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I have a building that I just purchased that was built in the 80's. It has been painted and I need to weatherize it. I can see cracks(small) or gaps in areas. Have it told that it needs to be caulked. Should I just cault the inside? Or do I need to do both inside and out? Worried about matching cault with painted walls. Outside is grey and inside walls are brown

Answer:

You need to caulk the exterior first. If there are any water leaks you want to make sure you have them stopped before you attempt to caulk the interior. There are several colors of caulk that you should be able to find a color to match pretty close. http://www.permachink.com/vmchk/energy-seal.html Call Dave at Timeless Wood Care Products (800-564-2987)for more help and the products that you will need. If you are looking for help doing it call Mike at 866-670-3020.

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