Residential Exterior / Interior Painting in Tampa, FL

Finding the right team to paint your home can feel overwhelming, but with Reynolds Painting Group FL, Residential Division you’ll have peace of mind. We are experts in exterior and interior residential painting that will treat your home with the care it deserves. Our home and residential painting experience is delivered with this simple process:

Step 1: Contact Us

Give us a call and we'll get started on your painting project by doing a free estimate at your home or over the phone. REQUEST A FREE ESTIMATE NOW!

Step 2: We Consult

Before preparing a detailed proposal, we will do a walk-through of your home. We'll also discuss additional details of your project that may need attention prior to starting the job. 

Average Cost to Paint a Home Exterior

We provide estimates primarily based on the square footage of your home. Painting an average home between 500 and 1,500 square feet can cost between $1,000 and $3,000. However, factors such as number of stories, any possible repairs and ease of access can also affect the overall price for an exterior paint job.

Home Exterior Painting Costs (Square Feet).

The following will give you a rough estimate of how much you might pay to paint the exterior of your home:


Home Size Square Footage (Estimated) Cost Range ::

Single story  500 -    1,500   $1,000 - $3,000

Two story     1,500 - 3,000   $3,000 - $4,500

Three story  3,000 - 6,000   $4,500 - $6,000+

Step 3: Pressure Wash, Prep, Repair, Seal and Paint

  • Pressure Washing

One of the first and most important things to do prior to any prep or house painting job is to wash the house. It is important to get rid of  all mildew, algae, and dirt from all surfaces before painting the  house. At Reynolds Painting Group FL, we use a gentle mix of go green biodegradable solution followed by a clean water rinse. We also strip, seal and stain decks as well as pressure clean concrete, sidewalks and driveways. 


  • Exterior Home Preparation

During the exterior house painting preparation procedure we inspect every square inch of the exterior surfaces: stucco, siding, trim, fascia, etc. During this time, we cut out any  loose caulk and re-caulk as well as any cracks or joints. We also putty any empty nail holes. These steps are very important to do correctly in order to prevent water infiltration that will cause water damage or rotting wood. We also scrape, sand and spot-prime any loose paint, applying a special sealer / conditioner to ensure proper adhesion of the top coat paint applied.

  • Carpentry Repairs

After the house painting prep procedure, and because of our thorough inspection of the home, we are now aware of every piece of rotting or damaged wood that is on the home, if any. At this time, there will be a detailed list made of all these areas and presented to the home owner to discuss all options for repair. We are able to do any repair necessary with our highly qualified carpentry team.

  • Exterior House Painting

After washing, prepping, and carpentry repair, it is now time to  paint. We use top quality paints. All products are applied exactly in accordance with manufacturers specifications. Before painting begins, all areas around the paint job that are not to be painted are carefully covered with drop cloths and plastic. There are many ways to apply  paint: spray, roll, or brush. Every house is different so at the time of painting we determine what will be the most efficient and economical way to produce the best results. Working from your project’s detailed proposal, the painting crew will provide superior service, including cleaning up at the end of each workday. 


Interior House Painting 

For many home owners, the thought of a bunch of painters in your home can be intimidating or disconcerting. We keep the crew small: two or three men for interior work, and all of our painting crew members are friendly and speak English. We confine our work areas to small segments of the home at a time to minimize disruption of your daily life and  home. We are very respectful of the homeowner’s concerns and we take extra efforts in maintaining a clean working area at all times.  

  • Step 1: We carefully cover all floors and furniture with clean plastic and drop cloths as well as seal off all doorways of the room being painted to contain dust and paint fumes.
  • Step 2: We carefully inspect the walls for any sheet rock repair (i.e. stress cracks, dings, and nail pops).
  • Step 3: After the sheet rock walls are prepared, we then inspect all  trim for cracks and holes which at that time we would caulk and putty,  prepping the room for sanding.  After all prep work is done, walls and  trim would be sanded, vacuumed, and dusted, preparing all surfaces for paint.
  • Step 4: Now it’s time to paint the room. We would apply top quality  materials to both walls and trim. Once completed, all tape, plastic and drop cloths would be cleaned up. After all plastic and tape has been pulled, while furniture is still in the middle of the room, we would vacuum all the floors. Then, all furniture will be carefully put back in it’s place. 

Step 4: We Follow Up

In addition to a final on-site inspection, we will contact you after your project is done to get feedback on your project’s final results and your overall experience with RPG FL.