Siding

Prolonging the Life of Your Home’s Siding  (Demo)

Siding material covers the outside of your house, protecting the interior and you from the elements outside. Taking steps to prolong the life of your home’s siding saves you money in the long run, and it also keeps your home more comfortable and secure.

Signs of Damaged Siding

One of the first signs of deteriorating siding on a house is the condition of the paint. When paint begins to flake, chip, and peel, the siding material beneath it becomes susceptible to rot and damage from sun, wind, and rain.

However, many different materials are used for siding, and peeling paint is not an issue with some materials. For example, vinyl siding is manufactured in different colors which do not need painting, although vinyl siding can still develop problems.

Nails or screws hold the siding material to the frame of the building, and the condition of these fasteners is often one

Choosing The Right Materials For Your Siding Installation Project. (Demo)

Siding Done Right!

When you decide to invest in siding for your home, you want it done right. You also want the assurance that it will last for decades to come. And that it will maintain its initial appearance it had when first purchased. When replacing the siding on your home, consider investing in wall cladding. It is highly moisture resistant.

Why would you want water resistant cladding?

When moisture makes contact with a water-resistant surface, it doesn’t alter the appearance. When it penetrates a porous substance, it can alter the materials. If this occurs, it will accelerate the aging process causing issues like warping. There are exterior cladding options made from water resistant materials. These materials demonstrate resilience even when exposed to moist conditions for prolonged periods of time.Raleigh Siding Installation

Siding Commonly Chosen For Water Resistance & Resilience

One of the most common types of siding materials is vinyl cladding. …