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Painting Vinyl Siding

Can You Paint Vinyl Siding?

Great news for Cincinnati area homeowners! Painting vinyl siding is not only appropriate, it saves you thousands of dollars over the cost of replacing it. It's hard to believe vinyl siding has been around since the 1950s. As the most popular low maintenance siding option, it resists moisture, pests, chipping, peeling, and flaking. And it’s recyclable.

Painting vinyl siding refreshes weathered or faded coloring to a ‘like-new’ appearance. Current technology in paint coatings provides more protection than ever from the elements for long-lasting, money-saving results.

365 Renovations uses Sherwin-Williams, a proven and trusted paint brand, to ensure the very best results and your complete satisfaction. Sherwin-Williams offers vinylsafe™ colors specific to vinyl siding to give you lots of color options.

Painting Vinyl Siding - Beige - West Chester OH - 365 Renovations
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Our Process for Painting Vinyl Siding

The longevity of every painting project is in the surface preparation. Painting vinyl siding requires skilled cleaning and prep work, and specialized equipment to complete the project correctly.

Because your vinyl siding is subject to Cincinnati's weather extremes, our preparation process is thorough to ensure the new paint not only adheres properly but will also look its best.

Beyond that, the steps to paint vinyl are similar to other types of exterior painting (i.e., wood, aluminum siding, stucco). In summary, our painters:

  1. Meticulous clean the siding to remove dirt, debris, mold, and stains.
  2. Evaluate its condition and make minor repairs.
  3. Apply the paint in most areas using a brush roller or sprayer.
  4. Take a walk-through with you to ensure your total satisfaction.

Review our 20-step exterior painting process for a detailed checklist.

What are the Black Spots on my Vinyl Siding?

Artillery Fungus on Vinyl Siding - West Chester OH - 365 RenovationsYou are probably referring to artillery fungus. It is a wood-decaying mold that lives in the mulch, dead trees, and rotting wood around your home.

To reproduce, the spores launch themselves toward sunlight (as high as 20 feet). Unfortunately, it often perceives light-colored vinyl for sunlight and sticks to your siding like super glue.

Though unsightly, artillery fungus poses no health risks to you, your pets, or wildlife. However, removing it requires scraping it off with a steel cloth or other abrasive material. This process can damage your siding and leave brown stains behind.

But there's good news! It is possible to paint over it, and the stains it causes, with a special process that includes light sanding and priming. Take action to help prevent artillery mold by replacing wood mulch with stone or decorative gravel.

Why Replace When You Can Repaint?

Painting vinyl siding saves you thousands of dollars as compared to replacing it.

If you are considering a new exterior paint color scheme, we can supply you with color swatch samples. We can also match your existing color or even a neighbor's house paint colors! Browse our FAQs for more information about what you can expect.

365 Renovations has completed over 3,000 painting projects for homes and business owners in the Cincinnati area. Licensed and insured, we guarantee our work and provide a two-year limited warranty. Check out our customer reviews.

Get a free estimate for painting vinyl siding on your home. We'll make it look brand new!

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Vinyl Siding Painting Near You

Located in West Chester Township, our painters also serve homeowners and businesses in Amberley Village, Anderson, Avondale, Blue Ash, Cincinnati, Cleves, Clifton, Colerain, Delhi, Downtown Cincinnati, East Walnut Hills, Fairfield, Finneytown, Forest Park, Hamilton, Harrison, Hyde Park, Indian Hill, Kenwood, Lebanon, Liberty Twp, Loveland, Madeira, Maineville, Mariemont, Mason, Milford, Montgomery, Mt. Adams, Mt. Healthy, Mt. Lookout, North Avondale, Ross, Springboro, Springdale, Symmes Twp, West Chester Township, and Wyoming.