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Girl528

09:42AM | 01/11/18
Member Since: 01/10/18
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I posted twice earlier about an exterior paint job. No one has responded. I am new at this and maybe I am doing this wrong. I need advice on asking the contractor to fix the peeling issues, "chaulking", wood damage, paint on shingles. They are coming next week hopefully. I want to ask them to power wash again because I think the paint will come off more then and I would like them to fix the wood damage along with getting the paint off my shingles. This was a $6000.00 paint job. Used Sherwin Williams Emerald. Really need advice. Thanks.

BV015487

09:01AM | 01/14/18
First of all old shingles are tough. We battled them for years and nothing we did would make paint stick. Finally we went to vinyl siding and it was THE BEST decision we ever made. Back to your problem and I'm not sure what you need help with. If you think the guy did a bad job, point out the places you have issues and ask for an appropriate repair. That's where you will find out if you hired the right guy for the job...does he stand behind his work or doesn't he. Good Luck.
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