I have the defective LP Innerseal product for both wall siding and the fascia board on my house. The LP had de-laminated and opened up mostly under the drip edge. I was resigned to have to replace the entire house siding with Hardi Plank, and was debating whether or not to use the pre-painted or the primed board. I thought I'd get one painting bid to see what the best option would be. Bill came out to look at the job and he asked if I had made up my mind on replacing the entire siding. He said he thought he could seal up the degraded areas, put on a good coat of paint, and possibly save the siding. He had similar experience with LP siding and felt that this was a good option for me. And it would cost a lot less money. Bill's crew hand-primed all the bad areas of the siding and fascia, several times in the worst areas, and sealed up all the degraded areas. His crew sprayed, back-rolled, and fogged the walls and fascia with a high quality lifetime paint. He and his crew were very professional, very courteous, asked a lot of questions to make sure they knew what I expected, kept us in the loop about everything they were doing, showed up promptly at 7:30 a.m. every day to begin work, and left the job completely clean and picked up. They also refinished my wooden front door which had faded over time from the sun and rain. The job is beautiful, and from what I can see, all the bad areas have been sealed and preserved. Of course, only time will tell but I am very happy with the results and would recommend Bill's Painting to friends and family.