Since 1981 exterior condominium painting in New England has been the foundation of our business. Throughout that period we have worked hard to refine and perfect our process. A good paint job is only as good as the preparation and at Prime Touch we are passionate about surface preparation. We believe cedar siding is a valuable asset worth saving. Our proprietary preparation methods will restore your cedar siding and your condominium. When it comes to choosing the correct exterior primers, stains and paints, let the experts at Prime Touch help you make the right decision. We work with manufacturers each year to test exterior products to find ones that work best in the New England environment. We keep up with the latest environmental regulations, product updates and changes so you don’t have to. We make sure all your colors and product choices are recorded each year and that information will always be accessible for you year after year. We apply every prime, paint or stain per the manufacturers recommendations. We take time to back brush our sprayed coatings because we believe quality matters to our customers. We apply our alkyd stains with a brush because it looks better and lasts longer. It may not be important to our competition but it’s important to us and it’s important to our customers.
Mechanical Disk Sanding and Random Orbital Sanding can be an effective and relatively inexpensive tool to properly prepare surfaces for painting and can be effectively used to:
1) Remove a variety of failed and peeling coatings from siding and decks 2) Smooth delamintated and flat grain siding, remove mill glaze from smooth sawn wood 3) Remove loose wood fibers from photo degraded wood 4) Smooth deck boards and railing caps
Prime Touch has pioneered the use of environmentally safe chemical strippers. Our process can save your association from costly wood replacement and keep your property looking great for years to come. Before a consultant tries or contractor tries to sell you on vinyl siding, look to Prime Touch to save your valuable wood siding at a fraction of the price.