As one of your home’s primary defenses against the weather and other elements, siding is meant to keep your family and assets safe and secure. But even with proper care and maintenance, it can only stay as effective as its expected lifespan. If you’re already noticing some of the signs that it needs to be replaced (i.e. faded colors, loose panels, dents and punctures, etc.), then an immediate replacement must be considered. If it needs to be replaced soon, there’s no better time than this spring!
Here’s how you’ll benefit from a spring siding replacement job:
Safer Working Conditions
Unless it’s an emergency, you shouldn’t get your siding replaced during the winter season because of the cold weather. Other winter elements like snow and ice can easily cause accidents during the replacement process and lead to additional costs and delays. Summer temperatures can also be too unbearable for the workers, affecting their productivity. On the other hand, spring temperatures are just right, which makes siding replacement or any other remodeling project safer and more efficient to complete.
Predictable Weather and Temperatures
Spring is the best time for any professional remodeling company to install new siding because the season’s temperatures can average around 50 degrees. It’s most ideal for a full siding installation since the weather is mostly predictable throughout the season. The temperatures also won’t affect the installation quality!
Winter can be unpredictable in how it affects your home. If your siding looks mostly intact, it may still have underlying damage from winter storms and other weather elements. To prevent further damage and costly repairs, you need to address your siding issues as soon as the weather becomes favorable. But if the damage may be too much for extensive repairs, a full siding replacement might be a more efficient option for your home.
When you need a trustworthy home improvement company, look no further than Up and Above Contractors, LLC. Call us today at (973) 300-0636, or you can also reach us online through our contact form. We serve homeowners living in Sussex, Morris and Warren counties, including the areas of Sparta, Andover, Hackettstown and Wantage, NJ.