Exterior Residential Painting

Exterior Residential Painting: Choosing the right paint for the right painting job

Painted by Matt Kimble and Concepts In Color, Pacific Palisades, CA

The matter of exterior residential painting is one of the things we should make sure to have it done with quality and precision as balanced with our ideas we have in our mind regarding the overall design of our house. After all, it is a great investment not only that it can serve as an expression of our artistic ego and it is our haven where we rest and take a break from the world.

We should also consider the fact that every day, your house is perceptible to other people who would pass by, and its market value would raise dependent primarily to the excellence of the exterior residential painting job.

Choosing colors and buying the appropriate type of paint are the most important on the list in the general preparation of your painting job. First off, you may want to take into deliberation some important points in making your color choice. For example, your roof would most likely be colored with dark ones, then you should pick colors that would not conflict with those colors.

If your exterior residential painting covers the entire repainting of your home, you might want to consider picking a color scheme first, or better yet, a design theme. Type of paint would now involve choosing between the types of substance that composes each of the main options you have. These are paints with low VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) or you can go ‘green friendly’ with zero VOC’s. Matt Kimble can help you make these decisions and help you with the painting of your home.

Let us go deeper in choosing your paint colors for your exterior residential painting. Bright and gloomy colors have their own advantages and disadvantages. Mainly, it concerns your taste in art or fashion.

Effervescent colors tend to heighten the details of your house but would most apt to be affected by dirt or any harsh environmental elements. If you would consider this then, you must however, take special effort in cleaning the surroundings of your house. Ominous colors tend to make your house a bit more slender and emerge a bit smaller. We can even make a combination of these to balance their individual impacts and make a good harmony of colors. The secret however, is to take into account the houses that surrounds yours.

More often than not, many people would have the hard time applying these concepts in materializing what they have in their mind. In times like these, you can always consult and hire professional painters to do the job for you with style and skills.

Contact Concepts In Color to help you choose the right colors for your home.

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2 Comments on “Exterior Residential Painting”

  1. Greg Martin Says:

    The matter of exterior residential painting is one of the things we should make sure to have it done with quality and precision as balanced with our ideas we have in our mind regarding the overall design of our house. After all, it is a great investment not only that it can serve as an expression of our artistic ego and it is our haven where we rest and take a break from the world.

    For more info, you can go to http://www.petethepainter.com/news/a_great_deal_of_exterior_residential_painting_in_northfield

    They provide valuable info about exterior residential painting in Northfield

    Happy Painting


  2. This is probably the biggest decision in terms of decor painting a home owner will ever make. I agree this is perceivable by everyone and should be well thought out. This must be professionally done and I like the advice about looking to your neighbours homes before selecting your paint.


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