1) bottom edges primed
2) nails and corner trim sealed
3) furniture is covered!
why prep is so important:
years ago we started to notice that certain areas of the paint would fail sooner than others so we went back to the basics and refined our prep processes to ensure the longevity of our painting projects.
we scrape and seal the bottom three siding boards around all ground level areas as well as the roof line with the main reason being that this is where snow sits in the winter, we proactively added this step to our prep process to give extra protection to those areas and save boards from needing to be replaced before their time.
we added the caulking of all appropriate nail heads, seams, cracks, and 360° on windows no matter what, even if they seem to be in ok condition, to ensure they are protected from moisture that could potentially get in and not only start to break down the paint but also the substructure itself. this process is almost unheard of in the industry but we feel it is one of the most important steps.
lastly, we treat your home as if it is our own and always protect your furniture, plants, and personal items.
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