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Get your home looking great for years to come with Five Star Painting of York.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality painting services, customer service, and satisfaction. We use only top-grade paint products, ensuring a long-lasting finish that will look incredible on your home's exterior. Plus, we have a dependable two-year warranty on all our work.

Let us refresh the look of your house with beautiful colors so you can be proud of its curb appeal in any season. With our customer-focused, quality-driven commitment throughout York and the surrounding area, you can trust our exterior painters at every step. 

Call us now at (717) 775-6030 for a free estimate. Or just click here to schedule your free estimate online. We look forward to serving you!

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Why Trust Us to Paint Your Exteriors?

Friendly Five Star Painting estimator reviewing project details with happy customersOur York exterior painting company is customer-focused and quality-driven. Our mission is to treat you like our only customer, while delivering superior quality exterior painting services.

At Five Star Painting of York, we:

  • We Warranty Our Services. Your home being painted should be an exciting time for you. Five Star Painting of York wants to ensure that our customers are completely satisfied and never hassled with the work performed. As such, we offer a warranty for our painting services, giving you great peace of mind.
  • We Stay On Time & On Budget. We stick to the pricing we quote for the job. And we’ll ensure your project is completed on time.
  • We Perform a Final Walk-Through. When we’re done, we’ll perform a walk-through of our work with you to ensure you’re 100% satisfied.

 Excited to transform your home? We look forward to helping! Call us at (717) 775-6030 or schedule your free estimate online.

Exterior Painting Services for Your Home and More

Light green and white farmhouse in the open country When you hire Five Star Painting of York, you do so with confidence that we’re not only going to protect your home but also work hard to deliver maximum curb appeal. Our finishes protect your siding, wood, and other materials and could also add great value to your home overall.

In addition, while our focus is often on the main structure, we can prepare and finish practically any structures that dot your landscape.

These could include the following and others:

  • Well houses
  • Sheds and barns
  • Decks and fences
  • Detached garages

We’ll Handle All of the Prep Work

A great exterior finish begins with detail-oriented prep. We often begin with pressure washing to clear surfaces of built-up grime. Some surfaces can’t be power-washed, so we can hand-wash in those situations. Professional pressure washers can also clean concrete and decks.

Our pre-painting or pre-staining process can include:

  • Repairing
  • Priming
  • Sanding
  • Caulking

Professional preparation makes all the difference when it comes to long-lasting exterior paint. Call us at (717) 775-6030 to schedule your free estimate today.

Just the Right Colors

Expert color consultations are included in our services. Our exterior painters in York work with our customers as closely as they want to select the perfect palette.

Some clients want a palette that is completely new while others want to get as close to their existing theme as possible. We’ll aim to do that in a way that beautifies your home and complements your neighborhood.

Frequently Asked Questions

When Should You Not Do Exterior Painting?

The most obvious response to this question is that outdoor painting should not be done in extreme heat or cold. Too high of a temperature can make paint dry too quickly and become brittle, while too low of a temperature can make paint bubble up and not adhere correctly. Painting outside is generally not advised when the temperature is below 50°F or above 90°F.

When Should You Not Paint Outside of House?

When determining whether this is a good time for painting, one should also take into account other elements in addition to temperature. For instance, you shouldn't paint if rain is expected or if it has already rained because this could impact how well the paint adheres and cause mildew and mold problems later on. It's also advised that you postpone beginning a project if the relative humidity is greater than 85%. Last but not least, check to see if there are any building sites close to your house. Dust from these sites can easily blow over wet paint and destroy your project. Additionally, stay away from painting on windy days as dirt and dust can easily fly onto wet paint. Additionally, stay away from painting on windy days as dust and debris can easily blow onto wet paint and sabotage an otherwise lovely job!

Is Pressure Washing My House Before Painting Worth It?

The quick response is "yes"! Pressure washing eliminates accumulated dirt and grime, which prevents the adhesion of new paint, as well as loose old paint, which improves the adhesion of subsequent layers of paint. Prior to beginning any interior or exterior painting projects, a pressure washer should be used to assist prepare a clean surface for paint application.

Should You Sleep in a Freshly Painted House?

Fresh paint contains solvents that emit fumes known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which may have negative effects on humans over extended periods of exposure, including headaches, nausea, and dizziness. It is generally advised that people wait 24 hours after painting before sleeping in a newly painted room. Therefore, it is best practice to wait at least 24 hours, but ideally longer depending on temperatures and humidity levels, before sleeping in a freshly painted room.

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Our Vision

“Our vision is to capture your dreams and enhance your lifestyle by adding color to your world!”

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