Exterior Painting

If you are planning to upgrade existing paint finish or change of colours Crack Filling, 1 coat of Primer and 2 coats of Paint

Starts with removing all light fixtures and other decorative items and covering immovables like air conditioning units and plants if any. In case of large exteriors,scaffolding will be required.A sturdy ladder is always required in the premises during the painting activity. Tools like steel wire brush, garden hose and safety goggles and a mask will always come in handy while painting exteriors.

Tools Used : Plastic Sheets, Scaffolding, Ladders, Wire Brush, Garden Hose

Exterior walls are scrubbbed thoroughly to remove algae, fungi and mildew using steel wire brush. Mild solution (like bleaching powder in water) can also be used to get rid of mildew and algae from the walls. Walls need to dry completely. High pressure water jet can also be used to wash away dirt and any old paint flakes.

Tools Used : Steel Wire Brush

Cracks need to be attended on priority.Cut in along the length of the crack using a knife. Crack Filling compounds are used to fill in the cracks. Surface is then sanded using sandpaper to even out the surface

Tools Used : Putty Knife,Sandpaper

Exterior Paints provide protection from extreme weather conditions that house is subjected to. Minimum of 2 coats will be applied to achieve durable,consistent layer.Though, painting will last for years, it is advisable to regularly clean the surface, for long lasting results. While choosing colours, it is good to consider the neighbouring colour scheme as well. The external environment can also affect the overall look of the house.

Tools Used : Roller , Brush