HOA Appealing Paint

Painting is often one a homeowner association’s most frequent and expensive repairs. Paint has a relatively short life (depending on the surface, tree cover, exposure to sun and wind: 5-10 years) yet acts as a critical barrier of protection for siding which is intended to last thirty years or longer. When paint fails prematurely, the siding deteriorates and fails faster. If the siding fails, it often leads to structural dryrot and failure. Cost of siding and structural repairs are massive compared to painting. Failure to paint properly has dire consequences.     Read the article………..


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