Brick Painting and Staining
CertaPro Painters® of Columbus
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Let CertaPro Painters® of Columbus, OH Help you with Brick Care
Bricks are commonly used in the north for their ability to look great and keeping us warm in winter. Over time, bricks can loose their color and vibrance, especially outdoors. UV rays and weather can leach the color from the stone if you don’t step in to help. This is where our painters come in.
See more about our commercial brick painting and staining.
If your bricks are looking less than stellar, adding a coating of sealant, stain or paint can create a protective barrier for bricks while adding a new color. Our services can give you an exterior you are proud of. To update your bricks, contact CertaPro Painters® of Columbus, OH. Our brick services include:
Some bricks need revitalized with a power washing. Sometimes this is all the bricks need. This is always the first step to a brick project.
To completely change the look of bricks, use paint. This offers an opaque look in any color. There have been very successfully painted bricks in white, black, neutrals and other colors.
Staining allows you to enhance the current color of your brick while allowing some of the natural variation in color to show through.
Adding a sealant to the existing bricks will simply put a coating over the current colors of brick.
Interior fireplaces can benefit from the addition of paint, stain or seal. The projects need special attention to remove soot and use a paint that is made to withstand the temperatures of a fire.
Portfolio of Brick Painting
Here are brick based projects we have completed in the area. Click on each image for a larger view.
Brick and Siding Painting
We transformed the exterior of this brick and siding apartment and townhome community with paint.
Exterior house painting
This siding and brick home was originally white aluminum with white trim and orange 50’s era brick. We painted the brick and siding the gray body color, painted trim and railing white, painted and hung custom built shutters, and painted the front door black.
All of the trim and windows, including the tongue in groove pine ceiling, started as dark stained wood. We sanded and primed everything with a premium oil-based primer. Filled all the nail holes and caulked all the gaps. We even bondo’d the knots to create a smoother trim finish. 2 coats of Semi-Gloss latex tinted to Ben Moore Acadia White were applied to finish the trim surfaces. We also painted the walls Ben Moore Powell Buff in flat finish. The raw stone fireplace was primed with masonry primer and painted with DTM Primer/Finish to match the walls.