Protection, Quality and Energy Efficiency for a Home Makeover
As one of the most vital features of your home, siding plays a role in the efficiency, curb appeal and value of your property. If you are about to embark on a home siding installation project, deciding on which siding is the best for your property is a big decision. Making the right choice can improve the appearance and value of a property while also protecting it from the elements.
Homeowners should consult with a professional contractor to determine the best type of siding for their needs. And to make sure the job is done properly, you need a team of experienced professionals to deliver your replacement siding project. Keep in mind that a siding project will take 7 to 10 business days to complete.
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Over time, siding can become worn, faded, cracked or damaged due to exposure to weather, pests or other factors. When this happens, it is important to replace the siding to maintain the structural integrity and appearance of the building. We approach siding replacement using the following process:
Step 1 – Assess the condition of the existing siding
Assess the condition of the existing siding. This may involve removing a section of the siding to check for any underlying damage or rot. Once we determine the condition of the siding, we remove the old siding and repair any damaged or rotted areas.
Step 2 – Prepare the surface for the new siding
This may involve adding a moisture barrier or insulation to the walls to prevent water damage or improve energy efficiency. The type of preparation your home will need will depend on the type of siding we are installing and the condition of the existing walls.
Step 3 – Install the new siding
We then install the new siding, either by nailing or stapling it to the walls. The type of siding used will depend on the homeowner’s preference, budget and the climate of the area. Common types of siding include vinyl, fiber cement, wood and metal.
Step 4 – Add trim, shutters or accessories
After we complete the siding installation, we add any trim or accessories, such as shutters or window boxes, to complete the look of the building. The final step is to clean up the work area and dispose of any old materials.
When you make the decision to get an estimate, not only look at the price, but also get detailed information about the contractor providing the estimate, including insurance and licensing.