Exterior Painting, Gastonia, NC

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We take pride in doing your exterior painting the right way.

It might not seem like it, but there is a right way to do exterior painting and a million wrong ways. You won’t have to worry about which you are getting for your Gastonia, North Carolina home when you call on us at Pride Painting, Inc. We have been a trusted source for painting services since 1999 and continue to maintain an A+ rating with the BBB because of our honest, reliable, and professional business practices.

Exterior Painting in Gastonia, North Carolina

The right way to do exterior painting is to properly prepare the surface so that the new paint will properly adhere and won’t peel or crack in just a season or two. It also involves using a quality paint product and proven painting techniques to get the right amount of paint applied. While some exterior painting professionals are happy with a result that looks good from the street, we take meticulous care so that it looks good standing right next to your home, as well.

We are thorough with our preparations, including protecting your landscaping and pressure washing your home to remove dirt, grime, and loose paint. We are also watching for any wood rot or other situations that should be repaired before painting. In addition to providing exterior painting, we also do deck staining so that the entire exterior of your home can be transformed and improved.

If you would like to know more about our exterior painting for homes and businesses, give us a call. We would be happy to send out one of our owners to provide you with an estimate. We do not use a sales team, so you can rest assured you will get the best price possible and you won’t face a high-pressure sales experience. You are under no obligation to proceed. Be sure to ask about our industry-leading, 3-year written guarantee.


At Pride Painting, Inc., we offer exterior painting services in Charlotte, Waxhaw, Concord, Gastonia, and Huntersville, North Carolina, as well as Fort Mill and Rock Hill, South Carolina.