When installed properly, most siding options – including vinyl, aluminum and fiber cement – should last from 10 to 50 years. Quality siding helps protect a home’s exterior from potential damage caused by heat, cold, moisture, wind and fungal decay. It also can improve the overall curb appeal of your property. However, all types of siding will eventually break down or suffer damage. Here are some signs to help you determine whether siding replacement is necessary.
Disregarding any of these siding issues can lead to damage that costs thousands of dollars to repair. If you know your siding needs to be replaced, we invite you to consider the benefits of LP® SmartSide® engineered wood siding. All LP SmartSide products feature the innovative, four-step SmartGuard® manufacturing process for exceptional strength and resistance to fungal decay and termites.
Who says you’re limited to your home’s interior when it comes to letting your design personality shine? The power is yours to choose a siding option that ensures your home’s exterior reflects your aesthetic style.Continue Reading
If you’re a skilled Do-It-Yourselfer, you can install siding on your own without assistance from a contractor. You would need to carefully read and follow the manufacturer’s installation instructions, plus review and understand the terms of the siding warranty.
Not long ago, we used the term “Hail Zone” to describe those unfortunate places in mid-America that frequently experience devastating hail storms. But these house-battering storms are no longer confined to Oklahoma, Kansas and west Texas. In fact, they’ve occurred in all 50 states.
When it comes to home renovation projects, your budget can quickly go from manageable to astronomical. But how do you know where you should invest and where to save when doing a home improvement project? While investing in premium upgrades in your life is usually a fleeting experience, investing in certain areas of your home will allow your home to work better for you for longer.