To Paint, Or Not To Paint? PAINT!

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Step 1

Schedule An Estimate

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Step 2

Let us Quote it

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Step 3

Get Your Offer

We’re not satisfied until you are.

Exterior

Your building’s exterior suffers more wear and tear from the rain, wind, sun and snow. A quality exterior paint job seals and protects your home from moisture and mildew which will save you money in the long run.

  • Wood, brick, stucco, and all types of siding
  • Sheds, barns, garages, and guest houses
  • Decks and fences
  • Pergolas and patio covers
  • Doors, shutters and window trim
 

Interior

Interior house painting is one of the best ways to create a fresh new look, adding value and beauty to your home. Having interior painting done by a professional is the best way to make sure your home project is done right.

  • Walls
  • Ceiling
  • Trim
  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Baseboards
  • Crown molding
 

Multi-Family Homes

Initial job site walk around to inspect all abnormalities around your property such as rotting wood, graffiti, unknown pipes and wires, previous paint job overspray, messy caulking, broken windows, and dented downspouts or gutters to name a few.

  • Town homes
  • Apartments 
  • Condos
  • Dorms
  • Duplexes
 

Commercial

You have our commitment to being the best commercial paint contractor in the industry. If you have small to medium sized commercial painting projects, either interior or exterior, request an estimate.

  • Office buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Stores
  • Commercial exterior
  • Home Owners Associations
  • Community fences
 

How much is waiting another year to paint costing you? How much of your home's exterior siding, trim, and doors is losing its life faster because it’s not protected? How many unforeseen problems could be prevented by a quality paint job? How much extra money are you willing to spend on avoidable problems? Choosing to wait another year may be costing you a great deal.

 

Problems

 

Peeling

 

Fading

 

Cracking

 

Nail Holes

 

Peeling Underneath Siding

 

Dents and Cracks

 

Previous Patchwork

Causes

 

Moisture sits and breaks down the paint. Once it's peeling off, moisture gets into the wood which leads to rotting boards that will need to be replaced.

Sun beats down on the paint which breaks down the resin in the paint. This causes the side to lose its protection and can lead to boards beginning to warp which will need replacement.

As temperatures change the house moves which cracks the caulking allowing moisture into the wood. Moisture gets in the crack and runs down the back of the board where it is unprotected. This leads to the board warping and needing replacement.

Moisture sits in the small nail hole, and the siding around that area will begin to swell. It's like when you get a notebook wet – the pages get wrinkly and swell up. 

One side doesn't get as much sun so moisture stays there longer. It breaks the paint down underneath the siding boards causing it to swell up. It can quickly lead to rotting side boards which allows the moisture to creep further and further in.

Kids, dogs, and a million other things can put small dents in walls and when pictures or other things are taken off, the wall can oftentimes reveal cracks or dents.

Homeowners or handyman may have attempted to patch a hole or crack and now there is flat but not textured putty or other substance.

Solutions

 

Scraping gets all the bad paint off. Sanding creates surface area and roughs the side for a better bond. Primer protects better than paint, and also adheres better to wood.

Power wash to get the chalking paint off the house. Using liquid vinyl paint, we apply a thick coat to protect it from the sun. We recommend a second coat or a coat of primer for fading sides

Re-caulking the crack using a higher quality caulking will stop the moisture. Higher quality caulking means it will flex with the house and not crack so it will last longer. Plus, it will save you on your HVAC bills. You won't need to worry about moisture getting behind these boards.

Caulk the nail holes. Fill them with caulking so no more moisture will sit in those holes. This will keep moisture running down the side of the house and not in the nail holes.

Sand down the peeling siding because we will need it to be an even surface. Then prime it to reseal the siding. When we paint, we make sure to spray the bottom of the boards to make sure this doesn't happen in the future.

Run a line of caulk down the seam of the crack. Spread a small dab of putty on the dents to smooth over, lightly sand and texture if possible then you can repaint the wall.

Light sand to give appearance of texture or there are spray cans of texture that we can use. It is impossible for new texture to match previous texture 100 percent unless you install new drywall.

Isn’t it better to spend a little more now, instead of a lot more later?

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Choose YOUR Colors

Once you approve the estimate, you will now choose your colors for your project.

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PreP and Paint

Once our paint day is scheduled, our painters will get to work with preparation and painting.

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Final Walk Around

As soon as we are close to the finish line, we will complete a final walk around to touch up any loose ends.


Currently serving Lubbock plus surrounding areas.

 
  • Shallowater

  • Post

  • Muleshoe

  • Levelland

  • Plainview

  • Brownfield

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