At Five Star Painting of Woodbridge, our main priorities will be your convenience and satisfaction. We will work with you to find a convenient time for the project, and the Woodbridge exterior painters we work with will do every step of the work for you.
All you have to do is determine the color you want, and we will do everything else. After all of our work is done, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of a quality painting job.
Call us to schedule a free estimate for your exterior painting project. We proudly serve Woodbridge, VA and the surrounding areas.
Our Exterior Painting Process
Each job is unique, but our Woodbridge exterior painters always follow the same three-step process. Furthermore, exterior painting isn’t as easy as getting a few cans of paint and painting away. Thorough prep, for example, is a must if you want a long-lasting paint job.
Our process is as follows when you have us paint your home's exterior:
- Prepping. To ensure that old grime or uneven surfaces do not damage the final results, we'll start with an extensive prepping regimen. After repairing any broken spots, we'll sand to take away old paint and clean away dirt or debris.
- Priming. A high-quality exterior primer will be applied to the surface. This helps the paint job last through a variety of weather conditions, and it makes the final color pop.
- Painting. Once the surface is prepared and primed, we'll start applying the paint you chose. For extra durability and maximum color saturation, we may apply several coats.
Schedule your free estimate online or by calling our Woodbridge exterior painting company today. We look forward to meeting and serving you!
Exterior Painting FAQs
How often should my house be painted?
Your exteriors should be painted about once every 5 to 10 years. A more precise time frame depends on some factors, like:
- Your home’s exposure to the sun
- Your home’s siding materials
- The quality of your existing paint job
If it’s been over 10 years since your home was painted or if you notice any cracking, peeling, or chipping paint – it’s time for a new paint job.