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Siding Installation

When it comes to your home’s maintenance, exterior siding repairs are probably not at the top of your to-do list. But when you think about all of the wear and tear it encounters on a daily basis and its key role in protecting your home, it might be time to reconsider the lack of maintenance. Your home’s exterior siding is meant to be a protective layer from weather effects, that is water resistant, and provides insulation, all while adding curb appeal. Here are five signs to look for when determining if your home’s exterior siding needs to be replaced.

  • Mold & Mildew
  • Interior Peeling Paint
  • Damaged Seams
  • Rising Energy Costs
  • Bubbled Siding
Siding Installation

Variety of Siding

Your exterior siding has multiple purposes, be it enhancing the external looks, protecting the house from various weather conditions to improving insulation. Sidings come with several choices and materials. You just need to choose according to your taste and house color scheme. The range covers Insulated Vinyl, Hardie Plank, Cemplank (Nichia) and Vinyl. A siding not only remodel your house exteriors but also maximize its future sale value. We serve your unique needs that complement the look and every aspect of your rooms. But before moving forward, it is important to educate yourself on different siding types and materials that match your budget and complement your home.

Insulated Vinyl

Insulated Vinyl

Insulated vinyl siding is a traditional vinyl siding along with a lining of compact stiff foam insulation. The gaps behind the siding’s stepped contour are sealed making it stronger and protecting them against warping or any kind of movement. Additionally, it provides a few R-value or insulating features to the siding and makes room for maintaining a uniform temperature in every part of the house…

Vinyl

Vinyl

A vinyl siding is one of the most popular and commonly used sidings preferred by homeowners across the United States for both newly constructed or existing homes. It is a man-made product created mainly from polyvinyl chloride resin. It is a decorative and protective plastic exterior siding used for fixing on the outer side of the wall of a house. Multiple colour variations, texture variations, resilient, economical and attractive looks are some of its major attributes. It is used to sustain harsh weather conditions and does not absorb moisture…

Hardie Plank

Hardie Plank

Home siding is a vital factor in protecting your house against adverse weather conditions. It keeps your home unaffected from fluctuating climate situations by covering it with an insulating shield. Hardie plank lap siding is one of the best sidings that give your home a look that lasts a lifetime. It also comes in simulated cedar shingle planks and has multiple colors to choose from.

A Hardie plank installation means investing in a lifetime product with low maintenance. It is a blend of cement, salt and cellulose fiber, which produce a structurally robust and durable material coating…

Cemplank (Nichia)

Cemplank (Nichia)

Cemplank siding is an attractive and durable alternative to hard board and vinyl. Cemplank siding is a combination of sand, cement, cellulose wood fibers and water mixed into an amalgam of highly durable material. It has a long-life expectancy, which means your house will be sided only once in a lifetime. Similar to cedar siding, it can be fastened blind, and face-nailed by hand or by power-nailer. Cemplank products are painted to get fantastic performance and are considered as green products with zero hostile effect on the environment. It is available in a stunning range of colors and shapes that enhance the look of your home.

With several textures to pick from, Cemplank lap siding company offers maximum variety in design. Material which is used in its production is non-combustible; so, you get ultimate protection from fire…

Mold & Mildew

Mold & Mildew

If you are noticing white, grey or yellow growth on your home sidings particularly near the seams; it is mildew, fungus or mold. Here, you need to investigate this condition to take next course of action, whether to update your siding, insulate it or in some cases both. In such cases, it is not a serious sign of replacement but needs maintenance. If you do not take care of this condition at an early stage, it can lead to expensive siding replacement. Mildew and mold are not only an eyesore but also impacts your house resale value. Growth of mildew, mold and fungus may not alarm you at the beginning, but it is worth a deeper examination to eradicate it soon.


Interior Peeling Paint®

Peeling of the paint may not be instantly obvious to the homeowners, but wallpapers or paint peeling away from a wall can be an indication of a damaged siding. Faulty siding allows moisture to seep its way beneath the siding and eventually starts impairing interior walls of a house. When moisture seeps through the paint to the outer surface, it loses grip and starts peeling off. Peeling of the paint happens due to high humidity and excessive condensation or extreme dryness. If your paint is peeling off, then it requires attention because if it remains neglected, moisture can soak through the wall resulting in damaged interiors and also cause an unpleasant mess in a house.

Interior Peeling Paint

Damaged Seams

Damaged Seams

Rise and decline in temperatures, contracts and expands the siding of the house. One of the signs that your siding needs replacement or maintenance is damaged seams. Siding should be caulked at all vertical and butt joints. If the seam is caulked correctly, it looks seamless, if not then your siding can fail because overtime caulk can shrink, wear away or crack also. If you want to avoid this in the long run, you need professional help to do the caulking efficiently or replace that broken seam with a new one. If you notice that your seam is breaking apart, then it needs to be replaced because rain or moisture behind the siding panels can further harm materials inside the wall.


Rising Energy Costs®

Siding plays a vital role in insulation and energy costs of your home. If you are noticing a sudden escalation in cooling and heating bills, then your siding is highly responsible for it. If the cost of energy is higher compared to last year, then roof or attic insulation can also be the culprits. You need to inspect both attic and exterior sidings before bothering much, because it happens due to inadequate attic insulation or damaged outer sidings, so both should be examined. Unseen gaps in siding show themselves in the form of high electricity bills. Low-grade wall insulation along with underperforming siding majorly affects the cooling and heating costs in your house. To avoid amplifying energy cost, call professionals and get your insulation and siding checked.

Rising Energy Costs

Bubbled Siding

Bubbled Siding

If you notice bubble under your siding, it means that the water is trapped behind it, meaning it’s a red flag. Siding is done to keep moisture and other wear & tear away from the interior walls, but if water gets trapped in it, then it starts damaging your interiors ultimately. Bubbles in the siding is a certain sign that your home needs sidings replacement. This happens when your siding is exposed to an extreme amount of heat or moisture. Bubbled siding only looks embarrassing, but fails to protect your home from external conditions and impair interiors as well. You can replace affected areas by the help of skilled professionals so that they can identify the cause and take measures to avert it happening in the future.


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