Getting new siding is a big decision that many homeowners consider as a last resort. Replace siding too soon and you waste money, replace it too late and you’ll end up paying too much for unnecessary repairs. Here’s a quick guide made by our roofers to help you figure out the different signs that say you need new siding.[…] Read More
Whether you’re planning a wood window installation or a siding replacement, you might encounter some terms that are new to you. While contractors know what they’re talking about, such terms are not just for them. It’s easier for a homeowner to determine exactly what type of product they want if they understand the terms.[…] Read More
Materials matter when it comes to home improvement projects, especially in a siding replacement. After all, the longevity and overall performance of your new siding will depend on your choice. One siding material that remains popular today is vinyl–and its popularity is not unearned. Homecraft® Inc., one of the area’s leading roofers and siding contractors, shares some of the best features of vinyl siding.
If you’re planning to get a new siding this season, you should consider investing in a vinyl. This particular siding material used to have a bad rep, but technological advancements in the industry have turned it into something stronger and better. Still, there are still some common myths and misconceptions surrounding vinyl siding. Homecraft® Inc., the premier siding contractor in the area, debunks four of them here.[…] Read More
With all the siding materials available today, it can be difficult to choose which one is best for your home. Some of the most preferred options today are fiber cement and vinyl siding. Both are known for their appeal, versatility, durability and low-maintenance features.
Like gutters, vinyl siding also needs regular cleaning even if it’s a low-maintenance material. With proper care, this siding material should last long and remain beautiful for decades. However, when neglected, it can experience damage and debris buildup that can harm your home’s curb appeal.