A past customer, Michael, called us to get the exterior of his office building painted.
When we visited him for the estimate, we walked around and noticed that there were a few things that we considered appropriate to discuss, including the garage door. It had some deterioration, mainly caused by the cold weather over the years. Michael was considering replacing the door after I asked if he had something in mind to address this issue. That's when we gave him the idea to fix it. We installed plywood over each square, then sealed and primed it before painting.
Another issue we found was damage to the wood siding on one side of the building. We suggested replacing that piece of siding, so we did. We took the measurements and did some research to find a matching piece of the siding. It was replaced, primed and painted.
As usual, we prepared the surfaces before painting. Peeling paint was scraped, silicone/caulk was applied around the window trims and doors, wood filler was used to patch minor imperfections, primer was applied where needed, and we finished with a fresh coat of paint.