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Why Put New Sidings to Your House?

Updated on April 1, 2017
Houses with siding.
Houses with siding.


Your home siding may not be on the top of your to-do list right now. However, you should know that one of the largest investments you’ll make during your lifetime is your dream home. One way to protect and enhance your home’s value is by considering a new siding to make sure that it will be protected, well maintained and beautiful. You may be seeing the signs that you need to have a new siding but you are not just paying attention to it. A home siding gets old, it cracks, it wears out and it breaks. Your siding will eventually begin to leak, and when that that happens it may be too late.

Experiencing High or Spiking Heating and Cooling Bills

Old sidings can cause poor insulation. Exorbitant energy costs that exceed than the usual or those of your neighbors is a sign that your home exterior is lacking. Because this is one the most effective job of siding, decreasing your energy costs.

Having a Need for Frequent Repainting

Who will not get tired of it? If you notice that you are making it as (turning it into) a habit then your siding is actually (implying that) giving you a sign that you need a new one with a good and long-lasting color. There are a lot of sidings that can give you hundreds of colors, textures and patterns for your house to be more attractive. Goodbye faded and discolored siding!

Bubbling Starts to Happen

It can be an indicator that there is some trapped water inside the frame of your house. This can happen when the siding was exposed to extreme heat or moisture. If those bubble where not present when you installed your siding then they should not be there (at all). Think that it is really a sign that you need to have a new one. Let bubbles fly away from your sidings. Go and get a new one!

Seeing Cracked Sidings

If homeowners see that there is a crack on some of their siding they might think that they can just easily replace it but sometimes it can cause more serious problems because cracked siding is an invitation for the water to penetrate. If you see that there are several areas that are affected then do not think twice because it can be a major problem.

Appearance of Loose Siding

This can cause by a storm. Like cracking, if one or two siding is damaged then you can just replace but just to make sure if you think that you need to replace them all please do so for your home to be safer and also not to cause any other damage with the house.

Evident Rotting

If you have a spare time, why don’t you take a look with you siding and have a visual inspection. You can take sharp objects with you like a screwdriver to help in determining if there were damages under layer. Check specifically those rotting boards. If you see that your siding became soft then it is clearly a sign that you need a new one.

Buildup of Fungus or Mold

If you see that there will fungus or molds on some of the siding then investigate the other as well. This means that water is penetrating it and it can cause unwanted growth. This is not a major problem but it can be a sign that you need to check your sidings because you can just see one or two but underneath there will be a lot so you need to consider changing the whole siding.

Inevitable Nature’s Damage

After a heavy storm your siding can be damaged. It can have dents, holes and water inside it. It will be a good thing if you will check your sidings to make sure. Because, if there will be holes then insects can go inside it and create a larger damage. Water can soften it and make a real problem. You can still repair dents though but always check. You will never know.


There are a lot of reasons to consider why we need to have a new siding. Yes, homeowners can hire someone to repair it just do investigation properly. You can also change your whole siding especially if it’s seriously damage.

If you cannot do it on your own, then there are a lot of contractors who’s very much willing to help. You can consider siding contractors in Ann Arbor Michigan if you are looking for great workers.

As soon as you see that there is a problem, take action and do not let it get bigger. Siding plays an important role to your investment and to your family. A new is a better one. Having a good siding is not just a choice, it is a must for a beautiful, safer and better home


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    • rebelogilbert profile image

      Gilbert Arevalo 

      19 months ago from Hacienda Heights, California

      Good supportive back-up article to go along with your fist article, Evane. You went into the problems with more detail.


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