Exterior home painting is a great service that can help make your property look new. You can pick more modern colour palettes, get rid of all the old, peeling or faded paintwork, and improve the overall look and appeal of your home. It’s a fantastic idea if you’re trying to improve the home you live in, and almost a necessity if you’re looking to sell.
There are a wide range of external home components that can be painted, and you could choose to do paint all of them, or just pick out the things that suit what you’re trying to achieve. This includes:
Exterior home painting normally includes the walls, though some people do choose to add some of the other items in, often with a secondary colour to avoid having a singularly flat, one-dimensional appearance. Our services cover all of these external painting needs, and we can also offer surface rectifications prior to works.
Very often with older homes, there can be large cracks running through walls and timber, and these are things that will be completely visible after painting if not fixed first. We can make any rectifications you request prior to beginning paint works to ensure that the end result is as good as it can be.
Contact us today if you’re looking to get exterior home painting done. We’d love to discuss your ideas, and how we can help you out!
If choosing a 'trending' colour for your exterior home painting, just remember that trends pass fairly quickly, and what seems modern and fresh at the time may not age that well. To have to get the exterior re-painted because your look is no longer current is an expensive thing to do. There are classic colours which may not be quite so adventurous but they also stay current for longer.
They sure can, and we use metal-specific prep and paints to ensure it’s done correctly.
You can indeed paint over your bricks, but it can leave your facade looking a little bit one dimensional. If your bricks are aesthetically pleasing and have complementary mortar, it can sometimes be a better idea to do a partial render and paint that, leaving areas of bricks exposed.