Winter is on the horizon, which means your roof and vinyl siding will soon be faced with several months of blistering cold temperatures, along with ice and snow. Today, A1 Siding & Roofing discusses the top challenges your siding faces in the winter.
Fiber cement is a low-maintenance material, making it one of the most popular siding installation choices. This is all due to the special curing process used in the manufacturing of the material, which makes it extremely moisture resistant and durable.
Summer can bring strong storms to your area that can cause damage to your home. In today’s post, A1 Siding and Roofing, a credentialed roofing and siding contractor, shares expert tips on boosting your home’s protection against bad weather.
Your vinyl siding has a major impact on your home’s curb appeal, which is one of the reasons warping is such a concern. In today’s post, we explain what causes vinyl siding to warp and how you can prevent this problem.
Each board of your siding contains caulk, nails and a painted finish to protect your interior drywall and insulation. Your siding needs to be in good condition to keep out moisture. Unfortunately, siding damage can be hard to spot.