How Can I Tell if My Current Siding Needs to Be Replaced?
Signs of siding that is beginning to go bad include things like fungus, separation at the seams, warping, and moisture appearing on the inside of your home. If you have vinyl or aluminum siding, individual planks may need to be replaced if they are severely dented or cracked.
How Long Does it Take to Have New Siding Installed?
The length of time your new siding will take to be installed depends largely on the size of your home and the type of siding you have. Vinyl siding can go up in about two days, while some types of wood siding can take as long as 2 weeks. Remember that it will also take time to remove the old siding, and replace the house wrap if necessary, and that if you are having wood siding installed, that this will need to be painted, which can add to the timeframe.
What’s the Best Siding for My Home?
The best siding for your home will be dictated by a number of things such as your neighborhood association, the type and age of your home, and what your neighbors have installed. It can also be affected by your maintenance needs and budget.
Does Siding Installation Affect the Interior of the Home?
Sometimes installing the new siding may cause things to rattle and shake indoors, which may shift some pictures on your walls. Otherwise, it should be fairly uninvasive.
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