If you're noticing the luster has worn off your home, it's probably time to get it repainted. Exterior home paint will keep your house looking its best and provide a layer of protection against the elements. Interior house paint is essential to any home decorating scheme. Dallas home painters can ensure you have this combination of beauty and protection for your home. Whether you need to revamp your curb appeal or your interior design, a Dallas house painter has got you covered: with two coats and a touch up. House Painting CO "He was in my house for weeks, painted 3000sf, all walls, ceilings, trim. Exceptional work. Always on time. Cleaned up after himself. Respectful of my property. Trustworthy. Super nice guy. Helpful in many ways with the entire project and even helped in a few other ways. STOP SCROLLING other painters and hire Craig now! You'll be glad you did! PS - His price is super competitive. I even added 25% to his quote because the work was so good!"
"Next Door Paint does absolutely amazing work! We were having our home painted by another company. Long story short, we have to fire the other company and Scott and crew showed up and took on the job and did an incredible job. We have had the home painted now for just under a year and it still looks great like the day it was painted by Scott's team. I would recommend Scott and crew for any job big or small and look forward to hiring them back for some interior painting down the road. Thanks Next Door Painting & Scott for making a very this a very pleasant experience and doing such an awesome job! See pictures!" House Painting Picking exterior house paint colors is a lot different than picking a color for a shirt or a car. It may help to drive around to observe colors that other homeowners have combined on homes that are of similar size and design as yours. There are also online resources that provide homeowners with the ability to create virtual makeovers of their home by combining colors together through their software programs as well. Home Painting Every painting job develops a unique choreography as ladders go up and come down and tarps are unrolled and folded up. But two basic principles remain: 1) Start at the top and work down. 2) Work in the shade, out of the sun's glare. As the dance proceeds, keep an eye on the weather. Rain can wash freshly applied latex right off the wall, and a temperature dip below 50 degrees F two days after application can interfere with adhesion and curing and dull the sheen of glossy paints. (Latexes like Sherwin-Williams's Duration and Benjamin Moore's MoorGard Low Lustre are formulated to tolerate temps as low as 35 and 40 degrees, respectively.) House Painting