(Sand and Wash)
1.) Sand wood thoroughly around the entire house and vacuum up any the debris.
2.) Trench out dirt fully around the home.
3.) Pressure-wash the whole house to remove any dirt, dust all surfaces and clear debris.
4.) Mask over all windows and any other surfaces on the home that are not going to be painted.
5.) Put down drop clothes covering the roof, driveway, patio, and balcony. Cover trees, bushes, planters and all other surrounding areas.
6.) Securely tape and properly paper your roof tiles. This will allows us to spray paint under the roof tiles where a brush and roller care unable to reach. This is especially important during the color changes as we need to assure that there is no paint drops on the roof tiles from the brushes.
7.) Spot prime the bare wood and all new materials. Prime wood that doesn't have a solid enough base to apply the new paint.
8.) After the primer, apply the caulking to separating cracks in joints, in the wood sidings as well as the trim.
9.) Apply Bond-O in small areas if need be (wood replacement is absolutely recommended instead of Bond-O as Bond-o is not guaranteed to hold up as long as the paint will).
10.) Paint the eaves, fascia, trim and other wood sidings. Spray the paint quickly and efficiently as well as spray into corners that brushes and rollers can't access. Then, firmly “back roll” over all wet paint pushing color into the hair-line cracks, heavy grainy textures and knotholes.
11.) A second coat is applied after first coat has dried completely.
12.) Wire brush all compromised stucco. Stucco patch any needed surfaces.
13.) Mask over all eaves, fascia and trim with paper and tape, spray stucco in all four directions for the most efficient and consistent color coverage pattern.
14.) Start the remaining two sides of home repeating steps 4-13
15.) Remove all masking materials from the house and check for the small details or touch up where needed.
16.) Clean up any scraps, sweep the surrounding area.
17.) Enjoying your newly panted home!