Siding helps to protect the interior of your home from the elements outdoors. Home siding is also the first thing that many people notice about a home! So, it’s a good idea to make sure that your house siding is in good condition.
We get a lot of questions about siding, so we noted a few of them that we could answer for your convenience. Here are some frequently asked questions and our answers to them:
How do I know when my home needs a siding replacement?
There are multiple things to look for when it comes to signs for when to replace your home’s siding. Some include fungus growth, seam separation, failing caulking, swelling, siding no longer laying flat against the surface, worn surface, seeing moisture and mold on walls inside the home.
Do you do home siding repair?
Yes! If you believe your house needs a siding replacement, we can come out to your home, determine what needs to be done, and give you a free siding repair estimate.
What type of siding should I be looking for?
The best type of siding for your home depends on different factors, such as the style of your home, whether you need insulated siding or not, and your budget. For help determining which siding option is best for your home, you can set up a free consultation.
Can siding replacement be done in the winter?
Winter is a great time to replace siding; we just do things a little differently. Winter siding replacements require us to remove siding in smaller patches and re-side those areas before moving onto the next to ensure your home isn’t exposed to the elements for too long.
Will our landscaping be okay during siding replacement?
The team at Aspen is always careful to avoid any damage to your home, that includes your landscaping as well! But no matter how careful our installers are, accidents can happen, which is why we recommend moving potted plants and tying back plants surrounding the home to avoid such accidents and make our job easier and quicker.
Will the interior of my home be affected?
You may notice some noise and rattling from hammering. We suggest removing any fragile hanging items from interior walls to prevent anything from falling during the process.
How much does a new siding cost?