Moving into spring means you’ll probably be getting back outside to work around your home or yard. It’s the perfect time to tackle those home improvement projects that have stacked up all winter. How does your home exterior look? If your siding has seen better days, springtime is a great time to replace it. Here are some reasons why investing in new siding is worth it.
#1: It improves curb appeal.
One of the first things people notice when they arrive at home is what it looks like from the outside. If your exterior siding is worn, warped, or missing pieces, it’s time to replace it. Quality fiber cement siding is incredibly durable and won’t swell, rot, or warp when it’s exposed to heat, humidity, or water. In addition, this siding works well with a variety of home styles. It uses ColorPlus® technology, which is uses a baked-on pre-finish that won’t fade or fade from ultraviolet rays.
#2: It will last for decades.
Did you know that replacing your siding with fiber cement siding means it will last up to 50 years? It is resistant to all types of wear, insects, and weather, and it is also fire-resistant.
#3: It helps improve energy efficiency.
New siding is not just a cosmetic improvement. It also helps keep your home protected from the variety of Pacific Northwest weather we have. When you have your home’s siding replaced, it’s also a great time to assess your insulation and add more. This will help even more with energy efficiency, helping reduce utility bills.
Our experienced team of professional installers at Lifetime Windows & Doors are factory-trained and ready to help install your new siding. We know that your home is one of your most prized possessions. Your project is unique, and we will treat it that way. We’ll remove your old siding and debris and when everything is complete, you’ll have a new home exterior that shines. Ready to talk about getting your siding project complete? Contact our team today for a free in-home estimate.
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