Homes along the seashore are highly sought after due to their exclusivity and the beauty of their surroundings. However enjoyable the setting of living beside the ocean may be, the close proximity of your home to the sea water offers some challenges.
Chewing gum can be a nightmare to remove from hard surfaces such as parking lots and sidewalks. Left alone, chewing gum eventually turns into an unpleasant-looking black smudge that soaks into the tiny pores of the concrete to stay.
Because of its texture, stucco is one of the most difficult surfaces to remove graffiti from. Luckily for those with stucco siding, it is possible to remove – but it can take some considerable time and effort to come completely clean.
In all of North America, there are city-specific guidelines for painting parking lot lines. These regulations do depend on each individual city, but there are a number of guidelines that are consistent throughout North America.
Cedar is an excellent choice for siding especially when looking at options in appearance, ease of maintenance, and longevity. Because cedar contains natural oils and acids, it protects itself from insects and the weather.
Stucco can be a great alternative to standard siding, brick, or stone walls. Unfortunately the textured surface of the stucco tends to accumulate dust and dirt, turning a once-beautiful and clean wall into a mess of dirt streaks and mildew growth.