El Paso’s Source For Exterior Paint
PPG Paint Store is proud to provide the El Paso region with the highest quality paint supplies and the widest range of paints. We have exterior paint supplies and materials for both residential and commercial purposes. It doesn’t matter if you’re on the job and repainting a school, church, restaurant, business, or your home, we have you covered. We make sure that you have enough house paint or exterior paint to complete any project. We thrive on helping our customers, from deciding what color they need to choosing the right paint types for their building, so contact us today!
The Ultimate Exterior Paint Supply Selection
Depending on the exterior material, every building and home will need different types of exterior paint. No matter what you’re looking for, we have it ready for you.
The types of exterior paint we have available include:
- One Coat
- Bonding Primer
- Wood Stabilizer
- Block Filler
- WB Alkyd
- Aluminum Paint
- Lacquer Undercoat
- Water Repellent
- Stucco Primer
- Masonry Coating
- Concrete Stain
- Resistant Primer
- And so much more!
Our Exterior And House Paint Services
We can’t be the top house paint store in El Paso by simply providing the best exterior paint supplies. Our team focuses greatly on the customer experience. We work with homeowners performing DIY projects and give the right guidance and insight so that you can perform the job like a professional.
We also work with contractors and paint professionals to supply them with all of the exterior painting materials they need for any job they’re working on.
Some projects take special measures and specific types of paint materials to last in the desert sun. You can always take a look at our inventory through our corporate website or by giving us a call.
Some of the most common types of clients we work with include:
- School districts
- And more!
House Paint FAQs
Do I have lead paint on my house?
According to The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), homes built before 1978 more than likely contain lead-based paint. You can get a testing kit to find out if your exterior paint has led in it before you start second guessing yourself.
What sheen of paint should I use?
There are three main sheens typically available for exterior surfaces and the type of surface will determine the level of sheen needed.
The types of sheens to be aware of and their best surfaces are flat, which works best with stucco; Low lustre, which is recommended with wood siding only if it is in good shape with minimal cosmetic blemishes, and Semi gloss. Low lustre trim elements should almost always be coated in a semi gloss sheen.
Unless you dislike shine, semi gloss provides the best amount of protection for the overall life of the product. It can resist dirt and can take a beating from sun and rain.
How should I protect my landscaping during the painting process?
Plants should get covered with lightweight materials. Some can be pulled back gently or get trimmed before the job begins to provide clearance.
Do you have to wash the house before painting?
It is a crucial step that can affect the quality of the job if not performed. Pre-washing removes grime and mildew and provides a clean surface for the primer, and provides the opportunity for any damage done to the home over time a chance to be repaired before paint is applied.
PPG Paint Store Has The Exterior Paint You Need
No matter the size of your project, PPG Paints has the right inventory. Our selection of house paint and exterior paint will set you up for success no matter if you’re taking the DIY approach or need the supplies as a commercial contractor. Give us a call for any information on our inventory or to learn more about our industrial coatings, supplies, or interior paint products!