Some of our more frequently asked questions.
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When a house’s siding starts to crack, loosen, break apart or split, it should be replaced before the exterior becomes too uninsulated and open to the elements, resulting in higher cooling and heating bills. The life expectancy of your siding also has a limit, so when it starts to fade or warp, be prepared to replace it.
Siding bubbles can only be fixed by replacing the siding. When choosing a replacement siding, consider the water resistance of the material to prevent future issues.
Additionally, improperly functioning windows that let in drafts or moisture can cause you to have high energy bills, therefore it is paramount to replace them to keep your heating and cooling costs down.