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When to Repaint Your Siding

Faded siding not only affects your curb appeal, but it can also compromise your siding. Maintain your home and prevent damage to the exterior with professional painting services. Here are some factors that may help you determine if it’s time to repaint your siding.

Types of Siding

Every siding material reacts to paint in different ways. Some siding materials, like aluminum, can last up to 15 years before it needs to be repainted. Others, like wood, should be stained or repainted every 3 to 5 years. Consult with a professional painter to determine the best time to apply a new coat of paint for your siding.

Very few siding options last longer than 10 years, so be sure you maintain your siding at least every 10 years. Of course, the quality and shade of the paint affect its lifespan as well. The quality of application can also reduce or extend the lifespan of your new coat of paint, so hiring the right company is key.

Benefits of New Paint

New paint provides a number of benefits, such as a stylish new look and feel, as well as adding real monetary value to your home. Restore your home’s curb appeal and create a vibrant property that complements your landscaping and neighborhood. New exterior paint is a cost-effective way to improve the value of your home, so it’s an excellent option if you’re considering selling or refinancing your home. Select a new color to refresh your home, or recoat your siding with the same color you fell in love with.

Find a Local Painting Company

If you’re looking for a coat of exterior paint that will highlight the quality of your home and last for the maximum lifetime, contact Color World Painting today. Receive an estimate and discuss your current siding and paint color with experienced painters in your area. Call (888) 324-0313 to find the best paint schedule to maintain your home’s exterior and curb appeal.