Heavy attention to proper preparation is the key to all paint jobs. Especially those that have been exposed to the elements. It didn't take long to make a sound surface out of this aged stucco with a wire wheel.
Gary Garcia: Posted on Saturday, October 12, 2013 11:14 AM
This project started at the beginning of the summer with a quote for the painting of the exterior of a large 2 story residential home in the south east area of Hayward. I heard approximately 3 week later that the home owners wanted to go with my company after comparing estimates from other contractors and seeing our reviews on Yelp. The customers concerns where that they wanted to go with a much darker color then most houses in the neighborhood and was worried that that the HMO would not approve of it.
Gary Garcia: Posted on Sunday, September 22, 2013 12:21 PM
Here are some before and after pictures of a job I took over because the other self proclaimed painters got in over there head. They were getting over spray over everything, bypassing most all of the preparation stages such as thorough masking, caulking and patching the many nail holes in the siding that were left behind on the original paint job. The home owner was not even happy with the color. The previous painters had an un approved color on there house, there roof, there back patio, plants and windows by the time they had got home from work at the end of the day.
Gary Garcia: Posted on Wednesday, July 24, 2013 1:11 PM
At Advanced PaintingSystems we pay heavy attention to proper preparation. The stucco on this househadn’t been painted in 30 years. It had a deteriorating coating on it that was poplar in the Late 70’s that claimed it would last for the lifetime of your house.
Our client was looking for a Pleasanton Painting Contractor that could provide a warranty and had good reviews on Yelp, where she found us.She was encouraged by our ability to do handyman services and repair and replace the visible dry rot.