We get it, you’re eager to freshen up your house with a makeover. However, don’t be irresponsible just because you’re itching to see your house will look like after it’s freshly painted. It’s understandable to want to rush the things, no judgment here – but keep in mind that if you do, the results you’re hoping for aren’t going to be there. So, take your time with the preparations, the house isn’t going anywhere. It’ll wait patiently for you to get everything ready. Now, let’s talk a little bit about the prep and are the most common mistakes when it comes to prep. Thornton House Painting
A moisture meter will let your contractor know if there’s moisture in the stucco before starting. The wetter the material, the less ready it is to be sanded, painted, finished or covered. Your contractor will use a premixed stucco repair patch material to fill any small holes and will paint on dry days to avoid sealing in water. Painting rough stucco requires more paint. Brush painting stucco costs $112 per 100 sq. ft., roll painting costs $55 per 100 sq. ft., and spray painting stucco costs $25 per 100 sq. ft. Thornton House Painters
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