Some of the challenges that we face in exterior painting projects are quite different than what we see in interior painting. For starters, the type of paint that needs to be used for exterior painting is going to be different from what we’ll use on interiors. Even if you find the right type of paint at Lowe’s or the Home Depot, you’ll still have to decipher how many coats of paint you’re going to add. These are all things that we are going to be able to help you decide to ultimately get you top of the line results every time out.
Homes & Commercial Buildings
We are able to perform exterior painting services in residential as well as commercial areas. Again, there are certainly different challenges that we face when working in each area. Usually, in commercial areas, there are more legal requirements that we are going to need to abide by. We are a fully professional company that will be able to obtain the right type of licensing and permits to get the job done. In residential projects, we can adapt our work schedule to your personal schedule to make sure that you feel safe while we are on the job.
Painting Stucco, Drywall, or Other Surfaces
The type of walls or surfaces in general that we are going to be painting are certainly going to heavily dictate the particular strategy or even painting technique that we’ll be using. Dealing with aluminum or metal siding is not the same as working with stucco walls. Before we even start painting we can give you a run-down of the type and the amount of paint that we need for the project. That way we’ll be able to set up a detailed budget so you know where your money is going and why.
How Do You Paint Exterior Surfaces?
We are usually not stuck on one painting method. We are not against paint sprayers, brushes or rollers either. The way that we ultimately end up painting each particular surface is going to depend on how tall it is, how accessible it may be. Some people want to try and push us to use paint sprayers because they believe that the process will be quicker. That’s not necessarily the case, we would rather bring in a larger team to work on the project for a quick turnaround time. Rather than trying to forcefully use a particular method.
What’s The Best Time Of The Year To Paint Exteriors?
The reason why we bring this up is very simple. Many people are concerned that they shouldn’t be painting exterior surfaces in rainy or even snowy climates. While a wet climate can certainly create more of a challenge for us, it’s not like we close up shop in these months of the year. Therefore, if you’re reading this in some of the chillier months of the year feel confident in giving us a call. We are going to be able to help you out!