New Orleans Exterior Painters
Five Star Painting of New Orleans provides a host of exterior residential painting services for homeowners in the New Orleans area. We know how to paint garages, house exteriors, and even pools. As a company that values quality and takes pride in our work, we strive to do our best on every painting project we take on.
What Areas Outside the Home Can We Paint?
We work with painting contractors who are experienced with painting many exterior structures outside the home, including but not limited to:
- Exterior doors
- Exterior trims
- Home exteriors
- Garage exteriors
And the materials we are qualified to paint include:
Contact us at (504) 264-6044 to schedule an appointment for a free estimate.
We Are a Painting Company That Has Values
Five Star Painting of New Orleans is for you if you like hiring companies that have values like integrity, respect, and great customer service. We prioritize customer satisfaction and operate our company with integrity. When you request a free estimate, we carefully analyze the area to be painted. And we are willing to explain how we got to the final estimated cost so that you understand the costs involved in regard to exterior residential painting in the New Orleans area.
Quality Equipment and Paint
We use state of the art equipment and high-quality paints on our exterior residential painting projects. The two paint brands we use primarily are Behr® and Sherwin-Williams®. It's important to use quality paints for a professional finished look. Equally important is to use the right equipment for the job without trying to cut corners for the sake of saving money.
What is the best paint to use on exterior doors?
Your front door endures a lot – heat, cold, wind, rain, and more! Because of the exposure to the elements, it’s important that your door’s paint also stands the test of time. To help, use your door material to dictate what kind of paint you should use.
- If your door is made of wood that does not bleed (like pine), you should go with water-based exterior paint. Water-based paints dry faster and result in less color fading.
- If your door is made of wood that bleeds (like cedar), you should go with an oil-based exterior paint. Oil-based paints are less susceptible to tannin bleed-through, which can leave yellowish splotches in water-based paint.
- If your door is made of metal, you should go with oil-based paints, which also stave off rust.
- If your door is made of fiberglass, you should go with a water-based paint, since thinner paints more easily coat slick surfaces like fiberglass.
After the color coat, finish your door off with a semi-gloss finish. This will increase the durability of your door and give it a professional look.
Let Us Touch Up Your Home's Exterior
Five Star Painting of New Orleans knows how to touch up a home's exterior to improve its curb appeal. We also have experience in helping your property stand out with a bold, unusual color upon your request.
Contact us today at (504) 264-6044 to go over what you hope to accomplish with your home's exterior. We will be happy to assist you with your project.