When replacing your siding, you can either tackle the entire exterior at once or do smaller sections one at a time. In today’s post, Quality One Roofing, a leading siding and metal roofing contractor, shares some guidance on which option is best.
When Sectional Replacements Are Okay
Sometimes, you need to call your local residential and commercial roofing and exterior remodeling company to repair a single damaged siding board. The damage may be caused by the impact of a falling branch or another solid object. These things happen rarely but they still happen. If the problems affect only one siding board, then it’s more practical to repair or replace that one board instead of redoing your whole exterior.
Energy Efficiency Improvements
Many homeowners choose to upgrade their siding as part of a whole-home energy efficiency improvement project. For this reason, it makes sense to replace the entire exterior cladding, instead of one section at a time. You can maximize the efficiency benefits of your new siding by finishing your whole house at once rather than in stages.
Avoiding Siding Problems
The performance of your siding boards depends on the quality of the installation. For this reason, it’s important to make sure you’re dealing with a professional and experienced siding contractor to ensure that your new siding is installed correctly, minimizing damage and other common issues caused by improper handling.
At Quality One Roofing Inc, we are your leading provider of siding installation, repair and maintenance services. Give us a call at Malvern: (610) 489-3057, Newtown: (215) 493-4550, Princeton: (609) 921-8868 or New Castle: (302) 656-1618. You can also fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate on siding replacements today.