The Problem:Failure of paint to dry to a smooth finish, resulting in the appearance of unwanted brush and roller marks after the paint has dried. Read more to learn how to avoid this issue from the experts at JC Licht.
The Problem:This exterior issue is defined by premature and excessive fading or lightening of the paint color, and typically occurs on surfaces with southern or western exposures. Learn how to prevent this issue from the experts at JC Licht.
The Problem:The appearance of white crusty deposits (soluble salts) on the surface of concrete, brick, stucco, mortar and other masonry surfaces. Learn how to fix this problem from the experts at JC Licht
The Problem:A fungus (mold) that grows on exterior surfaces, as well as interior walls (bathrooms and basements) that are subjected to humidity and poorly ventilated. Learn how to prevent this issue from the paint experts at JC Licht.
The Problem:A common exterior paint issue that’s characterized by patterned cracking in the paint film resembling the hide of an alligator. It’s the result of the top coat not bonding and leveling to a smooth finish.