In 2005 I had a raised wood frame of my house with as clothing outside a composite cladding "Canexel" and today I realize in several places that there is splinters paint jumps. I would like to have your opinion. Thank you in advance for your answer.
Many wooden claddings or wood look are covered with a paint, mostly acrylic. The workmanship of these factory applied paints is generally very good, but it also depends on the hue, the darker colors age faster, and especially the exposure. The south and west facades, the most exposed to sunlight, degrade more quickly.
For Canexel siding, the warranty is "25 years against delamination, separation and fragmentation, a 15-year limited warranty on finishing and a 5-year warranty, 100%, on labor and replacement ". You should not have a warranty problem.
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