Congratulations! You got vinyl siding installation from All South Roofing, the experts in residential siding repair and replacement. We want to help you ensure the success of your vinyl siding. The best way to do that is to take care of it and make it last as long as possible.
Clean your vinyl siding
Of all the residential siding options on the market, vinyl is perhaps the most durable and easiest to maintain. After vinyl siding replacement, perhaps the most important thing you can do is keep it clean. If your home has shady, damp areas, your vinyl siding might become a haven for mildew and mold. Wash your vinyl siding at least once a year using a stiff-bristle brush or soft cloth and mild detergent.
Avoid damaging your siding
Vinyl siding is very durable, but it can be cracked and broken. Our advice it keep objects away from your home. Don’t park bicycles and lawnmowers too close to your house. Be careful when throwing balls in the yard that you don’t let them hit the house. If you have trees near the house, trim back the limbs so they do not scrape your siding. Heat from a grill can melt and warp siding, so give yourself plenty of room when grilling.
Inspect your siding
Even if you are careful, we know things still happen. Sometimes balls hit siding or a strong storm throws debris into your siding. Check your vinyl siding regularly for damage. Cracks, breaks and loose areas of siding can leave your home open to moisture damage.
If you follow these steps, your vinyl siding installation will last a very long time in pristine condition. We thank you for choosing the residential siding experts at All South Roofing.