Want to increase the value of your home? At Trombley Painting Company, we know what it takes to create a custom exterior painting project that will beautify your home and transform your vision into a reality. And we do it on time and budget.
A good house painting job will also protect your home from damage caused by Nature's hand. When you choose Trombley Painting Company to paint your home's exterior, you make the best choice!
THE TROMBLEY BENEFIT
The Choice is Yours. We have one of the most extensive color palettes in the industry and are skilled at helping you choose the colors that match your vision.
Surfaces. Stucco, stippling, marbling, color washing, sponge painting are just some of our specialties.
Style Matching. Bring in a picture of a home you admire. We will mimic the appearance of that home's paint job.
Quality Products. We use some of the finest brand name products and tools in the house painting industry.
No Hassle Preparation and Clean-up. The professionals at Trombley Painting Company take all the hassle out of prep work and clean-up. We do it for you!
And we can do it all at an AFFORDABLE PRICE!
DID YOU KNOW?
Contaminants such as dirt, mold and mildew, car exhaust, and loose dirt can affect the quality of the exterior house painting job?
That's why our professional house painters prepare the surface of your home to ensure the best paint adhesion.
FREQUENTLY ASKED EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINTING QUESTIONS
Can my house be painted in extreme heat?
Here in Paso Robles, it isn’t uncommon to see a few summer days reach 112 °F (though the record stands at 117 °F). However, most exterior house paint manufacturers don’t recommend using their product outside above 105 °F. On days when it is extremely hot, we’ll either schedule prep work with you, or interior painting jobs.
Can my house be painted in the rain?
We work up and down the central coast of California, including areas where it might rain once in a while. If you’re concerned about a little rain, we can help you schedule. Many house paint products can be used in light precipitation (or places like Portland and Seattle would never get painted!).
How often should I paint my house?
This is not an easy one to answer because it depends on where you live, even here on the central coast of California. If you own a beach home in Cayucos or Pismo Beach where the salt and sand are wearing down the paint it will need to be repainted more frequently. Also, different materials and sidings may appear to last longer than wood base as the paint is also a protectant for the wood. If you are conducting paint maintenance on your home, it can also last longer in-between house painting jobs. But if you need a number for a starting point, 5-10 years is a good baseline.
What repairs should I do before painting the exterior of my house?
Removing old caulking and re-caulking around windows, sidings, and doors is a common repair homeowners like to do before house painting. This is also the time to repair cracks in stucco or fill-in any nail holes. If you notice any wood-rot around your roof, stairs, or railing (common locations), this is a good time to have those pieces replaced as well. Sometimes we find areas that need to be patched or replaced once we start prepping for painting, so we’ll help you to make sure anything you want repaired is handled before we paint. We can do a lot of the prep work, too, so don’t hesitate to ask us if you don’t want to do it yourself!
How do I choose my new house colors?
When picking new colors to paint the exterior of your house, you typically have a minimum of three colors (base, accent/door, &trim). Before you look at colors, look at your home for elements which are hardest to change, like the roof: is it warm or cool? Do you have any tile or brick around? Then start looking at other homes with similar features for inspiration and meet with us for some color selection assistance.
What is the best color to paint a house if I want to sell it?
Right now, the market is going towards natural colors: off-white, grays, taupes, pale yellows. And if it’s blue or green, it’s usually still blended with gray.