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Professional Painting and Limewashing Services for Brick Homes in NW Arkansas

Looking for a way to freshen up the look of your home or business? Brick painting and limewashing are great options! Our professional services in NW Arkansas can help you achieve the look you desire.

Brick painting is a popular choice for many customers because it offers a wide range of color choices. Whether you want a classic look or something more modern, brick painting can give you the results you’re looking for.

Limewashing is another popular option, especially if you’re looking for a more rustic look. This technique involves applying a lime-based wash to the brick surface, which gives it a unique weathered appearance.

If you’re not sure which option is right for you, our team can help you choose based on your desired look and budget. Contact us today to get started!

Benefits of Painting Brick

Protect from Weather Damage – Reduce Maintenance Cost – Curbside Appeal – Dramatic Exterior Transformation
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Our Brick Painting Limewashing Process

For most brick limewash projects we use Romabio products, which are purpose designed for painting brick surfaces. It gives an excellent high-quality end result that is durable and stands the test of time.

“Romabio Paints are mineral based and made with high quality, natural ingredients that are toxin-free. They are easy to use, affordable, and extremely low maintenance. We strive to create the best products, and as a conscious company, we want all of our products to be sustaining for you, the environment, and the world at large.” – Romabio.Paints Website

Before painting begins, all brick surfaces are thoroughly cleaned and prepped, areas like window trim are masked off.

Paint is applied with either brushes, rollers, or spray equipment depending on the project requirement

We have a detailed example of a residential brick limewash project in our featured projects section, be sure to check it out!

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Projects Completed by Our Team

Below are some after photos from brick projects completed by our team in the greater NW Arkansas Area.

Limewashed Brick Garage Entrance

Limewashed Brick Garage Entrance

Fayetteville, AR

Exterior Limewash With Romabio Paint Product

Exterior Limewash With Romabio Paint Product

Fayetteville, AR

Painted Brick Porch

Painted Brick Porch

Fayetteville, AR

Exterior Limewash for Brick Home

Exterior Limewash for Brick Home

Fayetteville, AR

Painted Brick Home

Painted Brick Home

Fayetteville, AR

Common Questions About Painting Brick Surfaces

Is it necessary to prime a brick surface before painting?

Yes, it is important to prime the brick surface before applying paint. Priming helps the paint adhere better and last longer. Additionally, priming will help reduce the amount of paint needed for coverage and give you a uniform finish.

Do I need to use a special paint for brick surfaces?

Yes, you should use a paint specifically formulated for masonry, such as an acrylic latex or oil-based masonry paint. These paints will help protect the surface and create a lasting finish.

How long does it take to complete the painting process?

The time it takes to complete the painting process can vary depending on the size of the brick surface and the number of coats needed for adequate coverage. Generally speaking, it will take at least a day or two to properly prep and paint a brick surface.

How often should I repaint my brick?

It is recommended to repaint a brick surface every five to seven years, depending on the condition of the existing coating and amount of exposure to weather conditions.

How many coats of paint do I need to apply?

It is recommended that you apply two coats of paint for the best coverage and protection. The first coat should be thin, allowing it to dry completely before applying the second coat.

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