Does your home still have its original vinyl siding? Vinyl siding was first introduced back in the 1950s and has become the most popular siding option in the U.S. It is affordable, requires little maintenance, and comes in a wide array of colors.
- Bubbles or holes – Bubbling may be an indicator of water intrusion. Holes on the other hand are a signal that insects have made their way through. Either problem is something that should be taken care of quickly to avoid further, more extensive damage.
- Paint and wallpaper are peeling away – If the paint and wallpaper on the inside of your home is peeling away, it might be that water is penetrating through your vinyl siding and causing damage to your home.
- Age – Vinyl typically has a life span of 20-40 years. If your vinyl is in this range or older, it may be a good idea to get it replaced or at least inspected.
- You want a fresh new look – If you are tired of your home’s current look, a change in your vinyl siding is a great way to make a huge impact on the look of your home.
These are just a few reasons to consider updating your vinyl siding. If you are considering replacing your vinyl siding, come to us at Carolina Roofing & Vinyl Siding, LLC. Our quality product will last for years to come. It will continue to look good as new, never needing to be painted or sealed. You can trust our team to install it efficiently and with expert craftsmanship, giving your house a facelift you’ll love for years to come. Call us today to learn more.