Exterior Residential Painting Services
Whether you are simply updating your exterior to refresh your appearance or seeking to be creative with color and adopt new design trends, painting the exterior of your home will ensure that it instantly stands out from the neighbors.
And painting is the fastest and most efficient way to increase the value of your home. So there are several ways to improve your outdoor space. However, fixing it with paint is often the best way to make it count.
So, experienced PaintIt teams are ready to help you every step of the way, from choosing the right product, selecting colors and preparing the space, to complete the project without problems.
Plaster repairs and masonry
We understand the importance of proper preparation when it comes to exterior painting. In fact, our team often spends just as much time preparing the exterior of your home as painting it. As a result, this is crucial for long-lasting painting projects.
Therefore, we repair all cracks in the stucco surfaces, caused by seasonal weather patterns, improper fitting of lath and an incorrect mixture of stucco, ensuring greater stability. Sometimes, repair techniques are not enough to fix your stucco problem and your need remediation.
And one of the most common problems with stucco siding is water damage. So if it’s left untreated, there is a high risk that mold will develop. As a result, if the stucco is damaged, then we assess the functional flaws and replace it. And we seal the cured stucco with a waterproof primer to create a uniform surface for applying a coating.
Gates and windows
Creating a specification with the clients to determine what they are looking to do and utilizing the best paint and tools for their objective and aim.
Grills and fences
Our team will provide full service to your residential project by painting necessary grills and fences. And making sure everything is finished to remarkable quality. Rusty surfaces, such as steel lintels and wrought iron, may require special preparation. All loose rust should be removed, and the surface treated with a rust converter, primed, and then completed with the appropriate topcoats.