Maintenance

How to Extend the Life of your Exterior

More years = less expense + less work

By Kurt Anderson
Published: January 20, 2011
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By definition, a stain is something that leaves a lasting mark on a surface. Unfortunately, when it comes to the stain on the exterior of your cabin, fading and peeling can occur within just a few short years. Since staining exterior siding is a time-consuming and expensive procedure, it makes sense to get the most of each application. Follow the tips below to extend the life of your stain and protect your cabin’s exterior for years to come.

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