Webster Siding Contractors
Prompt, Quality Siding Replacement & Repair
We help homeowners near Webster, MA enjoy the best home improvement experience they’ve ever had by delivering prompt, quality, and honest siding services.
Frequently Asked Questions About Siding Replacement and Siding Repair
What is the most durable siding?
James Hardie siding is the most durable. It’s composed of cement, sand, and fibers. This product is made to be warp and impact resistant as well as inflammable. It is much more durable and sturdier than the typical vinyl siding. It also has a 30-year warranty but can easily outlast that warranty if it is painted and maintained. CertainTeed Monogram vinyl siding is a great, more affordable alternative and has the same qualities of weather-resistance, strength, and durability.
What is the cheapest way to side a house?
Using vinyl siding is the cheapest way to side your house. It is not only the cheapest to install, but also the easiest. Vinyl siding is easy to cut and does not require any paint once it is installed. Since it is so easy to install, the installation process is also the cheapest compared to the installation process of other types of siding.
What color siding has the best resale value?
In today’s market, most buyers are more drawn to lighter tones, shades, and color palettes. Any neutral colored siding will have the best resale value since it appeals to a wider range of buyers in the market. The most popular siding colors at the present are white, gray, and blue.
What type of siding is most energy efficient?
The most energy efficient type of siding is insulated vinyl siding. Vinyl siding is thermally resistant even without foam insulation siding. Thus, when paired, insulated vinyl siding acts like a blanket around your home keeping the warmth in and ultimately decreasing your energy bills.
Does vinyl siding add value to your home?
Yes. Since vinyl siding is basically maintenance-free, never needs a coat of paint, is energy efficient, and is prefered by the largest group of buyers in the market, it can add a great amount of value to your home.
Is insulated siding worth it?
Yes, insulated siding is definitely worth it. It makes your home much more energy efficient and can be relatively cheap to purchase and install. Since you’re not going to replace your siding very often, insulating it when you do can make a big difference in the value of your home and in your energy bills.
What color siding is the most popular on a house?
White is the age-old favorite when it comes to siding. However, many neutral colors and lighter palettes are very popular too at the present. Shades of gray, blue, and green are next in line after white. These colors appeal to the widest range of homeowners as well as most buyers.
How long does vinyl siding last on a house?
Vinyl siding can last over 40 years if maintained well. It may be damaged and need to be replaced sooner than that depending on a few factors such as heavy weather, too much sunlight, high pest activity, and poor installation. You can prolong how long it lasts by adding a layer of paint for protection from sunlight, weather, and bugs, making sure that it is properly installed, and maintaining the walls and areas surrounding it. Vinyl siding also comes with some type of warranty that ranges from a few years to a lifetime, which ensures that the siding will stay intact and keep its color if a new color has not been added after the manufacturing process.