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Exterior Painting Services Dallas, TX

Exterior Painting Services Dallas, TXExterior and interior painting share quite a few details and characteristics. However, the paints themselves differ greatly from each other. When it comes to exterior home painting services, binders and additives in outdoor paint are often designed to resist the weather and other elements. Indoor paint, on the other hand, will not stand up against the test of time and weather.

Before any professional exterior home paint job begins, one must consider the façade of the home. When painting a flat surface, like siding or wood, standard outdoor paint can often be used. A textured surface, such as stucco or brick, must be painted with “elastomeric” paint. Our professional painting team knows the difference and when to use each particular paint.

House Exterior Painting Tips

The fastest, most efficient way to apply an exterior paint is by using a brush and a roller. To begin, brush paint onto the small surfaces, edges, and smaller areas using a smaller brush. For large areas, use a small-diameter roller. A roller is also perfect for siding and trim.

Exterior Painting Checklist

When it comes to exterior home painting, our professional team runs through a comprehensive checklist to ensure nothing was left behind or forgotten. To start, they must perform a thorough walkthrough or inspection of the exterior of the house. Next, you will choose a color and brand of paint. We often use pressure washing before the painting begins to ensure dirt, mold, or mildew are removed.

Our professional team at D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. knows how to handle every step of the painting process efficiently. You can sit back and relax.

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For the very best exterior home painting services, contact D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. to get the job done right the first time. Give us a call today at 972-625-4100.

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