Time for New Siding? Use a Siding Contractor You Can Trust
Now is a great time to tackle those outdoor home projects; get the work done before winter hits with those colder temperatures! Whether you want to knock out some landscaping to create a peaceful backyard haven or want to up the ante on your home’s curb appeal, get the ball rolling today.
Popular exterior projects for the warmer months include new siding, deck installation, outdoor kitchens, landscaping, and new windows.
Protect your curb appeal—and your home
Cracked, broken, and missing siding can have a negative impact on your home’s curb appeal; let’s face it, it just doesn’t look great. Aesthetics aside, there are also issues that can end up costing you a lot of money. Delaying the replacement of damaged or missing siding can result in the following:
- Water Damage: If your siding is cracked or missing, water can start coming through the gap and seeping into your home’s walls.
- Peeling Paint/Loose Wallpaper: This will begin to happen when damaged or missing siding allows moisture to penetrate the wallboard, eventually affecting the interior walls.
- Higher Energy Bills: If you notice your heating or cooling bills are starting to climb uncharacteristically high, it could be a sign of faulty siding and insulation.
- Fungus, Mold, and Mildew: The growth of fungus, mold, or mildew around the seams of your siding panels could indicate that water is penetrating the siding, and developing unwanted growths that could cause structural damage to your property.
If your current siding is nearing the end of its shelf life, or you have started noticing some of the points mentioned above, take advantage of fall’s warm temperatures and get new siding installed.