This 1970’s faded brown was actually turning red it was so oxidized by the sun. Being so deep in the woods, they wanted to brighten it up. The blue and white really made the color pop from behind the trees. The front deck had never been treated and the new natural color stain really works with the surrounding forest.
This is a great case study and we wanted to show the before and after of three (3) sides of the house to get you more of an overall feel of a full stucco house painting. This customer was referred by a neighbor that we painted one summer ago. Prior to painting, we assisted them with a free in-home color consultation. …
Stucco and Trim painting at its finest! Notice the streaks and water stains in the stucco before. After two good coats of fresh paint, the stucco stains were sealed away, the color has more depth and the stucco will be protected from water and sun weathering for 20 more years. The boring beige trim now pops with the bright white now…
Wow. Just wow. The brown house had been completely neglected for years. These new homeowners selected a great blue with timeless white trim. The prep work took days to get the surfaces cleaned, scraped, primed, and caulked. Finally, we applied two coats of the new colors in a bright sheen. One of our favorite projects in a long time!
Keep it simple! This customer recently moved in and found their exterior paint job to be dingy and failing. We went with a simple bright white on the entire home. The result is so refreshing, bright and clean!
This homeowner did not like how choppy the front of their house looked with all the different surfaces. We painted the columns, shutters and trim the same color. We painted the brick the same color as the body of the house and now everything ties in so much nicer!
Before the customer had dark brick under the peaks that got lost. After a thorough powerwash to remove a lot of mildew, we painted the brick to make it really stand out and brighten up the front. They wisely kept the trim and body colors close to each other to make the lines softer. What an amazing transformation that…
This customer didn’t like the way their brick stood out and wasn’t fashionable anymore. We cleaned up all the different surfaces and colors by painting with just two colors. Now the brick looks like it belongs, the garage doors blend and even the roof shingles fit the paint job now.
This customer wanted to update their early 2000s faded beige and maroon shutters. The new white trim & shutters really pop against the dark blue background. After a good final powerwash even the stone looks brand new! Before After
This customer had a pale yellow 1990’s colored home with dark shutters. After a free color consultation, the customer picked a new deep blue-grey body and fresh glossy white shutters. They love the transformation of their new home colors!