Introduction

Replacing your home siding can give your home an entirely new look. You can also use this chance to repair and change the home’s insulation and energy efficiency. This blog post will discuss what to expect while replacing your home siding. It will also give you some tips on how to make this process smooth and stress-free.

How to Prepare for the Siding Project

The siding project will start with a professional assessment to determine what needs to be done. They can give you a number of options. You can choose among these options or give them some of your own. After due consideration, they will provide you with a cost estimate, the types of materials you need, and the project’s completion timeline. If you are agreeable to this, the project can go ahead.

The 4 Steps in the Siding Process

The actual siding process will involve the following four steps.

Removal

This step involves removing the existing siding and underlying materials, such as insulation. The existing siding will be removed using specialty tools. The removal can take from a few hours to several days. It may even be necessary to remove entire sections of the wall if they are damaged beyond repair.

Inspection

The siding team will inspect what was under the old siding for any damage or other problems that need to be addressed. They will also check to see if the insulation is still in good condition and whether it needs to be replaced. In addition, they will examine the framing of your home to make sure there is no structural damage that needs to be repaired.

Repair

The siding team will inspect what was under the old siding for any damage or other problems that need to be addressed. They will also check to see if the insulation is still in good condition and whether it needs to be replaced. They will examine the framing of your home to make sure there is no structural damage that needs to be repaired.

Installation

Once the repair work is completed, the team will begin installing the new siding. This process involves placing the new siding over the existing wall surface and attaching it with nails or screws. The team will then caulk and seal any gaps or seams to protect your home from outside elements. They may also apply a weatherproof coating to protect your siding further.

Conclusion

Replacing a home sliding is a big job requiring the hiring of professionals. You should consider hiring our expert team at J&J Home Improvement if you want it well done. We are well experienced in siding, roofing, and home improvement services. We are licensed contractors who believe in customer satisfaction and meticulous attention to detail. Contact us today to get an assessment and quote for your siding project! Give us a call today or fill out our online contact form