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.
If you plan to spruce up your home this season, why not focus on its exterior? Given how the siding is a highly visible design element that elevates curb appeal, having an old and worn one just won’t do. You should turn to Krech Exteriors, the area’s premier siding company, for a prompt replacement. We offer a wide selection of lovely and high-quality HardieShingle® siding from top brand, James Hardie®. These include the:read more
Before you can choose which shake pattern, material or paint color to use on your siding replacement project, you first have to decide whether to hire a local siding contractor or go with a well-known national company.
LP® SmartSide® products feature the warmth and beauty of natural wood without the necessary maintenance. SmartSide trim and siding are available in 16-inch lengths, resulting in fewer seams on joints on your exterior. These products are more impact resistant than other materials like fiber cement and vinyl. They’re also lightweight, meaning they’re easy to install, and labor costs can be reduced.
Siding is essential for your home’s comfort and protection against harsh outdoor elements. However, it can be a challenge to choose the best material with all the options available on the market.
Choosing the right material, profile and color of your new siding is important if you want to increase your home’s curb appeal and value. You can even mix and match different siding profiles to keep things interesting. However, mixing and matching siding profiles should be done carefully. Here’s why.read more
Replacing your home’s siding improves curb appeal and ramps up protection against the elements. Though it’s something you can do all year round, there’s probably no better time to do it than during the fall. Here’s why.
You’ll need to update your home’s exterior from time to time to maintain its curb appeal. So, it helps to know the latest design trends.