Here in the Pacific Northwest we are fortunate to have a variety of homes and landscapes. This can create some difficult and interesting terrain for staining and painting homes and businesses. Some homes may need scaffolding, others may have 100 year old trees and plants to protect, and some may be easy to access. Depending on how a home weathers, the type of siding it has, if it has lead paint, or what year it was built, it may require different levels of preparation before we start painting.

For these reasons, it’s difficult to gauge what the cost of painting your home may be without seeing it. A job-site visit is essential to get the proper information to give you an accurate quote.

Average Exterior Paint Quotes

Below are some homes we’ve painted and average ballpark prices.

This one level Portland Laurelhurst home was built in the mid-1900s with smooth cedar lap-siding and required extensive lead paint scraping and prep, 4-color exterior with painted windows and soffit trim, painted front porch and steps.

This exterior paint job cost approximately $9600.

This Hillsboro home was built in the early 2000s. This 4-color exterior with Hardi-plank siding and wood trim around windows on all sides, accented pillars and wooden brackets, and a cool front door is a fresh craftsman look.

This exterior paint job cost $5450.

This SW Portland new build boasts custom finished garage doors with high quality paint finishes, 3 story posterior, and 2 paint colors and custom stain colors.

This exterior paint job cost $8960.