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Peeling Paint and Swelling

Peeling paint in your Apartment Building? Wood swelling in your Condominium Building or Commercial Building? Don’t take these lightly. A small issue is often a sign of a major problem.

 

Things to Look For:

  • Siding issues or damage
  • Exterior or interior trim damage
  • Issues around windows, doors, deck
  • Interior water stains and swelling

Causes of Swelling and Peeling Paint In Buildings

  • Swelling siding, trim, window sills, or other wood and fiber cement elements is a sign that the wood is absorbing water somewhere.
  • Swelling near windows is an indication that the window is leaking.
  • Peeling paint is a sign that fiber cement or wood beneath the paint is saturated with water and causing the paint to separate from the surface.

Contact J2 Consultants, The Building Doctors, before these become devastating problems. Our building inspection and repair process will take all of the stress off you (and your building)

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SYMPTOM: Paint sloughing off cladding

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DAMAGE

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SYMPTOM: Paint peeling at window sill


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DAMAGE: Sheathing beneath window sill is deteriorated.


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SYMPTOM: Peeling paint and cracked sealant at window


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DAMAGE


SYMPTOM: Peeling paint and lack of flashing or sealant at base of wall


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DAMAGE


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SYMPTOM: Cracked and peeling paint

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DAMAGE
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SYMPTOM: Cracked and peeling paint
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DAMAGE