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Don't be what Forest Gump's mother says.

Posted on 18 June, 2017 at 13:30 Comments comments (843)
Painting houses in Florida is very different than painting houses up North. In Florida you deal with rough masonry walls and very aggressive weather. First off your house has to be pressure washed with at least a 2,800psi pressure washer with a 30/70 mix of bleach to water to remove and kill mold,, dirt and loose paint. Next the house needs to be sealed. A major corner cutter for homeowners who don't know painting in this environment. So many homeowners, property management companies and yes cheap local painting companies that go up against my company continue to paint over dirty chalky walls. It's ignorant and upsetting that this goes on today. Masonry walls need to be sealed to ensure proper adhesion for your top coats of paint. Otherwise your just throwing money up into the wind. Be smart and don't look at price when it comes to choosing your painting contractor, do your research first. Don't be like Forest Gump's mother says, Stupid is, as stupid does.  

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Chalky Paint? It's bad not good Homeowners

Posted on 20 February, 2013 at 8:10 Comments comments (107)
It's still amazing to me how many homeowners I run into that don't understand what chalky paint means? Go out and rub your hand against the exterior walls of your house and if your hand looks like they are covered in chalk or powder it's time to repaint your house. It's not ok to paint over chalky paint with new exterior paint. Chalky paint or chalky powder is a result of weathering and breakdown of the paint. Paints will become chalky at some point, depending on the age of your paint and exposure to the elements, such as sunshine and water.(Welcome to Florida) If chalky paint is not removed or sealed with a proper sealant, it can eventually cause damage such as moisture permeating your substrate which cause masonry cracks in your walls. If you just paint over chalky paint these things will most likely occur; paint discoloration, paint peeling and void of any manufacture warranty your paint has. It is absolutely necessary to remove all chalky paint, if this can not be achieved by cleaning the surface than a special sealant must be applied to seal up the weathered paint before applying any new paint. This is the biggest investment you own and yet most homeowners still spend the least amount of money, research or care on it?  That's why you should always hire a professional licensed painting company to paint your house.

Helpful hint for those storm panels

Posted on 14 October, 2012 at 17:40 Comments comments (136)
Helpful hint coming from one of EZ Painting Services customers: Use stainless steel fender washers behind storm panels that rest on house paint during the summer months. This will help Keep prevent the house paint from sticking to the storm panels. It works!
Bob Burkholder / Rotonda West, Florida.

Power Washing

Posted on 31 August, 2012 at 23:15 Comments comments (233)
It's good practice to have your house power washed once a year to prevent dirt and mold build up on your paint. This will help make that paint job last longer and prevent early break down.

Local Business of the month

Posted on 2 July, 2012 at 9:32 Comments comments (359)
A big thanks goes out to local business "A Tropical Breeze Enterprise Lawn & Landscaping Services" for their support. If your lawn needs some attention call Tim Shea @ 941.456.1135 or email @ [email protected]


Posted on 26 June, 2012 at 7:43 Comments comments (861)
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Exterior house painting preparation

Posted on 18 June, 2012 at 9:43 Comments comments (111)
*The most important process in exterior house painting does not involve a paintbrush, roller or airless sprayer. It is the preparing of the surface prior to painting your home that will make or break the paint job. It is rarely the paint that fails but rather the adhesion or bounding of the paint to the surface below. The main reason paint fails is because the surface was not cleaned or prepared right. So always make sure your painting surface is clean, dry, free from grease, oils and flaking or loose paint. This will allow your primer and finish paint a good surface to bond. Painting the exterior of your house over a dirty or poorly prepared surface will always lead you to trouble down the road.