Exterior Painting

Exterior Painting

When it comes to exterior painting, Amazing Painting  Company is your #1 choice. A fresh coat of paint on a  property’s exterior can work magic and significantly  boost its curb appeal. Investing a  little time and money on a paint job pays dividends. First, the periodic exterior painting of a residence  prevents a degradation of its external siding and aesthetic features, as well as its structural components. Secondly, painting can accentuate and highlight a property’s architectural aspects and improve a home’s appearance. Exterior painting also serves the purpose of substantially contributing to a home’s real estate appreciation. We are experts in all types of exterior painting. Our preparation and painting process ensures that your house will remain looking beautiful long after the project is complete.

Exterior Painting Process




When it comes to choosing the most flattering hues for your property,  consider the following tips:

  1. Selecting one color for accents such as doors, one color for trim, and a third color for the siding
  2. Contrasting the accent and trim color in order to mask design defects and underline architectural details
  3. Utilizing fewer colors on simple homes and four to six colors on elaborate homes
  4. Coordinating the color of the paint with that of neighboring homes to maintain a sense of uniformity
  5. Harmonizing the new paint with the residence’s current colors
  6. Applying an accent color along the contour that contrasts with the home’s background in order to highlight architectural aspects
  7. Steering clear of extreme contrasts
  8. Choosing colors from the same color family
  9. Balancing shades over the entire home
  10. Harmonizing the exterior paint with the home’s interior colors
  11. Complementing the colors of the masonry and roof with those of the trim or siding
  12. Choosing accent colors for columns, shutters, and other details, as well as the trim
  13. Applying light colors to make the residence appear larger and darker shades to make it seem smaller
  14. Keeping in mind that intense colors tend to fade quicker, and that dark colors are more difficult to maintain than light colors
  15. Reserving glossy or semi-glossy paint for railings and columns since this type of coating tends to show brush strokes and flaws (even though it is also easier to maintain)
  16. Consulting historic color charts or applying a modern, bright shade to highlight architectural aspects when painting an older home
  17. Matching the new hue to the property’s landscaping