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How to maintain a prefab wooden house
By: J. Roderick Young Custom Homes
Reapplication of varnish
The maintenance of a wooden house is very similar to that of a traditional brick house. From time to time it is necessary to reapply the varnish on the outside , as this is where the walls are more exposed to the sun and rain, just as in a traditional masonry construction, it would be necessary to paint the outside.
On the inside , wood has an advantage, as varnish resists scratches/dirt better than paint on drywall, it is much more difficult to soil or stain a wooden wall. This provides greater durability to the internal painting and avoids the need for frequent application of varnish.
Some prefabricated wood construction systems on the market require wood treatment from time to time, as well as other adjustments and repairs, often because they are materials with inferior quality, such as lighter or porous wood, which does not is our case.
Adjustment of doors and windows
This adjustment is common in any building that contains wooden doors and/or windows (including masonry constructions)
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