Vinyl siding is durable, cost-effective, low-maintenance and comes in a wide variety of colors. Despite its advantages, a lot of homeowners are hesitant about installing vinyl siding because of several myths.
Installing a new siding in your home is a tricky yet worthy home improvement project to undertake. After all, homeowners have many things to consider when replacing their home’s siding, such as the contractor, the date of the replacement, their finances and even the material. In fact, according to experts, choosing a suitable siding material for your..
Like every siding product, vinyl siding needs to be maintained every now and then. That way, it can remain in good shape and aesthetically appealing at the same time. One way you can maintain your vinyl siding is by giving it a good cleaning every now and then and while it may seem like an intimidating task,..
Hiring a professional for your siding installation project is always the best way to go. And while you can trust the experts to carry out the job properly, it doesn’t hurt to learn how the process usually goes. For instance, before the actual installation of vinyl siding, there are a few steps that your contractor..
Whether you’re a new homeowner or an old one, choosing a new color for your siding can always become an overwhelming task. There are certain factors to think about, such as the consequences of going with one color over the other or if said color will even fit your home’s architecture. Thankfully, there’s a way..
Knowing which project to tackle first can save you a lot of time, effort, and money. As one of the most trusted roofers in the area, clients often ask us which home improvement project should take priority; the windows or the siding?
Vinyl siding made its debut during the late 1950s as an alternative for aluminum siding. Before, it was quick to crack, fade, and sag. Fortunately, today’s technology have turned vinyl siding into one of the most functional and in demand choice for homes.