Hail Damaged Siding
We replaced the hail-damaged siding after a hail storm. We also replace the roof, screens, and window glazing. No matter the size of the home, we will replace existing siding or install new. We do vinyl soffits with aluminum wood grain fascia. Even if you did not have hail damage to existing vinyl siding. And are looking for something to install on your home that is simple, low cost, and low maintenance. Could you consider using vinyl siding?
Many homeowners have wood siding on their homes, which continues to require maintenance, and even then, the wood will rot again. The wood that needs to be replaced regularly is often wood siding such as T1-11, installed in the 80s and 90s on many homes all over Brevard County, Florida. They usually rot as much as four feet up the sides of the house.
Solution To Replacing And Painting Wood Siding
You can install vinyl siding as it is surprisingly cost-effective. Our procedure is to remove the damaged wood siding around the house where necessary. Install plywood in place of rotted wood. Then, cover with a weather barrier such as Tyvec. Tyvec is for stopping moisture and air penetration. After thoroughly preparing the home exterior walls, we install the vinyl siding. We are giving the home a new and updated look.
Vinyl Siding Benefits
The advantages of vinyl siding are;
- Energy Savings
- Easy To Install
- Curb Appeal
- Low Maintenance
- Beautiful styles and colors
Additionally, with vinyl siding, an R-value material can be applied to the vinyl. Plus, it is cost-effective to install with minimal maintenance. Compared to painting every 3-5 years and being on ladders risking injury.
Don’t continue painting your wood siding year after year. Please consider siding for your installing vinyl. With today’s choice of colors and various styles, there is no reason not to believe in vinyl siding for your home. That’s why we install Georgia Pacific products; they are the best vinyl products.
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