Our team at Smith and Company was called to the Johnstone Steeple in McMinnville, OR for our latest project. The scope of the project was to scrape some loose paint, prime the bare wood, and then apply the two coats of paint to the lower section of the steeple. The steeple had extensive peeling paint. We were given a timeline of just one day to complete the project. It was a challenge, but we were on it!
The biggest problem our team ran into with the project was the massive amount of peeling paint. We easily solved this issue by scraping off all the loose paint. Next, we used Sherwin Williams Prime RX Bonding primer to prime the bare wood on the steeple. Then our team used Sherwin Williams Super Paint Satin to apply the two coats to the lower section of the steeple. The color that we used was a custom match.
Check out our photos to see the transformation from before to after below, and take a look at the Johnstone Steeple as you drive by it in McMinnville!