Brick Painting & Treatments
Refresh Your Brick Home Like Never Before!
Are the walls of your brick home looking a little tired from the years? Are you bored of the same redbrick look of your home? Or, do you just want to do something new and exciting with your property?
Call (888) 261-3633 to connect with Five Star Painting and schedule a brick painting and treatment service. Our painting professionals have the training and equipment needed to efficiently and thoroughly paint brick exteriors and interiors alike. Painting brick is widely regarded as one of the most strenuous painting projects you can do on your own – which is exactly why you should let our brick painting professionals do it for you!
To schedule your brick painting service in your home town, call (888) 261-3633 at any time.
Brick Paints & Treatments We Offer
There are many options when it comes to paints and treatments for the brick walls of your home. At Five Star Painting, there are a handful of coatings and materials we prefer more than the rest, though.
The masonry paints and treatments we offer include:
- Classic Italian limewashing
- Trendy whitewashing
- Classic Italian mineral paint
- Prime/Seal Brick and Top Coat with Latex
- Elastomeric coatings – several product choices available
- German schmear, also called sacking
The lime washing and mineral paints in particular are industry favorites. Lime naturally discourages algae, mold, and mildew growth. Using it in brick paints and treatments helps protect the brick from the elements, greatly reducing the need for regular upkeep.
Limewash or Whitewash? What's the Difference?
Tired of your brick exterior or accent fireplace and ready for a change? Great - but now, how do you know which look is right for you? Limewash or Whitewash? While both treatments look amazing at the end, it's important to know the difference.
Limewash treatments involve using limestone particles that have been crushed into a putty-like substance. Tinted or white, the end product gives a matte, chalky look and feel.
Whitewash treatments apply a water-based paint & water solution to the brick. The result is a thin layer of paint, allowing for some brick to show through. This trendy treatment tones down natural brick colors with the thin paint color you're looking for.
Whether you're looking to limewash or whitewash, or you aren't sure, our Five Star Painting professionals can help guide you through making the perfect decision!