This Inglewood home was looking a little too outdated. The brick had a retro feel that was cool at some point in time, but that time had past. The homeowners knew that with a new simple paint job, their home would be looking new in no time.
The first thing we did was pressure wash the home. Once the house was dry, touch ups on the tuck-pointing commenced. Mason primer was sprayed on and back rolled with a one-inch sheepskin roller.
After the primer was on there and looking great, the real transformation began. The outdated bricks were sprayed out and back rolled in client’s desired cream color. (Paraffin PPG14-31 by porter paints in a flat finish)
All trim was prepped, caulked, spot primed and repainted to match the rest of the home’s exterior.
The best part is that painting brick not only changes the look and curb appeal of ones house, but it also ensures a water tight weather and temperature seal, lowers energy cost by making heating and cooler more efficient and preserves your home sweet home.
From the client…