Take a look at this home in Short Hills, NJ. Why is some of the siding in the photo below sanded bare while other boards still have the old paint? It’s because Permanent Paint can be applied over existing paint as long as it is not peeling. The paint on the dark brown (unsanded) areas was holding firm to the house while the paint in sanded areas was peeling.
How does that work? The answer is the bonding primer we use with Permanent Paint. The bonding primer adheres to existing paint and provides the right base for a 25-year Permanent Paint job. A Rutgers Permanent Painting estimator will assess your house and discuss the proper preparation with you so you know how we are going to paint the exterior of your home and why we will do it that way.