Painting a home takes time and money and sometimes it takes more time and money if there are extensive damages, So how long can you go be for you next Exterior repaint? this depends on your location what primers that are used and what type of paints are used and the number of coats that are applied. In Some cases the lack of prep work causes more harm to your home then benefit, meaning that you will need more work sooner to correct the issues that poor craftsmanship will bring. If you use top shelf paints from Dunn Edwards or Sherwin Williams then some of their paints have a seven to a ten year warranty. If you use proper primers, paints in the correct finish and use correct application methods then some of those products offer a limited lifetime warranty. Typically standard repaints from Burke Painting still look better then other house painted in the neighborhood that were painted around the same time and you can see a big difference as the years go on. If you go with the Burke painting difference the stucco and eaves can last longer than ten years when you go with our water sealing primers and explore our premium products. As for the fascia boards and any stained or painted wood that is directly being hit by the elements it is recommended to have one coat applied every two years as maintenance work. Having maintenance work done will save you the cost of repair and replacement down the road at one third the cost of waiting for the wood to crack, peel, or worse split the wood.