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Here’s how we prepare your home for painting.

The right prep work leads to better results.

We specialize in stucco homes.

Without careful preparation and proper treatment, even the best paint won’t adhere right to your home’s stucco exterior. It’s why we put the time into repairing and preparing stucco ahead of painting. It’s a difference-maker. See what else we do differently by getting a free proposal from us.

Our painter uses a rake to pull landscaping rocks away from the stem wall of the home, allowing us to access it for prep and paint.

We pull back rocks.

We’ll care for your landscaping.

We make sure that all rocks and landscaping are pulled away from the walls so that we can access the entire stem wall. This also helps us protect your landscaping rock during the painting process.

Our painter uses a pressure washer to thoroughly clean off the garage door of a home here in Phoenix, Arizona.

Next, we’ll pressure wash your home.

This thoroughly cleans the surface.

Using a professional-grade pressure washer, we’ll spray down every inch of your home’s exterior walls, ensuring our painters have a clean surface to apply paint to.

We specialize in stucco repair here in Phoenix, and our painters start by fixing woodpecker holes and other damage.

Our team will repair your stucco.

We fix cracks and woodpecker holes.

As it bakes in the sun, stucco can crack, warp, and change. As part of our prep work process, our painters will review the entire home and make any needed repairs to your stucco.

A painter brushes protective DRYLOK onto the stem wall of this pillar, ensuring the paint above is protected from ground moisture.

Scraping and sanding.

We thoroughly prep the surface.

Your home’s stem walls require special treatment. First, we’ll scrape off your old, peeling paint. We’ll sand the surface down to make it smooth. Then, we’re going to apply DRYLOK to waterproof it.

With this Glendale home completely painted, two of our painters carefully remove the masking and tape protecting the accent trim.

Finally, we’ll mask and prime.

We’ll protect your windows & more.

We’ll use plastic sheeting to cover and protect everything that’s not getting painted, from your windows and doors to your pool deck. If your light fixtures are removable, we’ll carefully take them off of the wall. With the rest of our prep work complete, we’ll start applying primer to the areas being painted. Primer is a critical component in getting paint to completely adhere to stucco.

How to choose a painting contractor

Painting contractors should provide

  • License, Bond and Proof of Insurance
  • Full scope of your project in writing
  • Warranty information – Watch our video for more!

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