Compared to other parts of the country, homes in Dallas are relatively new and don’t fit neatly into just one or two distinct categories. As a major urban area, many people move into modern high-rise condos and lofts in the downtown area or Uptown or the Arts District. More recently, mid-rise buildings have provided families with affordable housing options, and townhomes offer a single-family home feel with a more affordable price tag. These types of homes often feature neutral colors with subtle accents that transform cookie-cutter rooms into cozy spaces that feel like home. This careful distinction is why matching interior paint colors with home style is another meaningful way we can help with your home makeover.
Each type of siding will need to be treated differently when it comes to primer and paint at different price points. Exterior paint costs between $35–$80 per gallon depending on the quality you choose. It’s not always true that the more you pay for your paint, the longer-lasting your paint job will be, but you do need to be careful when researching exterior paints to make sure it can weather the local elements well. House Painting Thornton
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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