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Lot’s of people we speak to have reoccurring questions about exterior painting.
Here are a few of the more common questions we get with answers we usually give.
Before typing “exterior painters near me” into search, let’s consider why DIY is not the way to go.
First, it’s always best to hire a professional painter to do the job.
For starters, your home is a major investment. Professionals like ours won’t mess it up. You’d never forgive yourself if you damaged your home or made it look terrible. Trust someone with the tools and experience to handle your exterior paint job.
Second, doing an exterior paint job requires more than your will with a brush. You have to be strategic in how you tackle applying paint. What type of surface are you dealing with? What are you using to clean before painting? Do you need to sand? What type of sand paper do you need? These questions plus experience equals a beautiful home.
Finally, although the cost to paint exterior of house will be cheaper for DIY, do your self a favor and leave the exterior of your home to the professionals: us.
If you are painting over old wood with loose, cracking, chipping or peeling paint, then yes. Scrape off the exterior of your home first before applying new paint.
Once this has been done the wood outside your home will be ready for a good bonding primer.
Remember, always allow the primer to dry so your finish coat will bond properly. This will insure the exterior of your home will last for many years.
This depends on whether or not the exterior wood on your home has incurred some sort of damage.
We recommend never applying exterior paint to wood surfaces without first preparing them first.
If you don’t see any damage, then its best to sand down the wood to expose a newer surface.
This is because if paint is applied to a direct coat of paint to cover the pre-existing paint on old wood it will not work and will eventually peel.
So what you want and should do is sand gently to create a grip on the surface that is going to be painted.
We recommend using a 280 grit to sand the exterior surface of your home that is going to be painted.
Any type of unfinished wood should always be primed prior to painting.
This includes exterior wood that needs painting.
Primer helps fill in the wood grain and creates a smoother surface for the finishing coat.
Unlike raw drywall, unfinished woods tend to soak up paint and the primer will help seal the surface to prevent this from happening.
Basically, your exterior paint job will look right if you use primer. It will look wrong without it.