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Exterior Painting Step 7: Brushing and Rolling the House

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John Burbidge, author of the book “Watching Paint Dry,” shows how to paint a house with a brush and roller and get pro results. Visit http://www.howtopaintah…

It is soon time to start thinking about

exterior painting

 House paintersof your house. Hopefully you haven’t left it let it go for a long time.

The longer you leave your existing paint job on your home the harder it will be to do the proper preparation priming and painting. If the homeowner does a constant yearly maintenance of their exterior painting the longer it will last and the less work involved when it comes to painting the entire house.

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charge by the effort involved. And of course the amount of paint used. If the home has been neglected for number of years you’ll be that much harder to bring it back up to top condition.

At the least the house should be washed every year to remove all the dirt and organic sediment that helps quicker deterioration of the paint job. Also doing a yearly maintenance make sure that all the windows are cocked properly and if not they can be touched up feeling any cracks or crevices with caulking to ensure that there is no leakage of water into the boards and into the window frame.

For further info please contact Vic, we serve, Mississauga Toronto and Oakville and Richmond Hill. Don’t hesitate to call 416-568-3547 for painting estimate.