When painting a large space, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed, and not knowing exactly where to start. It’s almost inevitable that you’ll drip, spill or splatter, so it’s important to paint the room in the correct order. As a rule of thumb, we recommend painting the ceiling first, then the walls and finally the trim.
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Our team of painters did a great job on the exterior of our 2-storey house. Luis, Simon, and Pancho were courteous, detailed, friendly, communicative, careful, clever, and did amazing work perched upon very tall ladders for 10 days. The office team were also responsive and friendly. I'd recommend them to you.
Luis, Simon, and Pepe painted my daughter Cynthia Evan's house. It looks brand new. They were great to work with and made sure she was happy with everything. Easy to contact, fast and paid attention to details. Highly recommend this business!!
The average cost to paint the interior of a house falls between $1.50 and $3.50 per square foot. If you’re doing the ceilings, walls and trim, the cost per square foot will likely fall between $3 and $4. If there is damage to the walls that needs to be repaired before painting can proceed, you’ll pay extra. These are the average costs if you pay a service provider to paint your home for you. You may also choose to do the paint job yourself.
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Examine your home for areas where paint has lifted, is peeling, or curling up, as you’ll need a smooth surface before you begin the paint application. Gently scrape loose paint with a wide paint scraper and a wire brush.
Several factors go into determining the final cost of the project. When it comes to estimating the total cost of your interior painting project, it’s important to think about all the different aspects involved. First and foremost, you should think about the number of coats each wall you are painting requires and the type of paint you use. Higher quality paints will always cost more in terms of materials. Oil-based paints take longer to dry, so they will cost more due to labor. Changing colors between rooms costs more since you’ll be using a wider range of paint. If you’re looking for a way to save money, keep colors consistent from room to room.
Loving the exterior colours. Along with the cornices it makes those '80's pine log houses look brand new.
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What size of house are you painting? Is it occupied or empty? How much of prep work will be needed to have a great paint finish? Where is the home located? Are there any deadlines for the job? What is the preferred color or any other preferences?
It is also important to know the season your newly-acquired home was painted since the weather condition when your house was painted can change how well the paint dried.
Paint finishes on your home are just as important as the colors you choose. This is why it’s critical to trust your exterior house painting project to a professional painting company. Not only will professional painters use the right painting tools and techniques to deliver a flawless finish, an expert paint color consultant will help you choose the perfect paint finishes for your siding and trim. Trusting your exterior home painting project to the professionals will provide you with beautiful, long-lasting results. Request your free exterior painting quote today!
Paint costs $15 to $50 per gallon on average and covers up to 400 square feet per can. Professional painters buy paint up to 50% less than homeowners. To calculate how much paint you need, times the wall length by its height and subtract for any doors, windows, or unpaintable areas.
WOWZERS! You guys did an amazing job, and what a saving for doing it yourselves. Can’t wait to see more pictures from the house. Sunshine Monica February 25, 2015
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