Exterior Painting Services
Metro Vancouver Exterior House Painting
Our dedicated team covers every aspect of your painting services—fast.
Bring back your home’s curb appeal
The exterior of your home is people’s first impression. Take pride in your home by keeping it looking cared-for and current! Our experienced painters can make any exterior finishes look like new, and understand what paints are best for the lower mainland’s unique climate.
Exterior House Painting
Protect your home from the havoc of Mother Nature with our exterior painting services. Whether you have vinyl, aluminum, stucco or brick siding, our friendly team of expert house painters will do a great job.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are able to offer our clients a 2 year warranty on all of our projects because we supply quality paint and materials from our suppliers. We work with Benjamin Moore, Cloverdale Paint, and Sherwin Williams and use the best products available for your specific project. You may save money in the short term by using a lesser grade product, but it will cost you in the long run! Be sure to contact us if you have any questions regarding specific products for your project!
We ask that all plants and other foliage be trimmed back from the house as best as possible, before our team arrives. Sometimes we understand that this is not always possible, and this can most certainly be addressed for your unique project prior to painting!
No two projects are the same! A trim painting job could take as little as 1 day, to a full repaint taking multiple weeks. We find most exterior painting jobs are completed in 5 days.
We almost always need to see your property in person to provide you with an exact cost.
Our exterior season begins in mid April and finishes mid October. (weather permitting) There are specialty products on today’s market that can be applied in near freezing temperatures. However, If booked early enough in the year, the best time is early or late summer. Not too hot, and not too cold. The less humidity in the air the better!
We could write a whole article on this question! Clearly, you want to avoid rainy conditions when taking on an exterior painting project. If you’re surprised by rainfall during your project, stop painting immediately; wait until the rain stops and your painting surface is dry. With most high quality paint, your project will be rain-resistant as long as the paint is applied at least 90 minutes before rainfall. Another big concern is humidity. If the humidity is too high, paint can dry improperly. In short, the industry standard is to paint on a surface whose temperature is more than 5 degrees above the dew point—the temperature at which water droplets begin to condense.