Many homes across our country might require siding repairs or siding substitutes during the life of a home, going hand in hand with exterior painting. This can be attributed to not keeping adequate paint protection on a regular basis, as many exterior siding substrates require. It is a good idea to inspect trim and siding of a home yearly, finding any unusual decline of paint تعمیر لباسشویی مشهد coatings, and siding underneath. Signs to look out for include any curling, cupping, or increased thickness. Sometimes in a man-made grp composite siding such as Masonite, nails buckling can appear to be counter-sunk, as too much air pressure was used with nail guns. This is really false. Nails having flat heads are not counter-sunk on new construction. As paint ages, and becoming flat in sheen, losing the elasticity, this protective coating allows moisture around exposed nail heads to penetrate siding. Thereby causing it to swell and expand like that of a cloth or sponge. Nail fasteners stay in place, appearing to sink in, but actually siding is swelling out, leaving a dimple or crater of nail head dimension. To correct sunken nail heads, do not fill with caulk, but exterior Spackle before painting.
This is a little more work involved, but well worth the effort. Reason for this product over the other is caulk has a shinny appearance even after many years. As exterior paint ages, coating becomes flat in sheen, and the caulk that was used many years before is still shinny. What is left is a polka-dot appearance. Using exterior Spackle on the other hand goes on flat, which ages fine with any exterior paint of any sheen. Most exterior paints used are satin or low sheen which flattens out over time, both leaving a uniform finish over a longer period. Filling nail heads before painting is important to any siding repair and painting job. Filling sunken divots seals out moisture before protective paint coating is applied, forever repairing siding. Filling divots with exterior Spackle also gives a smooth uniform finish to most siding restorations. A superior 45 year exterior caulk is important to siding repairs and exterior painting jobs. Wrapping up ends at all 90 degree attitudes, specifically at trim boards. However, where two siding boards meet, again exterior Spackle should be used for reasons mentioned above. Wrapping up out any moisture, painting with a high quality 100% Acrylic accommodating paint such as Sherwin-Williams, Benjamin Moore, Valspar, or Glidden offers will protect siding from outside elements that are extremely harsh to any siding substrate.