Think of the exterior of your home as one huge canvas. In this case, the canvas has been sitting outside in the rain and snow, the wind and the weather, and exposed to the natural elements for many years. If a painter were to choose such a canvas to paint on, the options would be very limited due to all the wear and tear and build-up of foreign materials on the canvas. That’s why we start the home painting process with prep work.
First, we pressure wash the exterior of your home to remove all the grime, mildew and moss, the dust, dirt, and detritus that have accumulated over the years. Then we scrape the entire surface removing all the wear and tear, the peeling paint, and any other remaining materials that are extraneous to our objective. Once we’ve arrived at a scoured and polished exterior home surface we thoroughly seal the cracks and crevices in your home with NP-150 SONOLASTIC caulking. This procedure ensures that the painted surfaces of your Seaside home will be weatherproof and waterproof. Then, we’re ready to paint!
The first coat of paint is the primer. The primer is just as important as the final coat because the primer further seals your home and serves as an especially effective surface upon which to lay the final coat of paint. And we use only the finest paints – Sherwin Williams, Miller, and Rodda – for both primer and final coats. We can also use specialty bonding primers if you need them.