Kelly Brothers did an incredible job with our interior paint job as well as stripping and staining some large indoor wood beams. The wood beams is something that other painters would not even attempt to do and Kelly Brothers did it really well. Their prices were better than the competition and we are very happy with the results.
Kelly Brothers Painting just completed painting the exterior of my home, stucco, trim, front and back door, and my garage door. They completed the job from start to finish on time and it looks beautiful! From the estimator Barry, to the scheduling done by Alisa, to the color consultant Lana, to the professional crew lead by Juan, to Pepe the crew supervisor, to Angela in accounting, they were all a pleasure to work with! The crew on site was very professional and the clean up at the end was awesome! I highly recommend Kelly Brothers Painting! .
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Our team of experienced, dependable exterior painters can handle any painting project Washington, DC residents and business owners throw at them. We paint a wide variety of surfaces, including wood, stucco, vinyl, brick, cedar shingles, aluminum siding, and more.
We needed fascia painted on a large 2 story home. We have some decorative areas that protrude from the areas around the windows, making this jobs a bit more challenging. Alisa was very patient with our requests for added details with the quote. Alisa was always readily available, attentive to our needs, and brought the whole process together smoothly, timely and professionally with a very pleasant demeanor. We got a great deal on our job and are extremely pleased with the result. Two thumbs up!
Peter Smith Painting, based in Norwalk, CT., has provided painting services in your area for more than 30 years. During that time, we have built relationships with thousands of satisfied customers. Today, more than 70% of our business is from repeat customers.
In addition to Evanston, Improovy’s professional painters work in the following North Shore suburbs of Chicago: Wilmette & Winnetka Glenview & Northbrook Highwood & Lincolnwood Morton Grove & Golf, IL Des Plaines & Park Ridge
Older homes often have a charm or coziness that newer homes can’t replicate. Plus, they come with well-loved details like built-in shelving, original wood floors or quirky architectural details.
SizeAverage Cost (Labor Included)1,000 sq.ft.$4,500 - $7,5001,500 sq.ft.$6,700 - $11,8002,000 sq.ft.$9,000 - $15,7002,500 sq.ft.$10,300 - $16,7503,000 sq.ft.$14,000 - $23,4003,500 sq.ft.$16,500 - $27,6004,000 sq.ft.$19,000 - $32,000 Cost to Paint a 1,000 Sq.Ft. House
Lastly, if you do not have heavier equipment like ladders or extension poles, you should add $125 – $450 to the paint material costs above.
The cost to paint a house exterior yourself is $400 to $1,800 for supplies, equipment, and paint for a 1,500 square foot home, including renting a paint sprayer for up to 5 days. Costs to paint a house yourself Item Average cost (each) Brushes $2 – $15 Buckets (5-gallon) $6 – $8 Caulk (10 oz. tub) $6 – $9 Ladder $80 – $300 Painter's tape $3 – $10 Paint trays $2 – $5 Paint roller kit $10 – $25 Plastic drop cloths $5 – $30 Sandpaper $5 – $15 Scrapers $6 – $20 Trisodium phosphate (TSP) $5 – $12 Paint sprayer / power roller rental (per day) $30 – $50 Scaffolding rental (per day) $50 – $100 Exterior paint (per gallon) $30 – $150 Primer (per gallon) $20 – $50
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Before you begin scraping, sanding, and painting, drape and mask-off surfaces and areas where you don’t want paint chips, sawdust, paint, and mess.
I think this is a great post because it is so practical and something that everyone can benefit from. Hey Rita February 25, 2015
Josh, some great work on the renovation, it’s come up really nicely! It’s good to see you stressing the importance of not taking short cuts when it comes to prepping and removing wallpaper. It definitely does lead to more problems down the road when done incorrectly. However there is a caveat on that. If the wallpaper is in good condition and you have primed it properly, you can get away with painting over wallpaper. On a few jobs where the client has been on a tight budget, we have used an oil based primer to really seal the adhesive and keep then moisture from the paint away. Has worked well and we haven’t got any call backs. But I’d still agree with you and always push for stripping back wallpaper where possible. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure as the saying goes. Also, would love to see how your painted popcorn ceilings came up. We call it ‘vermiculite’. Its quite old school and we come across it in school jobs and old buildings occasionally. Jake Beals May 09, 2020
For metal siding, use medium-grade sandpaper on a sanding block. Sand any chipped or peeling paint until the surface is smooth. Remove any chalking or dust with a clean rag.