Siding Replacement

Proper maintenance and care can definitely help your siding last longer. Occasional pressure washing and routine upkeep such as inspections and repairs can undoubtedly keep your siding in a good condition for a number of years. Sadly, there are factors that are beyond your control that may impact the condition of your siding negatively. Years and years of harsh weather conditions, deteriorating agents, and pest infestations can cause you siding to break down. Sometimes, time can also be a contributing factor for when you need to have your siding replaced. Nevertheless, there are times that your siding may require siding replacement or a new installation.

But when exactly should you have your siding replaced?

Oftentimes, a lot of homeowners stay completely in denial when it comes to siding replacement – or any equipment replacement, to be completely honest. While most of us prefer keeping our old and pre-existing siding until the very end, there are telltale signs that you should have it replaced for your own safety and for your family’s.

Easy enough, a sign that your siding definitely needs replacing is when it starts to fade. Usually, people think that fading siding only needs restoring, but the truth is that the problem may be worse than that. Fading is usually an indicator that your siding has weakened. This condition typically surfaces due to overexposure to the sun and other harsh weather conditions. It’s better to have it replaced especially when your siding has considerably aged. If not replaced, it can serve as a gateway for other types of damages or worse problems.

Another indicator that your siding has to be replaced is warping. As you can see, most siding companies offer siding materials that are highly resistant to warping or chipping. The only time that a siding will warp is when it is closing in on the end of its life span. Usually, it is also a warning sign that the underlayer of your siding is rotting. Nevertheless, you should have it replaced soon.

Peeling paint and wallpaper is also a danger sign that there is something wrong with your siding. Oftentimes, this is a sign that your siding is severely damaged in a way that it has started to let moisture seep in through the siding system. Needless to say, your siding must be replaced immediately before molds take it as an invitation to infest your home.

If you have ignored all the signs indicated above and your house is starting to show signs of molding, there is no doubt that you have to call in your siding contractor for a siding replacement. It’s best to do it as soon as possible to prevent the mold from spreading throughout your house. This can lead to various air circulation problems in your residence that can ultimately get you and your family sick.

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Contact us for free inspection, estimate, and consultation. If your siding is showing signs mentioned above, it’s best to ask your siding contractor to check on it. It’s also wise to call in early even when there are merely noticeable signs surfacing. Who knows, you might even get your siding repaired only instead of a total replacement. The key is to have it checked and inspected earlier, so the condition of your siding does not get worse.

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