There are certain things to keep an eye out for.

When was the last time you had your house painted?

In the United States, the average time between paint jobs is seven years. Depending on your climate, this period tends to be true. The faster the coating deteriorates, the more sun exposure your home receives. And because of the salt in the air, the coating will erode more quickly if you live near the seaside.

Is your home looking a little worn out?

The film thickness will have degraded in most scenarios after the coating has faded. When this happens, the color will begin to peel or fade quickly. Unfortunately, this condition also renders it vulnerable to additional impurities such as rust or mold, depending on the surface material.

Is there any paint that has started to peel?

The material is no longer protected once the paint begins to flake. Depending on the substrate, wood rot or rust is inevitable. And aside from the evident roughness in appearance, the substrate will quickly degrade.