material correctly. In addition, we work with painters who will not leave a mess behind. When they finish and go, the area will be as clean as they found it.
How Much to Paint the Exterior of Your House?
When it comes to transforming your home into a dreamy paradise, there's more than meets the eye. From cozy bungalows to grandiose mansions, size and siding are just two of many factors that will shape how much you'll need for an extravagant makeover. Don't forget about all the prep work—your investment today could pay off big in beauty tomorrow!
Exterior paint projects can range from $3,000 to over 10 thousand dollars depending on the property. However, your investment offers many rewards - improved curb appeal, significant property value gains, and lasting satisfaction.
Upgrade your home's exterior with ease! Invest in a professional painter and trust that the messy prepping will be taken care of - no stress necessary. You'll receive excellent results for an unforgettable finish and enjoy complete reassurance throughout the process.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the best time of year to paint the exterior of a house?
When all conditions are met—the temperature falls between 50-90 degrees Fahrenheit—and you have properly prepared your home with pressure washing (or another cleaning method), then you are ready for some exterior house painting! Generally speaking, we would agree that fall is one of the best times of year for exterior house painting because temperatures tend to stay within optimal parameters and there isn't too much humidity in the air. Spring is also an acceptable time since temperatures are usually milder compared with summer months; however spring may bring more rain showers than fall which could potentially delay your project if conditions become too wet.
When Should You Not Paint Outside of House?
The biggest factor in knowing when you should paint outside is understanding when you shouldn’t. Specifically, you should avoid painting outside if there are forecasted temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit or higher than 90 degrees Fahrenheit within the next 48 hours. Additionally, you should avoid painting during high winds or periods of excessive humidity, as these can reduce the effectiveness of your paint job and lead to cracks, chips, or peeling in your paint over time.
Is Pressure Washing My House Before Painting Worth It?
In addition to avoiding certain times of year for exterior house painting, it’s also important to make sure that you properly prepare your surface before applying fresh coats of paint. One way to do this is by pressure washing your home before painting. Pressure washing removes dirt and debris on the surface while also helping to remove any old layers of chipped or cracked paint from previous jobs. It takes a lot of labor and expertise; however, it pays off in the end by giving you a smooth canvas with which to work on for a great looking finish.