Exterior Painting & Staining
Exterior Painting & Staining Services in RI by LOPCO Contracting
LOPCO Contracting has been providing exterior painting and staining services in Rhode Island and Southern New England for well over two decades now. During that time, we have built a reputation for being one of the premier painting & repair companies in Rhode Island thanks to our commitment to customer satisfaction and our talented and friendly staff. We work closely with our Clients to make sure that their homes look their best and that they are satisfied with their new paint jobs.
Exterior Home Painting Services
At LOPCO Contracting, we know that there are many reasons why a Homeowner would want their homes repainted. A fresh coat of paint increases a home’s curb appeal and objectively increases its value; which is obviously very important if you’re planning on refinancing or selling your home within the next few years. Exterior painting also helps to protect your home from the elements and improves the lifespan of your siding and trim work. No matter why you wish to have your home’s exterior repainted, our team of house painters & repair technicians will be sure to provide you with the results you want.
In addition to exterior painting and staining, our company also offers other exterior maintenance services such as powerwashing, carpentry, masonry, and gutter repairs. The ability to offer these types of services means that when hiring us for your exterior painting or staining project, one does not have to seek out separate contractors in these other areas of contracting should they need to be included in conjunction with the project. This wide range of “in-house” services means that your Home Improvement project will be much easier and more affordable than if you had to seek out other contractors from different companies. Our team of painting and carpentry contractors work closely together to ensure that every step of the project is completed to your satisfaction and that your home’s exterior looks its best and is well protected for a long time to come.
WHY EXTERIOR PAINTING MATTERS
One very important piece of the puzzle to figure out before we begin working on your property, are the colors. This is definitely an age-old dilemma for house painters, but it is a critical step for any exterior painting project. It’s important that we fine tune all of the color details as soon as possible, whether we’re painting your home a completely different color or merely touching up what is already there.
One unique thing that we offer that not many other house painters in Rhode Island do is free color consulting for our Clients. We have a wide variety of paints available in practically every color you can imagine, and we will work closely with you to determine which colors will be best for your home before we begin applying even a single coat of paint. We have been in the house painting business long enough to know how important this step is and how the choice of paint can make or break a Home Improvement project. This free consultation service has proven invaluable over the years in providing our Clients with peace of mind in what can often be the most grueling part of the entire project – nailing down the color scheme!!
Perhaps the single thing that separates our exterior paint systems from that of all others within the marketplace is our distinct surface preparation process. Anyone that has seen an old home that hasn’t been maintained knows how easily paint jobs can fail without the proper preparation. Our two-part primer process can take a failing painting surface and allow it to better accept a new coating system of paint that will last for years. This unique 1-2 punch helps to allow us to guarantee our work for five years after it has been completed and in conjunction with our 5-year service plan, gives our Clients a benefit not found anywhere else within our ENTIRE industry!!!
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