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What Type of Siding Should We Install on Our Home?

What Type of Siding Should We Install on Our Home?

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This past winter has been especially harsh and we have been discussing the toll that extreme temperatures can take on your home. When thermal shock occurs on a house, you might literally hear it protest by making loud cracking sounds!

 Read this article, ‘Why does my house make loud cracking sounds in very cold weather?’

Now that we are hopefully heading towards warmer days, it might be a good idea to take a close look at your home’s exterior and determine whether you need to do some upgrading to your home’s defense system, for the purpose of this article, our focus is your home’s siding.

 How do you know when to replace vs. repair your home’s siding?

Some factors to look for are sagging, cracking, blistering, buckling, dents, fading, missing pieces, evidence of insect infestation, rot and water stains.

 

Even though siding is outside your home, it has a direct effect on controlling your home’s interior temperature, as well as protecting you from the elements. As siding wears out, often the cost of maintenance can exceed that of replacement.

 

If your current siding has been compromised and you are looking to upgrade to a more efficient and greener solution, there are many choices to be made. How do you choose the right option for your home?

Know your siding options. Take a look at this link below:

Types of Home Siding Comparison
Types of Home Siding Comparison

 

Once you determine the type of siding product that is right for your home, get in touch with a siding contractor you can trust to discuss your options. Do your homework, pick a contractor that specializes in siding, is licensed and insured.

Use this ‘Your Ultimate Re-side Guide’ to help you through the process.

 

Ferris Home Improvements of Delaware was voted the #1 Siding Installation Company. The new energy-efficient siding products available now are not just good for the environment, they’re good for your wallet, keeping your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and designed to better protect your home from the elements.