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Los Angeles has 284 sunny days per year on average. Protecting your home with the right exterior paint can reduce energy costs, increase curb appeal, and protect from the elements. We come fully equipped to provide safe, fast, and affordable exterior home painting services.
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You want a fast, clean, and efficient exterior paint service. We can help educate and guide you to the optimal color, shade, and energy saving features for your home.

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Eggshell paint is the most popular exterior paint finish for the body of a home. Because eggshell isn’t dull like a flat finish, or too shiny like a high-gloss sheen, it looks great on a variety of siding types such as HardiePlank, stucco, horizontal wood, and others.

Acrylic paint is the most durable of all. It’s long-lasting, flexible, and able to withstand fading from the sun or damage from rain and other elements.

When painting stucco, the method you pick will depend on how large the area is that you have to paint, and the time you have to do it in.

For larger areas, spraying is better. If you’re just covering a small area, you can easily tackle it with a roller.

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