While your siding is designed to be durable and long-lasting, it’s still not exempt from damage. And when your siding does sustain damage, you’re left with two options: you either have it repaired or replaced. But when does one solution make more sense than the other? A premier new construction expert, Thompson Roofing and Construction, shares what you need to know.[Read more…]
Siding keeps your home protected from the elements, provides insulation and boosts curb appeal. Replacing it at the right time can save you time, money and effort.[Read more…]
Siding is an important part of your home. It protects your indoor space from the elements, provides insulation and increases curb appeal. As a homeowner, knowing more about your siding can help you make better choices during your next siding replacement project.[Read more…]
Living beside a busy street or highway can be annoying and disruptive. The sounds outside can sometimes overwhelm your senses during certain parts of the day and affect your comfort. If you are wondering if certain home improvements could help address this issue, you might be pleased to know that a new siding could be a good investment in terms of noise reduction.[Read more…]
Your siding is designed to withstand a range of weather conditions. However, no siding is actually built to last forever. At some point, you’ll have to replace your siding to ensure that your home will remain protected against the elements.
In the United States, vinyl is by far the most popular choice of siding material–and for good reason. It is widely available, comes in different styles and colors, is relatively inexpensive and is easy to maintain. But for all its good qualities, vinyl isn’t completely indestructible. To help you keep your vinyl siding looking and functioning great, here are a few do’s and dont’s to follow.[Read more…]
When it comes to siding replacement, many homeowners choose only one siding material, whether it’s wood, vinyl or fiber cement. While that may be enough to define the character of the home’s exterior, using more than one material can take the curb appeal to a whole new level. If done right, combining two siding materials can add more visual interest to a home’s facade.