If you want to give your home a new look without having to paint it, you should consider vinyl siding installation. With multiple styles and colors, you can find the right vinyl residential siding to give your home a new look while increasing its value. When you get vinyl siding installation from All South Roofing, you eliminate peeling, rotting wood while improving your homes appearance and value. Here are four things to know about residential siding.
Find a skilled and experienced installer
If you want your siding to last a long time, make sure it is installed properly. Even the best vinyl siding will damage easily if it’s not installed correctly. Check online reviews and ask your neighbors for recommendations of experienced installers. All South only uses expert, trained technicians for vinyl siding installation.
Vinyl Siding has many benefits
Vinyl siding is easy to install, which means the installation process will be quick. Vinyl also will last a long time and withstand snowfall, heavy rain, and high winds. You don’t have to worry about sun exposure fading the color, and vinyl never has to be painted. Our residential siding is environmentally friendly and maintenance free.
Do you want horizontal or vertical?
Vinyl siding can be installed either way, so take some time to decide which works best for you. Horizontal siding is recommended for traditional houses, but vertical panels fit well with many contemporary designs. Horizontal lines make your home look longer, but shorter. Vertical lines, of course, can give your home a taller appearance, but not as elongated.
Vinyl comes in many colors
Residential siding used to come in two colors – beige or pastel. Modern technology is a marvelous thing, because now you can get vinyl siding installation in a variety of colors. The best part, of course, is that it will never lose its color. You will never have to paint!
If you are ready to give your home a new look that will last a very long time, contact All South Roofing, the roofing, siding, and window experts in the Aiken-Augusta area.