IS IT TIME TO REPLACE YOUR SIDING?
There are a few things to look for that indicate your siding is ready to be replaced
1. Chipping, pealing and cracking
Gaps in the exterior admits moister. It can seep underneath the outer layer. When water gains entry into the home, over time it can cause severe problems. If you find more than a few loose or cracked boards, it maybe time for siding replacement.
2. Blisters and bubbles
Bubbling under siding can also indicate trapped moister. This can happen when it's exposed to extreme heat or moister. Siding is supposed to prevent moister from entering your home. This is a good indication that your siding is no longer doing its job and needs to be replaced.
3. Mold or mildew on siding
If you find mold, mildew or fungus on your siding specifically near the seams, might be a sign that water is passing through and trapped inside the wall.
4. Extremely faded siding
Fading is a sign that the siding’s waterproofing has run its course. it's definitely a good time to consider upgrading your siding before more serious problems happen.
5. Higher energy bill
Aging siding doesn't insulated your home as effectively. Old or damaged siding can cause your heater and air conditioner to work harder to maintain the same temperature.
If you notice any of these signs, it might be time to replace your siding. If you’re unsure about whether or not your siding needs to be replaced, Vignale Construction is here to assess and recommend any repairs or replacement.
Whether you're thinking about replacing your siding for signs of damage or you're just ready to give your home a fresh new look, contact us today. We will help you decide the best siding for your home at a competitive price
Fiber Cement Lap-siding
Siding your home can add beauty and value while reducing maintenance needs
Fiber Cement Board & Batten
Add a slightly rustic look to your home that won't require a lot of maintenance to keep up its color and appearance
Fiber Cement Shakes
Traditional look of cedar shake without the maintenance hassle. Fiber cement is extremely low-maintenance and durable
Vinyl siding is durable, strong, impact resistant and maintenance free.
Vinyl Board & Batten
This product gives your house a unique and distinctive look. It is also available in a wide range of colors