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This project in Huntington was featured in the local newspaper.
Project: Huntington Central High School -
Presently a Senior Apartment Community. We started this job in June 2011 and finished in October 2011. Job entailed 50,000 sq. ft. of interior walls, ceilings, sprayed trim. We refinished 30 teacher cabinets, 50 unit entry doors, 28 wood floors, refinished interior brick and all stairway banisters. Plus 150 individual windows, (as seen on exterior of building) were washed, primed and painted using automotive sprayed finish.
This log home had little maintenance for close to 15 years. Mildew and oxidation. After extensive prep and clean, we applied a Sherwin-Williams log cabin stain.
Working on cabinets.
Bare drywall before painting
After applying primer and topcoat.
Close-up to show our care in proper cut-in technique. Notice the clean staight lines between all three colors.
Now these cabinets and woodwork have an updated beautiful appearance.
A good cut-in line where ceiling meets wall is on all of our projects.
This was an exterior repaint where we had already primed the brick and windows. The pictures below show after the house was painted.
Another shot of the front of the house.
The fourth side of the house.......look at those rusty old gas and electric meters!
Wow, what a difference!
No more rust!
We always do a good job of covering glass and fixtures, even I.D. tags on gas meters! The storm door was repainted and now is recoated with the best paint from Sherwin Williams.
The finished product. The shutters were taken off and sprayed then replaced. We also sprayed the front door to match. All siding and brick was sprayed. We use the best spraying equipment on the market (Graco). It operates on hydraulic pressure so there is virtualy no overspray, which compliments our crews EAP Inc. quality measured masking skills.
No overspray - it's guaranteed! We professionally mask! 27 years experience.....our crew is trained / monitored properly.
Rear side of house, siding light green and windows/patio dark green.
This wood sided home is in the historical part of Fort Wayne. It is very important to prepare wood siding correctly. This particular house was in bad shape, the experience EAP Inc. provides is great!
Wow! What a difference! Looks fresh and new.
This is the front of the house.
Original wood siding reworked into a "keeper", bypass the vinyl siding option and repaint with high quality materials. Lower cost (overall job) + original woodwork (historic home value) = more equity and value for your home!
IF the majority of the wood trim and siding are in need of replacement, THEN purchase vinyl, repair and repaint is indeed more cost effective and will keep your home in its original form. Our choice of top of the line paint products are similar in fade resistance to vinyl siding.
The north side of this house.
The south side of house.
We do a large assortment of finishes. Here's some playground equipment (before and after).
This old slide is faded and rusty.
The underside was treated with a rust preventing primer and topcoat. Much better!
The underside was in need of attention because of all the rust.
Rustproofed and weather tight.
Monkey bars before.
Monkey bars after.
I wished I could show you this one in person. A horrible mess of peeling paint and weathering. Can it be saved?
Finally, the aftermath of a good job. ALOT of scraping and priming and painting. But well worth the time. This house looks soooo much
We also paint concrete and stucco.
A nice clean job two-toning the support boards against the siding.
This cedar deck is VERY weathered and in need of power washing/cleaning with the right chemicals.
As you can see there is a green mildew growing in the wood.
More moldy wood.
These 3 following pics show the deck after being properly treated and washed. This cedar looks like it's fresh from the mill now.
The homeowner wanted a "pickled woodwork" (white washed stain) appearance, so we used an opaque white/beige stain which blended with the orange cedar and gave the pinkish "pickled wood" look she wanted.