Contractor Standards Guide
Learn what to ask before hiring
a home improvement contractor.
Real Customer References
Real names and numbers.
Right here. Right now.
Frequently Asked Questions
You have questions...
We've got answers.
When it comes to your exterior paint job, don't be fooled into thinking that any paint will do — or that any house painter will do. It's important to keep in mind that exterior house painting is very different from interior house painting. While you want a quality interior paint job, the exterior paint job has all the pressures of the outside world to contend with. That's why at No Risk Painting, we ensure no risk and refuse to cut corners with our paint jobs — even using rollers and brushes instead of spray paint for a thicker, more vibrant coat.
The quality of your exterior paint may just be the first impression your home makes. If it's bright, smooth, vibrant, it will draw in friends and neighbors, as well as potential buyers if you choose to put it on the market. If the paint is faded and peeling, that will make an impression, too — not the kind you want to make. It's difficult to recover from the impression of poor exterior paint, even with an updated home interior. Get the impression right from the get-go, and then continue to wow guests with the rest of your home.
When you think about it, your home's exterior has to hold up against quite a bit of pressure just from the weather throughout the year. It stands through heavy rains, bright sunshine, snow, and wind. This can all take its toll on your exterior paint.
That's why so many house painters only offer a one-year warranty if they offer a warranty at all. Paint fades eventually, and poor quality exterior paint fades sooner rather than later. At No Risk Painting, we pride ourselves on offering the best warranty in New England — 5 years. We can do this because we take our time to offer the best possible paint job, one that won't simply fade at the first sign of stress.
Just because a type of paint is labeled as exterior house paint, doesn't mean it's right for your home's exterior — because there is no "one size fits all" of exterior paint. It depends on your climate, the kind of siding you have: wood, vinyl, composite, etc. Vinyl siding, for instance, requires acrylic paint in order to ensure that it adheres to the siding. That's why it's so important to have an expert house painter who can see exactly what kind of house paint you need for your home and provide that along with a quality paint job.
If the quality of your exterior paint matters to you, contact No Risk Painting today for more information or a free quote on our exterior paint jobs.