Replacing your old siding can beautify your home, improve its protection against weather and make your interior more comfortable. You can also enjoy energy savings from your new siding, depending on the material you choose.
Find out how this project can increase your home’s energy efficiency in today’s post from A1 Siding & Roofing, a top local siding and roofing contractor.
Siding and Energy Efficiency
R-value is a measurement of an insulation material’s ability to resist heat flow. The higher the R-value of a material, the better its thermal performance. It’s important to note that thicker materials don’t always have a higher R-value.
Experts recommend choosing siding with an R-value of at least 13. Materials with higher values, such as R-15 and R-18, can make your home even more energy-efficient. To ensure the energy efficiency of your home, make sure to hire a reputable contractor for your siding replacement. At A1 Siding & Roofing, we don’t only excel in residential roofing but also siding installation.
Make Your Home More Energy Efficient
When installed properly, you can enjoy significant energy savings from your new siding. Worn or damaged siding can create gaps in your home’s insulative wall, resulting in energy loss. Vinyl siding is a cost-effective siding option that can reduce your heating and cooling costs. It’s available in a wide selection of colors, textures and profiles to complement any home. Vinyl siding is also very durable and low maintenance–just clean it once a year and you should be good to go.
At A1 Siding & Roofing, we have been providing quality siding replacement services for more than 40 years. You can also count on us for your residential and commercial roofing needs. Call us at (603) 627-7339 or fill out our contact form to get a free estimate. We serve clients in Manchester, NH.