Archive for the ‘Siding’ Category

Choose Your New Siding Wisely

October 26, 2011 in Siding

Replacing your siding is one of the most dramatic ways to improve the exterior curb appeal of your home. Not to mention that it helps maintain the structural integrity of your home through the years. This is a large project that can come... read full post →

Which Siding Brands Can Weather the Storm?

October 13, 2011 in Siding

While it may seem more fun—or worth it—to focus on a bathroom remodel or kitchen renovation, it’s just as important to keep up the quality and curb appeal of your home exterior. Decisions like installing new siding are... read full post →

What to Do if Your Vinyl Siding Starts Melting

September 20, 2011 in Siding

If you have vinyl siding on your home, you want to read this. Recent reports have shown the vinyl siding of residences melting. Actually melting. Warping and buckling from excessive sunlight. Take Lisa Forlenza’s home in Charlotte,... read full post →

Which are the Best Types of Siding for Extreme Weather?

August 16, 2011 in Siding

In the 1950’s, aluminum siding was sold by door-to-door salesmen who were often referred to as “tin men.” Sporting flashy clothes and driving fancy cars, the tin men descended upon the suburbs at dusk to greet blue collar workers... read full post →

How Long Before Your New Siding Installation Pays Off?

August 03, 2011 in Siding

Most homeowners recoup the costs of siding installation within 1 to 2.5 years. Not a bad tradeoff at all. Naturally, though, your payback period will depend on several factors, like the price you obtain on materials and labor, the... read full post →
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