Why Is So Important To Replace My Siding?
A lot of people think we need to replace our siding only because of the appearance of our house, but it’s not that simple.
Siding is responsible for the proper ventilation of your house.
If your siding is old, all the activities you do that uses water, can lead to mold growth inside of our walls. Mold can produce radon, which is a toxic gas that can give you lung cancer.
Besides that, water retention can compromise the foundation of your property, making you spend thousands and thousands of dollars only because you didn’t replace or inspected your siding.
New Siding Improves Energy Efficiency
In addition to protecting your home from weather damage, upgrading your siding can also save you money on energy bills.
Many of the latest siding materials incorporate added insulation. When you ask to upgrade your siding, additional insulation can be added. Insulated siding is an added weatherproof layer between your home and the elements. That means less cost to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Increased Resale Value.
If you want to sell your home, you have to cover all your bases: Make it look beautiful to potential buyers, reduce the amount of work and repairs someone would have to do if they make an offer, and ensure that the property is structurally sound. Replacing your home’s siding recoups over 90% of its cost when it’s time to sell your home.