If you're noticing the luster has worn off your home, it's probably time to get it repainted. Exterior home paint will keep your house looking its best and provide a layer of protection against the elements. Interior house paint is essential to any home decorating scheme. Dallas home painters can ensure you have this combination of beauty and protection for your home. Whether you need to revamp your curb appeal or your interior design, a Dallas house painter has got you covered: with two coats and a touch up.
“I hired you guys at House Painters to do a whole house painting job for a new home I was moving to and I’m completely blown away by the quality and professionalism your team has shown. The guys that gave me my estimate were very attentive to what I was looking for, they offered a very fair price for the quality I received, and they made sure that all the small details were perfect. Your crew did some amazing work!” - Terry W. Home Painters Broomfield CO
Generally, you’re responsible for purchasing your own paint, and the painter handles the rest of the operation. But, not always! Some home painters, particularly those who charge significantly lower rates to beat out their competitors, don’t provide basic supplies such as dropcloths, tape, or even brushes and rollers—and these expenses can add up if they’re coming out of your pocket. Painter’s tape—a must for masking off areas that should not be painted, like crown molding—alone costs about $7 to $10 for a roll of 60 yards.
If there is any peeling — and there usually is somewhere — it's essential to scrape off any loose paint. This doesn't just mean the parts that are already separated from the wood and ready to fall off on their own. Each spot where paint has peeled loose needs to be scraped thoroughly until you can no longer get the sharp corner of a putty knife under any of the surrounding edges of paint. Then, the bare spot needs to be sanded until the paint edges are smooth. House Painter Broomfield Colorado