If there is any peeling — and there usually is somewhere — it's essential to scrape off any loose paint. This doesn't just mean the parts that are already separated from the wood and ready to fall off on their own. Each spot where paint has peeled loose needs to be scraped thoroughly until you can no longer get the sharp corner of a putty knife under any of the surrounding edges of paint. Then, the bare spot needs to be sanded until the paint edges are smooth.
You’ll spend between $500 and $3,000 or $1 to $3.50 per square foot to paint concrete. However, expect to pay $2 to $7 per square foot since concrete almost always needs a coat of primer first. Double that price if the concrete requires stripping. Concrete is porous. Sealing it not only helps blend foundations and walls with your home’s aesthetic, but also seals it against water. Repairing or resurfacing concrete costs $300 to $500 for every 100 square feet.
For tough, all-purpose paint with a touch of For tough, all-purpose paint with a touch of style, choose BEHR Premium Plus Low Odor, Paint & Primer in One Eggshell Enamel Interior paint. This soft, subtle sheen resists dirt and grime, so it's perfect for all of your home's busiest rooms. The soft, velvety, reflective appearance will also brighten up your hallways. More + Product Details Close House Painting