Exterior painting requires special care when applying paint. We have over 15 years experience with proper technique and materials to make sure the job is done right.
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If water gets into your home, the consequences may be anywhere from a nuisance to a possible disaster. Waterproofing is an excellent way to prevent water from getting inside and helps protect your home from potential water damage.
The benefits of waterproofing include:
- protects your home from the inside out
- preserves your home’s condition and value
- continued comfort and safety
- prevention of possible water damage.
Elastomeric wall coatings are exterior acrylic latex masonry paints designed to be applied in very thick films (about 10 times as thick as regular paints); they are tough and flexible, and stretch as cracks underneath open and close, thus bridging the cracks and keeping water out while maintaining a nice appearance. These coatings are called EWCs for short. They can be tinted to a light color.
In addition to our painting services, our craftsman are also experts in carpentry and fine carpentry. On the exterior of your home our expert craftsman can repair any rotten wood our failed surfaces. Whenever possible we replace your rotten wood with PVC materials which look like wood but will never rot. On the interior of your home our expert craftsman can help transform your house into your home with numerous types of fine carpentry.
Pressure washing, also known as power washing, uses a high-velocity water spray to remove loose paint, mold, grime, dust, mud, and dirt from the exterior of a house. This type of cleaning is a particularly important preparatory step before painting or re-painting your house. A clean surface allows new paint to last longer.
Gutter cleaning and checking of downspouts are an essential part of regular exterior home maintenance. Clean gutters ensure proper flow of water from the roof and the home's foundation and help prevent wood rot and paint failure on exterior surfaces of the house.
Once mold spores land someplace warm, dark, and damp, they begin to grow — and create those black dots better known as mildew. We can professionally remove mildew stains and help get those surfaces looking like new.