Since painting the outside of your home adds a quick face lift to your home, it also improves curb appeal, and adds value to your home. Furthermore, new paint prevents termite damage, and protects against harsh sun, water intrusion, and extreme change in temps. Also, new paint prevents mold and mildew damage, and extends the life of your siding. Another tip is that when repainting the outside of your home, the prep work will reveal any damaged siding that can be repaired prior to painting. So the process of painting the outside of your home has several steps. Hence, these steps include: clean all surfaces, fix cracks, caulk wood, and replace damaged siding. Finally, prime the surface to seal it, choose a paint color and finish, paint the home, and clean up.
Exterior PaintErin Chapman