Exterior house painting services



Winters are harsh and exterior surfaces take a beating. Surfaces exposed to the elements need the most protection. Wood replacement is expensive and finding good carpenters is an adventure in itself. A good paint job with quality paints is the best insurance against the elements.

1. Wood
2. Composite
3. Vinyl and Aluminum Siding
4. Fascia and Cornice
5. Stucco
6. Decks
7. Patios
8. Railings
We start by providing you with a free, personalized quote prepared at your home by one of our friendly estimators. Our estimates include all the materials, high-quality paint, and labor needed to prepare and paint your walls.

Our priority is to make sure we don’t disrupt your day. After you book your painting job, our team will set up a call before your project date to go over all details.

1. Confirm paint color and details
2. Ask you to move patio furniture and potted plants
3. Answer any questions you have about your painting project

Once you have selected your colors, we will gladly offer input concerning the finish and type of paint that should be used. 

We ask that you close all windows and storm windows.

1. Before applying any paint, we will protect all plants, furniture, and grills with drop cloths or plastic coverings.

2. We will scrape and feather-sand the surface to remove all of the old paint.

3. We will putty all window sashes, caulk holes, cracks and voids using a caulk with a 25+ year life.

4. We will evaluate the exterior for any rotted or broken wood that may need replacing. If required, we will arrange for the necessary repairs.

5. The windows will be scraped, glazed, primed and painted. Any trim, columns or soffits will also be prepared for painting.

6. We will spot prime any re-sanded surfaces.

7. We will apply the paint in most areas using a brush or a roller.

8. We will remove the storm windows so the exterior of the windows may be painted. We will apply a finish coat to all trim work including windows, doors and soffits.

9. We will complete our final inspection of the home’s surface condition and make any necessary final touch-ups.

10. A final walk-through will be conducted with you to ensure your total satisfaction.



When it comes to increasing your curb appeal, fences can be a beautiful addition to any property, especially after professional painting or staining. Not only does it instantly refresh the look of your home, but it can also help to extend the lifetime of your fence.

No matter the material your fence is made of, the look you’re hoping to achieve, or the scope of your project, our painters will make your project an easy, stress-free experience
Aside from pure aesthetics, there is one main reason why you should consider painting or staining your fence. When you apply a finish such as paint or stain, it helps to keep the wood protected from the elements. When subjected to water and intense sunlight, untreated wood can break down much faster than usual, and some types of wood can even turn gray.

Also, moisture gets in, wood can twist, warp, and crack as it reacts to the water. This is why it’s important to apply a finish—this is what helps to form a protective barrier.

Stain works by soaking deep into the wood, filling up gaps that would otherwise soak up moisture. It does offer good moisture resistance. If you go with a stain, it should be restrained every 3-4 years.

Our fence painting and staining services cover a full range of fencing materials, including services for the following:

1. Wooden fence
2. Aluminum fence
3. Vinyl fence
4. Chain-link fence
5. PVC fence
6. Wrought-iron fence painting

We are committed to using high-quality paints, stains, and finishes on any fence painting or staining project.



Your deck is a major part of your home. It’s where you spend warm summer evenings relaxing with your family and weekends sharing a barbeque with your friends and neighbors.

A well-maintained deck and patio can greatly improve the impression your home makes on your friends, family, neighbors, and potential buyers. A fresh coat of paint or stain can make all the difference, providing instant curb appeal without requiring a total yard overhaul.
Also, you want the material of your deck to last as long as possible and to weather summer storms as well as winter elements. Constant exposure to UV rays and rain can cause neglected decks to fade, crack, split and warp. Not only does a properly-maintained deck look better, but it also lasts longer.

The best way to protect your deck is to have it stained regularly. Staining your deck can be a big job, even if your deck isn’t all that large. It takes time and care to ensure you get the finish you want.

Stain soaks deep into the wood, filling up gaps that would otherwise soak up moisture.

If moisture gets in there, wood can twist, warp, and crack as it reacts to the moisture.
While you’re looking for one to suit your project, you should consider that a clear stain will bring out the wood grain, while a solid color will reveal very little of the wood’s natural color. There are four major categories of sealants and stains, listed below:

Clearwater repellant often provides basic protection, including waterproofing, minimal UV protection, and sometime mildew growth prevention.

Toner or Tinted water repellant is very similar to a clear sealant, except additional pigment or color is added. This provides additional protection against sun damage, further delaying the graying of the wood.

Semi-transparent stains contain additional pigment, providing subtle color while still showing the grain and texture of wood. These provide additional protection against water and sun damage, usually lasting for three or four years.

Solid stain provides the most amount of pigment or color, and therefore the best protection for wood. However, it also hides the wood grain, only allowing some of the texture of wood to show through. Because of the excellent hiding properties, solid color stain is often used for heavily weathered wood, covering up damaged wood fibers.