The frequency of your exterior repainting depends on several factors, including where you live, what your house is made out of, and what it was painted with. In North Texas, we’re protected from the salt sprays our coastal friends down south must consider. Even still, strong sunshine and excessive heat during the summer can take a serious toll on the life of your paint. Dark, oil-based paints may fade especially quickly. The paint may blister, too, or form bubbles on the surface. So there’s no concrete answer for how often to repaint your home — but if you start to see chips, cracks, bleaching, blistering, or any other issue that takes away from the appearance of your home, it’s time to consider repainting.
#3 Plastic sheets are the most popular items for protecting shrubs and windows as well as other structures while the painting job is on. But you should think about a onetime investment to keep things economic, simple and more effective. You should choose canvas instead of plastic sheets. They will serve you longer and do a better job of protection. They will also provide with better safety.
With Harrington's, you receive individual attention, both in the field and in the office, from start to finish. We want our project to run seamlessly and transparently to you. Communication is the key to completing a quality project on time while meeting and exceeding your expectations. Painting processes begin after an on-site walk through of the areas to be painted with the assigned team leader. Items covered include:
From helping you choose the best colors to meticulously prepping your walls and applying paint with an expert hand, Southern Painting has all your interior painting needs covered. Plus, at the end of each work day, we will clean up and remove all supplies, tools, and trash. We will also put the furniture back where it belongs, rehang shades and blinds, and replace all switch plates and outlet covers. When we leave, your room will be ready for you to enjoy!
Painters often tint primer close to the color of the top coat, but Wallis thinks that's a recipe for "holidays," or missed spots. Instead, he tints his primer a contrasting color. "If I can see the color coming through, I know I need to apply more paint," he says. On the cottage shown in this story, he chose a gray-blue primer to go under a peach top coat.
The BEHR PREMIUM PLUS 2 gal. Flat Interior The BEHR PREMIUM PLUS 2 gal. Flat Interior Ceiling Paint is designed for use on textured popcorn and acoustic-style ceilings. This splatter-resistant paint offers great hiding performance for coverage of up to 800 sq. ft. Its mildew-resistant finish helps ensure that the matte sheen lasts over time. More + Product Details Close