How Does Your Siding Affect Home Interiors?

How Does Your Siding Affect Home Interiors?

Your siding material does far more than just make your property look beautiful. It also protects your home and improves its energy efficiency. 

Today, we discuss the contributions of your siding to your home’s interior.

Moisture Resistance

High-quality siding provides excellent moisture protection, especially during the strongest rainstorms. Water exposure is detrimental to your interior walls. Upon water infiltration, moisture will encourage mold to grow behind the material. The resulting rot that comes with mold growth will degrade the substrate and siding and compromise your home’s structural integrity and reduce indoor air quality.

Krech Exteriors uses James Hardie® fiber cement siding for our clients’ homes. Fiber cement siding is a durable siding material that does not warp, crack and rot. Furthermore, it won’t lose its finish for up to a decade. You can find a wide variety of colors and patterns for James Hardie siding, so you can find a design that best suits your home.

Improved Energy Efficiency

Siding can provide extra insulation for your home. Fiber cement siding, for example, can reduce the effects of outdoor temperatures on your home’s indoor temperature. As a result, you can have a comfortable living space that doesn’t require too much heating and cooling. By using this material, you can save on your monthly energy bills and have a long-lasting, durable home with exceptional curb appeal.

Make sure to consult a siding professional so you can guarantee you’re getting a siding system that’s built for your local climate. Its material must withstand the elements and the most common weather events in your area.

If you want to install James Hardie siding, work with Krech Exteriors. We guarantee superior workmanship and customer service. Call us today at (651) 688-6368, or fill out this contact form to schedule a free consultation.

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