Exterior Caulking and Painting

The exterior color scheme was submitted and approved by the development’s design review committee prior to beginning construction of the house. The preparation for painting began the day after the siding installation was completed. All windows are covered with plastic to protect from overspray and all joints between the fascia, soffit, trim and siding are caulked.

Caulking of all joints between the fascia and the soffit, and the soffit and the siding. View looking up at the gable overhang.

Caulking at joints between the fascia and the soffit, and the corner trim and the siding. View looking up at the gable overhang and eave overhang.

Caulking at joints between the fascia and the soffit, and the soffit and the siding. View looking up at the gable and eave overhang on the North side of the house.

Windows are covered with plastic and primer has been applied. View from the East.

Close up of the Living Room windows after primer has been applied. View from the East.

The finish coat of paint is Benjamin Moore® Aura® low VOC (volatile organic compound) waterborne exterior paint.

Painter applying the finish coat of paint to the South side of the house. View from the Southwest.

Painter applying the finish coat of paint to the Garage door jamb. View from the Southwest.

Painters applying the finish coat of paint to the rear of the house. View from the Northeast.

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