Commercial & Residential Siding

Vinyl siding is durable, low-maintenance option that can even help to increase your home's energy efficiency.

What are the most common reasons to replace your siding?

Weather Damage

Intense weather conditions, such as hailstorms, high winds, or severe storms, can cause significant damage to vinyl siding. Hail impacts, wind-blown debris, or extreme temperature fluctuations may lead to cracks, dents, or warping, making replacement necessary.

Fading and Discoloration

Over time, exposure to sunlight can cause vinyl siding to fade or change color. This is a natural process, but if the fading becomes uneven or results in a patchy appearance, some homeowners choose to replace the siding for a more consistent and appealing look.

Cracking and Breakage

Extreme temperature changes, especially in regions with harsh winters, can cause vinyl siding to become brittle. This may result in cracking or breakage, compromising the siding's effectiveness in protecting your home.

Mold and Mildew Growth

In areas with high humidity or inadequate ventilation, vinyl siding may be susceptible to mold and mildew growth. While cleaning can often address this issue, severe cases may require replacement to prevent further damage and maintain the aesthetics of your home.

Impact Damage

Accidental impact, such as from a stray baseball or lawnmower, can cause localized damage to vinyl siding. While small dents or scratches may be repairable, more extensive damage might warrant siding replacement to ensure a seamless appearance.

Woodpecker or Pest Damage

Woodpeckers and other pests may cause damage to vinyl siding, particularly if they are attracted to insects behind the siding. In such cases, replacing the affected sections may be necessary to maintain the structural integrity of the siding.

Outdated or Incompatible Style

As design trends evolve, homeowners may choose to replace vinyl siding simply for aesthetic reasons. Updating the siding to a more contemporary style or color can enhance curb appeal and give the home a fresh, modern look.

Underlying Structural Issues

If there are underlying structural problems with the wall sheathing or insulation, it may impact the performance of the vinyl siding. In such cases, addressing the root cause of the issue and replacing the siding may be necessary to prevent further damage.

Home Renovations or Additions

If you are undertaking major renovations or adding an extension to your home, you may opt to replace the existing vinyl siding to ensure a cohesive and uniform appearance across the entire property.

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Siding Repair & Replacement

Regular inspections and maintenance can help identify issues with vinyl siding early on, potentially allowing for repairs rather than full replacement. If you notice any signs of damage or wear, it’s a good idea to consult with a siding professional to assess the condition of your siding and determine the best course of action.