Siding is your home’s most significant aesthetic appeal statement. Siding showcases your property’s style and, more importantly, protects your property’s structure.
In order to make the most out of your property investment, consider replacing aged or damaged siding which may reduce the value of your property. Older siding, as well as damaged siding, can lead to serious issues such as moisture penetration or burrowing pest damage. Also a problem with siding issues, you may notice an increase in energy costs due to lower insulating values or drafts created by siding problems.
A home is one of the biggest investments most families make in their lives. Protect that investment by choosing to update old or damaged siding with the newer, better-quality products available today. So, all that said, when do I need to replace the siding on my house? Here are a few tips:
- Cracked or loose siding
- Faded or peeling paint
- Rotted or warped siding
- Holes or damage
- Mold or mildew
- Swelling, interior water stains or bubbling paint
- Sudden increase in heating and cooling bills