6 signs to replace your current siding
A large problem seen in the Pacific Northwest is dry rot. The fungi that cause dry rot start below the siding’s surface, eventually eating away the body of your siding until only the top layer remains intact. Rotting can spread quickly to the entire home. This can be detected at an estimate by our professionals.
Exhausted from painting your homes exterior every few years? It’s very likely an indication that something is wrong with your siding if you are painting it this much to cover problems. Quality siding will maintain its shape and color for several years, let one of our representatives tell you about the benefits of ColorPlus®.
Very detectable with the naked eye. If the under layer feels soft or it has started to rot, you have found a definite indicator that you’re siding must be replaced.
While not immediately obvious, loose wallpaper and peeling paint can creep up over time and are both signs that your siding is faulty and worthy of an inspection. When you have faulty siding, moisture can seep underneath the outer layer, where it drains into your wallboards.
This is the number one sign that your siding is no longer being protected from the weather. Worried this will happen if your home is exposed to extreme conditions? We recommend looking in to ColorPlus® Technology because they its built with UV-resistance that resists fading while both Vinyl siding and paint fade in the sun.
Have you noticed a higher than usual electric bill every month? Unseen gaps or holes in siding, as well as weakened or old insulation, will show themselves in your energy bills. Save yourself some money and create a more controlled climate in your home with new siding.