Your home is your biggest investment. A fresh coat of paint every few years will keep it looking good and protect your siding, windows and trim. It’s not that hard to do it yourself if you know all the essential steps.
Walk around the perimeter of the house and look for damaged surfaces on wood, masonry, metal, siding or stucco. Use a putty knife to apply epoxy filler to cracks or holes. Once dry, lightly sand the repaired areas using a medium-grit sanding block.
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