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Master Stucco HC
15228 SE 176th Pl, Seattle, Washington 98058 City: Renton Tel: 425-681-6631
Stucco & Siding Seattle
Maintaining Stucco Siding
Stucco siding makes your home look beautiful and unique, but unfortunately the material is prone to woodpecker attacks.When a woodpecker attacks a stucco sided home, they leave major holes in the siding that will need to be repaired as soon as possible.If you do not repair it as soon as you notice the holes, the woodpeckers will set up a nest in your walls.You need to be proactive in protecting your home from woodpecker damage.
Because stucco siding is porous, tree sap and mold are two things that you need to make sure do not mar your siding.Drink spills and other liquids can stain your stucco siding so you should clean it as soon as possible.A high quality degreaser or bleach mixture work well to clean up spills before a stain can set it and it is a good idea to clean your stucco siding at least once or twice or year.Before you use the cleaner, test it in a small, hidden spot to make sure it is not going to harm the siding.
Metal Siding Maintenance - Seattle
Metal siding is a popular option for many homes and buildings today and the siding can rust if not properly taken care of.If you see rust forming on your metal siding you need to scrape the rut off, clean the siding, and then coat it with a sealant so that the rust will not come back or rust through the rest of the siding.Some metal siding is painted and if the paint starts to peel or chip, you need to address the situation right away.Scrape and repaint the siding in order to preserve it.You do not have to do all of the siding at one time.Just do what you need to in order to protect your siding if you budget cannot afford preventative care all around your house.
Wood Siding Maintenance
Depending on where you live will determine how often you need to treat the wood siding on your home.The average time span between treatments is usually four to six years.Places where the sun and snow go to extremes will see your wood siding needing to be treated more often and in temperate climates, less often.Before processing your wood siding you should pressure wash the house, including your windows, killing two birds with one stone.
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