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The Painter Company provides a variety of custom exterior painting services to ensure your home stands out among the rest. Whether you’d like to update your home’s traditional exterior or you want a more modern curb appeal, as Utah's Premier Painting Company, our team knows how to get the job done. 


Any Surface

Brick, stucco, wood, vinyl or aluminum siding, cedar shingles, etc... There isn't a surface TPC hasn't painted and perfected. 

Varnishing the Deck

Wood Staining

Mother Nature can be brutal sometimes. The Painter Company will turn your run-down deck and fencing into a thing of beauty again by using reviving and protecting stains that are sure to put up a good fight against the elements. 


Front Door & Garage

Your neighbors will be in awe while waiting on your doorstep with their plate of cookies as they admire the elegant new finish on your

front door. 


Stucco Repair

Sometimes our houses show their age and develop wrinkles. Our team will patch and paint it so it looks

young again. 

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Pressure Washing

Pressure washing is a critical step when painting the exterior of any home because it removes the old paint, mold, and oil therefore allowing the new paint to absorb deep into the surface. 


Shutters and Windows

Applying a stain to your concrete floor adds a distinctive look while pouring an epoxy coating creates added durability. Both of these are game changers and are sure to be envied by your neighbors. 

                Step-By-Step Exterior Painting Process

Creating an exterior paint surface that will look fantastic and withstand the elements requires adherence to a strict set of guidelines. At The Painting Company, we have perfected this process. Our expert crews follow a precise method that is combined with high-quality paints and specialized techniques to ensure every exterior paint job meets our high standards and exceeds our customer’s satisfaction.


A quality exterior paint job requires a clean surface. We power wash every exterior to remove loose paint, debris and dirt to ensure a durable, lasting finish. This is one of the most important steps – many of our competitors skip this crucial step which can lead to premature peeling of the paint.


Raking dirt away from the exterior walls and foundation is critical to ensure the paint goes below the ground surface. Trenching is completed on every exterior painting project to apply paint below the grade.


Windows and trim that will not be painted are masked off to protect the surfaces.


We use special coating called DRY-LOCK that waterproofs the foundation. This primer prevents peeling from moisture, which is common on moisture-rich foundations.


Any leftover peeling paint after the power wash is scraped away to create a smooth surface.


Any drywall on patios or stucco texture that needs repair is completed before the painting begins.


All cracks around windows, doors and fascia are caulked to seal these areas.


Every exterior has primer applied before the paint to create an adhesive surface. This is vital for long-lasting results.


For excellent coverage, we apply paint both horizontally and vertically. If your contract specifies we may also back roll or apply a full second coat as well.

  • TRIM.

We carefully apply two coats of paint to trim for the best results.


All doors are sprayed for a smooth finish.


Any metal or accents that need paint are done last using precise painting techniques.


Our crews never leave a mess behind. All coverings, masking, paint chips and other debris are removed once the job is completed.


The foreman for your crew will carefully inspect the completed project to ensure it meets our high standards before we ask you to review the work for a final sign-off at completion.

Trust Us for Your Next Exterior Painting Project

Exterior painting is time-consuming and requires attention to detail to ensure the highest quality results. You can trust The Painting Company to meet and exceed your expectations with our precision-based exterior painting process for your next project.

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