Siding – Siding is a material applied to the walls of a house or other building meant to shed water, protect the walls from the effects of weather, insulate, and is a key in the aesthetics of the structure.
Wind and hail can damage most siding applications. Even brick can be damaged with a severe event. Unresolved siding damages can cause bigger problems down the road. Water damage, exposed layers, mold, and curb appeal are the main issues affecting home value and looks. Let us get your home back to the condition it was in prior to the storm. We will inspect your home at no charge. If there is damage, we’ll work with your insurance company to help restore your home. We’ll work with you during every aspect of the restoration and select from a wide range of siding options.
Get your home restored and pay nothing more than your insurance claim amount and deductible after work is completed to your satisfaction.
Siding – What to think about!
• Energy Efficiency –Check out the R-Value rating for energy savings as you review various types of installations and insulations.
• Water Resistance – You want to make sure you’re home stays water tight and at the same time water resistance can affect the life span of the product.
• Durability – Make sure the products can withstand the typical weather patterns for your area.
• Aesthetics – Curb appeal and improving your home’s value?
Common siding choices:
• Cultured stone – is a thin layer of simulated stone applied to a building. Manufactured Stone veneer is fabricated by pouring a lightweight concrete mix into rubber forms of different style and then painted with a coloring process which makes it resemble real stone. The stone veneer produced is then attached to walls with special mortars.
• Stucco siding – As a building material, stucco is a durable, attractive, and weather-resistant wall covering. It was traditionally used as both an interior and exterior finish applied in one or two thin layers directly over a solid surface. The finish coat usually contained an integral color and was typically textured for appearance. The traditional application of stucco and lath occurs in three coats — the scratch coat, the brown coat and the finish coat. The two base coats of plaster are either hand-applied or machine sprayed. The finish coat can be troweled smooth, hand-textured, floated to a sand finish or sprayed.