WE’RE ON YOUR SIDE WHEN IT COMES TO SIDING
Like your roof, siding – the material surrounding the exterior sides of a building – is a first line of defense against potential hazards caused by rain, snow, and seasonal climate changes. Siding is a protective barrier against the harsh outside elements. It’s also highly decorative and adds enormous curb-appeal to your property.
Siding for any home or building must be of superior quality and installed correctly. Afterall, your exterior walls are the first thing people see when approaching your property.
Vinyl siding is a very popular building material. It’s versatile and relatively inexpensive, and it can be installed over existing materials. This makes it a go-to for many property renovation projects.
Vinyl siding is low maintenance, so you never have to worry about repainting or staining your house. With vinyl siding, the only thing property homeowners need to do is wash it off once a year. Vinyl siding also deflects the harmful rays generated from the sun lowering energy bills in the summertime.
Looking for a natural and refined aesthetic to compliment your home? Wood siding is classic and durable. SPR finds it easy to cut and shape for wood siding installation. It can be installed quickly, reducing some of the labor costs for installation.
Almost all siding on the market attempts to imitate the look and feel of wood! Why settle for anything less than the real thing? Unlike some other siding materials, wood can easily be replaced if it were to become damaged. And, if you were looking for another good reason to “go green,” consider installing wood siding – it’s a renewal resource.
Fiber Cement Siding
A lot of thought goes into choosing the right siding for your property. Property owners want their new siding to be durable, low maintenance, and affordable. With fiber cement siding you can get all of those qualities. Fiber cement requires minimal upkeep and looks very similar to painted wooden clapboards. Like vinyl siding, cement fiber siding simply needs to be washed once a year to maintain its beauty and brilliance.
Siding isn’t quite as vulnerable to wind, rain, and hail as a roof, but storm damage can still pose problems. Moisture, pests, and vines, such as ivy, can make their way into cracks and damage most types of siding. If pests make their way into your home or building, infestation may cause costly repairs or fumigation. On the other hand, moisture intrusion can become a breeding ground for unwanted mold. It can also damage interior walls, manifesting as water spots. Contact the siding experts at Southern Premier Roofing the minute you detect problems you suspect are caused by the poor condition of you siding. We’ll immediately address the problem and stop further damage or infestation in its tracks.