In addition to playing a critical role in your home’s aesthetic appeal, your siding also protects it from the elements. Together with the roofing and gutter systems, this important exterior component helps keep excess moisture out, safeguarding your interior from potential damage.read more
Flying debris carried by strong winds during a severe storm can wreak havoc on your home’s exterior. Aside from shattered window glass and torn roof shingles, punctures and dents may also become apparent on your siding. Given how it plays an integral role in your home’s curb appeal, you must know what to do if it suffered storm damage.read more
House wraps are a cause for confusion for many homeowners looking to install new siding largely because most people don’t really know their purpose. Do they prevent moisture and mold growth? Are they there to minimize drafts and leaks? In today’s post, Kerch Exteriors tries to shed light on house wraps so you can determine whether or not you should get them for your home.read more
The purpose of your siding extends far beyond curb appeal. Yes, a beautiful exterior is pleasant to look at, and appeal is one of the most important functions of your siding, but it does have other more practical uses. Siding serves as the “skin” of your home, and it, along with your roofing system, is responsible for protecting your home against the elements.