Gaps and Holes
Whether spraying or rolling your home’s exterior, we always fill and caulk all the gaps we come across. These generally are present where the trim meets the siding, at the corners of the house, or around penetrations (such as a gas line entrance). Some larger gaps might require additional labor to close up, but caulking is generally a pretty standard step in the prepping process.
Holes are a little less common, sometimes caused by a tree limb or a pest like a raccoon or squirrel. We have seen holes in virtually every location you can think of on a home. Many homeowners don’t even realize there is a problem until a family of raccoons move into the attic. Trust us from personal experience… you don’t want that!