Exterior Pricing


How Much Does Exterior Painting Cost?

The following prices are ballpark prices only. The size of your house or deck, the number of colors, number of coats, geographic location, the amount of weathering the substrate has incurred, the amount of peeling paint or stain that you have, the amount of caulking or patching that you want done, the amount of flowers, plants and shrubs that we have to work around, the height of your home, the elevation of the property and the number of windows and doors all could have an affect on the below pricing.

Exterior Painting Pricing

Exterior House Painting - Siding and Trim

The below house painting prices typically include rinsing down the grass, plants or shrubs before application of the cleaning solution so that we do not damage the vegetation, applying the proper cleaning solution and mildewcide, rinsing the vegetation again with water and pressure washing the surfaces from a close enough distance with a 40 degree fan tip to clean and/or remove some of the loose paint or stain and remove some of the gray UV damaged wood if applicable without damaging any of the substrate. Windows that get wet or spotted by the pressure washing are then washed by hand, rather than a squeegee, when we are done.

We then wait 1 week or longer and test the substrate ensuring a moisture content around 15% or under. We then come back and complete the following steps:

1. Properly mask windows, doors, sidewalks, decks, and any property you have that needs to be protected from paint drips and overspray.
2. Scrape and sand any loose stain or paint. This includes vacuuming up all chips as needed.
3. Spot prime all bare wood or scraped areas. Depending on the condition of your house, we may need to fully prime all siding and trim.
4. Caulk selective gaps along windows, doors, corner boards, and any other areas as needed. This includes cutting out any deteriorating caulking.
5. Apply two coats of high performance paint or solid stain to your home.

1 Story Average Size

Wood, Engineered Wood, Fiber Cement, Metal Siding, and Stucco

2 Story Average Size

Wood, Engineered Wood, Fiber Cement, Metal Siding, and Stucco

2 Story Large Size

Wood, Engineered Wood, Fiber Cement, Metal Siding, and Stucco

Decks - Staining the Floor, Spindles, Railings and Stairs

The below deck staining prices typically include rinsing down the grass, plants or shrubs before application of the cleaning solution to protect the plants, applying the proper cleaning solution and mildewcide, rinsing the vegetation again with water and pressure washing the surfaces from a close enough distance with a 40 degree fan tip to clean and/or remove some of the loose paint or stain and/or remove some of the gray UV damaged wood if applicable without damaging any of the wood. Windows that get wet or spotted by the pressure washing are then washed by hand, rather than a squeegee, when we are done.

We then wait 1 week or longer and test the wood ensuring a moisture content around 15% or under. We then lay down drop cloths, apply plastic and tape over selective areas, scrape,wire brush and sand off loose stain or paint if applicable and vacuum up the paint chips. The stain is then applied by a roller, then back brushed into the wood grains working on only 2-3 boards at a time to eliminate unsightly lap marks. We also brush in between each board eliminating unsightly runs and sags. We do not spray paint our decks.

Small Decks with Spindles and Railings 10’ x 10’ Roughly

Medium Decks with Spindles, Railings and Steps 10’ x 25’ Roughly

Large Decks with Spindles, Railings and Stairs 12’ x 40’ Roughly

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