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Essential Preparations to Make Before a Siding Replacement

Man installing siding

New siding will significantly improve your home’s curb appeal and energy efficiency. Replacing your siding can dramatically change the look of your house. If you’re considering selling your home, this project can boost the marketability and value of your property.

Get tips on how to prepare for your siding replacement project from a leading siding and roofing contractor.

Hire the Right Installer

The success of your siding replacement largely depends on your contractor. When looking for an installer, do thorough research. Look for reviews and request for references. It would help to obtain at least three estimates from three different pros, so you’ll have an idea about the cost of your project. Moreover, only hire a contractor with valid license and insurance.

Do Your Research

Like with roof repair or replacement, knowing more about your project can help you discuss details better with your contractor. Researching will allow you to easily coordinate with your contractor with your project. You can go online and look for inspiration for siding design, colors and materials.

Keep Your Home Protected

Trim trees and branches near your home to prevent them from obstructing your contractor or causing damage to the siding. Any outdoor furniture, tools and equipment in your law must be kept out of the job site. Before the project starts, make sure to switch off the power to your outdoor lighting and keep light fixtures.

Inside your home, put down decor, artwork, photos, mirrors, and anything hanging on the wall. These things are at risk of falling down due to the vibrations generated by the construction. It’s the same for furniture pieces near the wall.

For quality siding replacement services, turn to VillWell Builders, LLC. If you also need an emergency roof repair or new windows, you can also count on us. Call us at (475) 271-1242 or fill out our contact form to get a free estimate.

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