Research has it that there are more old homes than there are new homes in most parts of the US today. This clearly indicates that most often than not, most homeowners are in need of replacing their siding rather than initial installing it. For this, we ensure that you are well served to fully satisfy your siding objectives. Especially vinyl, worn out, damaged or faded siding really makes a house look so old. Simply replacing your siding brings a complete renewal to your home.
When you consider replacing your siding, it is important to note the fundamental things to consider for perfection. To begin with, you need to remove the old siding very carefully to protect your walls and to ensure that you do not need to repair it before installing the new siding. Once you have the old siding removed, make sure that you have enough siding of your choice to replace and all the necessary tools for proper installation. The efficiency of the installation avoids damage and wastage of the siding. It is important to ensure that the siding is pulled up while nailing and that you have the proper vinyl siding blade to avoid damage to the siding.
The most important benefit of the vinyl siding is its insulation ability. Being a poor conductor of heat, the vinyl siding is installed such that it leaves space between the actual wall and the siding, preventing free airflow through the wall. With the insulated vinyl siding, which is our most popular siding, you are able to insulate your home even more as the siding comes with an additional layer on the inside, specifically for insulation. With increased insulation as a result of the siding, your home becomes energy efficient as you now spend less on power for regulating temperature during extreme weather. Depending on your need, we will take you through the different siding options best for you and have a professional siding technician walk with you all the way, from inspection to completing the siding replacement.