House Painting & Painting Contractors
Before doing anything else, we'll tackle the prep work. Prep includes power washing to clean off the home's exterior, removing damaged paint, and getting the surfaces ready to be painted. Sanding and priming are next once the power washing has dried. And depending on the weather, drying can take as little as several hours (hot and dry days) to several days (humid & raining).
Sanding ensures you'll receive a quality result. Sanding all damaged areas and prepping each for priming. Well-prepped damaged areas, including priming and sanding, provide significant value. When you sand and prime every problem area, the quality of the paint job goes up. Way up. Priming Painting
Priming the repaired areas does a couple of things. First, it seals any exposed wood, preventing future deterioration. Second, it provides a better surface for the fresh coat of paint to adhere to, extending the life of the painting project.
Painting High-quality paint is the way to go. Always. The cost savings realized by buying discount paint will almost always result in regret. In the long run, discount paint costs more. The cliche, "you get what you pay for," applies here in every way.