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When you’re looking for the perfect professionals to complete your exterior house painting, we know it can be a stressful situation. Your home or business are probably the most important property you own, which makes improvement an important investment. That’s why we strive to offer a stress-free, enjoyable experience.
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Residential painters charge $0.50 to $6.00 per square foot, while new construction or commercial painting rates average $2 to $5 per square foot. Estimates include two coats of paint applied to interior walls. Damp weather slows drying time, while difficult surfaces and detailed projects increase overall costs.
Oil-based paint contains more volatile organic compounds (VOCs) than latex, so it’s less “green” and often has a foul (and sometimes even harmful) odor while drying.
• Inside or outside? Inside, there are solid floors, reachable ceilings and uniformly bright working light. Outside, uneven ground makes it difficult to set ladders and reach roof overhangs. Nature isn't your friend here, either: Dew can cause paint-adhesion problems, and rain can ruin still-wet paint.
After you've rolled-out each strip you'll want to tip-off each one as you go, by very gently rolling over it one final time - going from ceiling to floor with each pass to give it a smooth final appearance.
If you do choose to paint your house yourself, the following information will guide you through the process, which typically follows this order: Choose the right paint and primer Gather tools and equipment Repair damaged siding and trim Wash the siding Protect, mask and drape Scrape and sand the siding Caulk siding and trim Prime bare wood and stains Paint the siding Paint the trim Clean up properly 1) Choose the Right House Paint and Primer
On the Nolan Painting website, you’ll have no problem learning about the company’s services and finding reviews. The website is a little more focused on providing good text content. There is a link to the company’s blog at the bottom of the homepage.
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A small quart-size can of paint costs about $10, a 1-gallon bucket of paint costs $15 to $60, and a 5-gallon-can costs $50 to $200. Be sure to buy a bit more than your project requires for touch-ups and waste. Can Of Paint Cost Paint Can Size Average Cost 1 Pint $5 – $25 1 Quart $8 – $40 ½ Gallon $10 – $45 ¾ Gallon $10 – $50 1 Gallon $15 – $60 2 Gallon $30 – $80 5 Gallon $50 – $200 Lead Paint Testing and Removal
Naval was Sherwin-Williams color of the year in 2020 and for good reason. It can be used as a deep blue front door shade or as a lovely siding color for exteriors with plenty of light. As a versatile neutral color choice, Naval can even be paired with a rosy pink front door for a pop of color. As you can see in the image above, Naval works nicely with a dark gray front porch floor accent color like “Grey Shingle” from Sherwin.
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Peppercorn is a crisp gray paint shade with slight red and blue undertones. Because of this, it works amazingly as a primary shade for homes with red front doors or brick chimneys. Again if you choose Peppercorn as an exterior paint color, make sure your house receives plenty of light.
Cleaning involves removing any pollen, mildew, dirt, and any loose paint, by pressure washing. This usually only takes a few hours, but it will need to dry afterward. On a house with wood siding, the drying may take a day or more.