The front of our home has a Masonite type stucco board on it with cedar trim (tutor like look). The bottom of some of the Masonite- type boards are showing some rot. It looks like the paint is bubbling in certain areas but one has a chunk missing.
We had a quote to replace the one board and cedar trim ( and paint it for $1400) and replace the whole 2 story boards and cedar trim , an paint it for $3200). Is it look to replace it all at once or wait?
The other temp option I looked up was using some paste type hardening filler to fill a cut away section of the Masonite and paint. This might be a 3-4 temp fix.
thing is you don't want it to get bad enough to start being a problem with your houses sheathing,any moisture damage should be removed and the source of the problem should be rectified and repaired,not simply covered up