Dale's News Report- Heres what I found with the Exterior Trim

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One thing that I do is to always be at the Inspection sight at less an hour, before I'm to meet my clients there.

 

 

Our subject for this part of the inspection of the home, is the Exterior Trim of the home.

 

First Time Home Buyers place accompany me, to take a walk around the home so I can show you what I've found going on with the exterior trim.

 

Failed Paint

Rotted trim

As you can see in the two above photos, the paint sure has failed and the trim has rotted.

 

The wood trim and the window frame on many of the windows is deteriorated and water damaged at multiple locations around the home. This is due to the paint has failed on all exterior trim of the home. Water damage and rot sure is and was visible in many areas of this home.

This deterioration will only worsen if its not corrected.

The exterior wood trim should be examined by a qualified contractor and repaired/replaced as needed prior to anyone repainting the exterior trim of the home.

This is one of the reasons why its so very important for home owners to keep up on the maintenance of their home.

 

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Howdy there Kent

I'm sure always real glad to have ya stop by to visit for a wee bit, and to read and reply to the comments that you take the time to leave on any one of the posts. Here at my little ole Blogging Homestead, my friend

Stucco sure can end up getten mighty ugly, as wood can also. If folks don't just take a little time to properly maintaine their home. I've just never understood why folks, spend 100,000 of dollars for a home. And then just set back and watch it turn to rot sometimes.

Will my friend, Didn't work any harder than I do any other day on AR. I just thought ya may need something to pass the time of day. LOL

I had not visited your bolg for a bit, some wanted to make it up to ya. Just like leaven a comment on your two new posts today.

I'll be checken in at your blog, every day for now on. My friend

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June 24, 2009 09:57 PM
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Howdy there Carl and Ceil

It sure is a pleasure to have Y'all stop by to sit and visit for a bit. And to it sure is alway a pleasure to read and reply back to the comments Y'all are so good to leave. On any one of the blog posts, here at my little ole Blogging Homestead, my friends

Carl- you sure are right none of that there rot just showed up over night. The owners of this here home even tryed to paint over the wood rot. To cover it up, I think in the hopes that folks would not notice it. It sure is going to cost a lot to replace all the exterior trim around this home.

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June 24, 2009 10:11 PM
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Dale,

I inspected a home today and saw similar areas of decay around windows and on trim.

June 24, 2009 11:53 PM
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Howdy there Steven

Sure is a pleasure to have you stop by to pay a visit and to read and reply back to your comment on this here posts about the exterior trim of a home. Here at my little ole Blogging Homestead, my friend

I do believe as Home Inspectors, we sure do get to see and find more wood rot, than we really should. During Home Inspections. And it sure is one the many thing we can find all over the Country. Thats for sure.

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