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House Painters In Johnson County  

Residential Exterior Painting

An exterior repaint is like giving your home a makeover that steals the spotlight on your street. It also signals to neighbors and passersby that your home is cared for and well maintained. Not only does it enhance curb appeal; it's an investment in the protection and longevity of your asset. A fresh exterior coating acts as a shield, safeguarding the home from the elements—be it harsh weather, UV rays, or general wear and tear. 

Our 6 Step Painting Process

Our painting process stands out in its ability to consistently deliver the highest quality results with every project. Our skilled team of  house painters, equipped with years of experience, executes each step with precision and attention to detail, leaving no room for errors.

  • Power Washing - Removes dirt, mildew, etc., that can prevent paint from bonding. 

  • ScrapingUsing scrapers and brushes to remove loose paint and provide a tight, prime-ready surface. 

  • Wood Rot Repairs - If your home needs wood rot repairs prior to painting, our experts at Rapid Painting can handle the task. Along with any loose board tightening.

  • Priming Certain surfaces must be primed in order to accept the new paint. We use high quality exterior primers to prepare the surface and ensure a sound foundation for the new finished coat(s). 

  • Caulking   All gaps, cracks, seams, windows and trim. This becomes an essential element in our commitment to delivering long-lasting, impeccable results, ensuring that your home remains both beautiful and resilient over time.

  • Painting - We only use premium paint from Sherwin-Williams. Because some customers may prefer an alternative grade of paint, we carefully discuss these options with our clients so they understand each product’s strengths and limitations.

  • How do I know its time to get my house painted?
    Is your house faded? Once the paint starts to fade, it's a sign that the protective layer isn't holding up. And when that protection goes, the color can start peeling or fading real quick. Which opens the door for more serious damage like rust or rot, depending on what your house is made of. Is there peeling paint? Once the paint has started peeling, it no longer protects the surface. Wood rot or rust is inevitable, depending on the substrate. Beyond the obvious unsightliness, the substrate will begin to deteriorate rapidly. How long has it been since your house was last painted? The national average for a paint job in the United States is seven years. Living in the Midwest can speed up the wear and tear on your house paint. The crazy weather—cold winters, hot summers—can mess with it. We are very knowledgeable about all types of paint and protective measures and which will work best with your particular home.
  • What brand of paint do you use?
    We specifically use Sherwin Williams paints because they've got options for everyone—low, medium, and high-end. We're all about top-tier quality, so by default, we stick with the high-end stuff from both brands. If you've got paint in mind or already picked one, we are OK with that as well. We will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each paint during the in-person estimate.
  • Do you apply one or two coats of paint?
    In almost all situations, we suggest using two coats of paint. This method provides the best chance for a lasting and durable paint job with vibrant colors. As mentioned earlier, when the coating breaks down, the color fades, leaving the surface unprotected. We understand that every home is not the same. During the in-person estimate, we can discuss the best option for your particular scenario.
  • What does it look like to get a painting estimate?
    For a complete exterior paint job, we require an on-site visit to inspect the surfaces that will be painted to provide the most accurate quote. This may not be necessary for some smaller jobs, but meeting face-to-face allows for a clear and detailed discussion about your expectations, the scope of the project, and any specific requirements you may have. Inspect all surfaces, making sure any needed repairs are addressed Discuss color options. Discuss the process in detail. Discuss the timeline to get the project completed. Discuss any areas of concern or questions Discuss expectations of when the quote will be completed. Discuss payment options and terms, if any.
  • Will I have to clean anything up after the job is complete?
    Absolutely not. We put everything we move back where it was; we remove all of our own waste, scrap, and materials. We aim to make it look like we were never there.
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