New Siding Benefits
New siding gives your home a brand-new appearance. Siding also offers other great benefits for homeowners, depending upon the material you choose. If you’re in the market for new siding, contact Turner Roofing for a plethora of great choices.
New siding makes your home look modern and increases its market value. If a home’s siding looks faded, old, or dirty, most people will not show interest. Even if you keep your home’s exterior clean, siding will eventually show its age. Consider replacing siding within 10-15 years, depending on the type.
Modern siding comes in a variety of colors and styles you can match to almost any theme or décor. Pristine white siding, for example, gives a New England home a Currier & Ives, Christmas cottage feel. For residents of Florida or the Southwestern U.S., siding in tan, red, or sunset pink evokes warmth and the unique culture of where they live. At Turner Roofing, we offer several siding options, so contact us for help choosing the perfect one.
Many homeowners are environmentally conscious. New siding of all types helps keep your home environmentally friendly. Metal siding is highly durable and resistant to fire and weather damage, which decreases the chance your siding will end up in a landfill. Wood siding is also particularly “green,” especially engineered wood, because this siding type is made from recycled wood materials like sawdust and shavings. Vinyl siding is a third environmentally conscious choice. It’s highly flexible and provides great UV protection. This keeps your home’s temperature regulated and saves money on energy bills.
A Sound Investment
New siding is a sound home investment. Many people worry about the cost of new siding, but most types are very affordable. Some types of siding have higher upfront costs, but they save money in the long term. For instance, metal siding is expensive up front, but choosing metal siding saves homeowners significantly on installation and labor costs. Several siding types, such as metal, vinyl, and cement-fiber, are also low maintenance. This helps homeowners save money they would otherwise spend repairing cosmetic issues.
A Quick Way to Make Repairs
Investing in new siding could mean repairing hidden structural damage. Many interior problems, such as peeling wallpaper, chipped paint, or deteriorated flooring occur because old siding lets in moisture, or because siding is loose. When you purchase new siding, these problems may improve. To choose new siding or discuss repairs, contact Turner Roofing.