A misconception that siding contractors hear from homeowners is that they are unable to complete siding replacement in winter. The quality of materials and equipment deteriorates in freezing temperatures. Also, the risk of injury is greater. Timberline Roofing & Contracting explains why you can do the siding job even in winter.
Less Worry About Landscaping
In winter, the installation crew has fewer worries about working around landscaping. In warmer months they have to take care not to flatten bushes or hedges around the outside of the home during the installation process.
Material Expansion and Contraction
Siding materials used during cold weather tends to expand as the temperatures rise. Expert contractors make allowances in their installation. Some raise the siding so that it can go behind the cover board instead of butting it to the trim. Others avoid using vinyl and metal sidings altogether. These practices allow for expansion and contraction as the weather changes.
Heat Remains inside Your Home
Replacement windows and siding replacement during the winter months can pay off fast. They keep heat inside and lower your energy bills. You get added insulation and the energy-saving properties of new siding. Get them from trusted contractors like Timberline Roofing & Contracting.
Convenient Installation Time
When companies aren’t as busy, they can schedule your siding project at a time that is most convenient for you. They may even get you a discount.
Increased Home Value and Curb Appeal
New siding also brings about long-term benefits. It will increase the total value of your home and its curb appeal. It’s one of the best ways to improve the appearance of your home’s exterior and make it look great for the holidays. Timberline Roofing & Contracting also helps with your siding or roof insurance claim.
Let Timberline Roofing & Contracting know how we can help you with your siding needs. Allow us to walk you through the process of siding work and your options for materials. We provide for the residents of Minneapolis, MN, and the rest of the upper Midwest area. Call us at (612) 284-5329.