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Paint will be your next-biggest cost, at anywhere from $20 to $70 or more per gallon, depending on the sheen, the grade you’ve chosen and any special features. Some paints, for instance, are mold resistant. Others suppress smells or require fewer coats. Some have a lifetime warranty. Paints with warranties, however, may not be worth a higher price. In Consumer Reports tests approximating nine years of wear, only a few exterior paints and stains with lifetime warranties held up well. But “you’ll grow tired of the color long before a good-quality paint wears out,” Bancroft says.
Trees, bushes, and ornamental shrubs can also get in the way of your painting. Prune any branches that hang over the house or brush up against walls. Evergreen trees and tall bushes growing close to the house can be wrapped with canvas drop cloths. Tie one end of a rope around the trunk at least halfway up. Pull the top of the tree out and away from the house, and tie the other end of the rope to a stake placed farther out in the yard. Cover smaller shrubs, flower beds, sidewalks, and driveways with drop cloths to protect them from paint drips and spills.
Stucco is a specialized material that requires extensive preparation work (cleaning, caulking, filling in cracks, etc.). Additionally, paint suitable for rolling or brushing over stucco varies greatly depending on location and climate conditions. Some stucco paint varieties will chip and peel away in certain climate conditions, so painting professionals won't recommend them. These factors make stucco one of the more expensive siding materials to cover. You can expect to pay anywhere from $900 (~500 sq. ft.) to $3,000 (~1,500 sq. ft.) to have stucco revitalized with paint, depending on how much is needed to cover the home exterior.
It's unfortunate James has gotten too big now that his pricing is absolutely crazy.  He quoted me $9500 to paint 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms (which he miscounted as it was actually 5 bedrooms and 5 small bathrooms).  That is 2x more than the next qualified, licensed painter on here.  He took one look at the size of my house and then decided he can try to gouge me for the most money he could.  Sad.

Your home's appearance is a reflection of yourself, so you want to present it in the best possible light, whether you are putting it on the market or planning to stay for a while. A fresh paint job can be just what your house needs to keep it looking its best over the years. Our quality Scottsdale house painter take great pride in offering our exemplary painting services to customers throughout Scottsdale and the surrounding areas.
Your home's appearance is a reflection of yourself, so you want to present it in the best possible light, whether you are putting it on the market or planning to stay for a while. A fresh paint job can be just what your house needs to keep it looking its best over the years. Our quality Scottsdale house painter take great pride in offering our exemplary painting services to customers throughout Scottsdale and the surrounding areas.
Have a look at Dan N's review below---I agree 100+%!! Do not fear, AT ALL, contracting with House Painting Inc. They will renew your faith in what craftsmanship, professionalism and pride in work really can be. They go WAY above and beyond what is reasonably expected. They spent a week, starting at 8 am every morning and ending at 5 pm,  painting the inside and outside of my home and my garage. They moved and protected everything they needed to, to do the job. Professional, attention to detail, absolute quality---I could not be more satisfied with their work.
PSA: Color psychology is a thing. The right soothing hue can work wonders for your mind and soul. You might think that only works for pale blues, but the contrast of a light and dark color — or, in this case, off-white walls with chocolate brown and deep blue accents — has a powerful effect. "The darker color grounds the room, and then the lighter runs right up to the ceiling and makes it feel higher. It creates this serene atmosphere," designer Laura Bohn told us.
I hired House Painters Inc. and set up a date for them to come.  The whole operation took about 5 and a half days from start to finish.  Sung and his crew were extremely conscientious of all our belongings and took great care preparing the house.  They showed up on time at 8:30 everyday, and were completely unobtrusive with our comings and goings during their week here.
I am beyond thrilled with the job this company did. I researched a lot of house painters and other contractors and not only did these guys actually come out to do the consultation like they said they would, they brought a ton of pictures of past jobs and references and their price was competitive, I knew these were my house painters. We hired them and they did a fantastic job prepping, painting and cleaning up afterwards. They were incredibly efficient and professional, even came back to touch up a spot that was missed.   I'm so happy with how my house looks and I've already referred a coworker to these guys.
Our professional painters are full time, background checked, trained employees who respect customers and their homes. We have 100 of the friendliest, most competent painters and over 30 paint trucks ready to roll. Kevin Nolan started painting houses in 1979 while still a student at Villanova. Now over 35 years later he is still at it and his family is involved as well. He has kids, nieces and nephews, brother-in-laws and son-in-laws all in the business. All the folks at Nolan Painting are like family and share the same values that Kevin started with. Treat customers and colleagues right, be reliable, friendly and helpful. Make people happy. It’s satisfying to us to make people happy and seeing a job well done.

At Refined Painting Services, we offer professional residential and commercial painting services in the Greater Portland, Oregon area. We commit to providing high-quality paint finishes, outstanding customer service, and meticulous care of your home and belongings throughout the duration of the job. Our company is fully licensed, bonded, and insured. Our Oregon CCB# is 203152. Contact us today to make your house feel like home!
To get at the nails in the board above, shove a flat pry bar up under it and gently pry the board outward. In most cases, this will pop up the nailhead, so you can pull it with your hammer claw. If you run into a stubborn nail that won’t move easily, don’t use brute force and risk splitting the good board. Instead, slip a hacksaw blade behind the siding and cut the nail (Photo 2).You can’t get the new board in unless you pull the remaining shank of the cut nail (Photo 3).
Trees, bushes, and ornamental shrubs can also get in the way of your painting. Prune any branches that hang over the house or brush up against walls. Evergreen trees and tall bushes growing close to the house can be wrapped with canvas drop cloths. Tie one end of a rope around the trunk at least halfway up. Pull the top of the tree out and away from the house, and tie the other end of the rope to a stake placed farther out in the yard. Cover smaller shrubs, flower beds, sidewalks, and driveways with drop cloths to protect them from paint drips and spills.

For particularly heavy deposits of paint, heat may be more effective than muscle. One way to apply heat is with an electric paint remover, which is a device with a platelike heating element that "cooks" the paint and has a built-in scraper to pull it off. Wearing heavy gloves, hold the heating element against the surface until the paint sizzles. Pull the remover firmly over the surface. The attached scraper will pull off the cooked paint as you go.
Whether you decide to do the preparation work yourself or have a professional do it as part of your project, proper preparation makes all the difference in creating a smooth and lasting finish. Sure, it adds to your the total time and money spent on your project, but it's certainly worth doing the job right the first time. Otherwise, you'll spend additional time and money down the line on maintenance and repairs. To ensure proper preparation, follow this process before painting your home's exterior (keeping in mind that the process may vary based on exterior materials):
In autumn the Portfolio Course begins. This is a full time intensive course of 16 weeks of study in the visual and creative arts from October till March, offering students the opportunity to develop work in greater depth. This course is held at An Talla Solais, Ullapool Visual Arts centre and is taught by Eleanor White, the director of Bridge House Art, artist Kittie Jones and a selection of professional visiting artists.

If your home was built before 1979, the paint might contain lead, which is extremely hazardous to children age 6 and younger. Call your local public health department for information on how to check for lead and handle lead paint safely. For a free booklet on dealing with lead paint, contact the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at www.epa.gov/lead.
It was a pleasure working with Distinct Painting Co. from the estimate to completion. Kane Robinson (owner) is a true professional, both knowledgeable and friendly. The contract contained the date for painting to begin and they began earlier than expected. Preparation was quite involved as was the painting on my two story house. In spite of 25-40 mph wind gusts, they (Kane and Eric) continued to prep the house for painting. I am a bit of a perfectionist and appreciated the quality and attention to detail and the guarantee. The entire positive experience was worth every penny. My house looks incredible. I couldn't be happier and highly recommend Distinct Painting Co.
A fresh paint job has the power to totally transform the look of your house in less time and for less cash than any other remodeling project. That thin skin of resin and pigment also protects your investment, shielding it from sun, wind, and rain—until the paint begins to crack and peel, that is. Then it's time to button up with a couple of new coats. Properly applied, new paint should last for a good 15 years, provided you use top-quality materials, apply them with care (and with an eye on the weather), and, most important, clean and sand every surface first. Here's what you need to know to get a first-class finish on your home's exterior.
I am beyond thrilled with the job this company did. I researched a lot of house painters and other contractors and not only did these guys actually come out to do the consultation like they said they would, they brought a ton of pictures of past jobs and references and their price was competitive, I knew these were my house painters. We hired them and they did a fantastic job prepping, painting and cleaning up afterwards. They were incredibly efficient and professional, even came back to touch up a spot that was missed.   I'm so happy with how my house looks and I've already referred a coworker to these guys.
Small random-orbit or pad sanders make this job go faster. (Wallis first covers these boundaries with Synkoloid patching compound so no edge is visible after sanding.) As shown, you want to make sure that there is a feathered, smooth transition from exposed wood to old paint. For areas that might get close scrutiny, you can follow up with a 100- or 120-grit rubdown to erase any scratches.
The house bath may reveal nails that have popped out of the siding or rusting nail heads that have left streaks of rust on exterior walls. If so, use sandpaper or steel wool to clean the nail heads. On clapboard siding, use a nail set to recess the nail head about ⅛ inch below the surface of the wood. Dab on a coat of rust-inhibiting primer (unless the nail is aluminum or nonrusting galvanized steel), and let it dry. Then fill the nail hole with spackle or putty. When the filler is dry, give it a coat of primer. For flathead nails, which cannot be recessed, sand the heads until they're shiny, and coat with primer.
Our house had not been painted in 27 years. When Robert Palladino and Mike were done the house looked better than new! Workmanship was excellent. They showed up on schedule and worked hard every day (even in 93 degree heat) until the job was done. I had no idea that contractors of this caliber still existed. My wife and I could not be happier with the quality of the work and the cost. You will not regret hiring this company.

We got our estimate in a timely manner. The price was very reasonable. Rain put our job off a few weeks but you can't change mother nature. When the team arrived the temperatures were in the 90's. The team had to do a couple 1/2 days due to that but we assured them we were in no hurry. The final results were fabulous!! Our house is older but now looks so fresh and neat. I will recommend Color World to anyone who asks Thank you so much.
The best time of the year to paint your home is typically in late spring and early summer when it’s warm outside and moisture is low. This can change based on your geographic location. For example, fall can be a good time to paint in California when the difference between high and low temperatures is low. Your painter will select the optimal time to start your exterior painting project.
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