A fresh coat of paint will certainly make the home look new and clean, but it will not help overcome the most common cause of discoloration: mildew.
Mildew is parasite fungus that often appears as a dark color, such as black, green or brown and is rather fuzzy as well. Its body can digest right through painted surfaces and destroys the integrity of the paint itself. Mildew can also cause the underlying wood to rot and even cause masonry to crumble. Continue Reading →