It is easy for homeowners overlook the benefits upgrading a home’s siding. Quality siding can make a home look better, feel more comfortable and save you money. Here are just some of the benefits of replacing your siding:
New siding can greatly enhance the curb appeal of a house. Many homeowners will notice their siding has acquired years of dents, scars and gouges. Furthermore, old siding will often be faded from years of direct sunlight. New siding will make the whole exterior look new again, giving the house a warmer, brighter feel. Thanks to recent innovations, today’s siding will not only look great but it will last longer, resisting the wear and fading common in older siding.
Modern siding won’t fade, and it will resist dings and blemishes. This means your new siding will less frequent painting and repair. Vinyl siding simply needs an occasional cleaning to stay looking great. This saves home owners time and money.
Advances in siding mean that an upgrade can greatly improve your energy cost. Insulated siding keeps your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. There are many new choices in home siding styles, but a specialist can help find the right match for any home.
Considering the improved appearance, maintenance cost, and efficiency, it is little wonder that a siding upgrade will greatly improve the value of your home. The National Association of Realtors estimates that a siding upgrade will bring you an 80-percent return on your investment.
There is now a wider selection than ever. This includes engineered stone veneer, vinyl faux cedar siding, cement board, natural cedar, insulated and non-insulated siding. With all this to choose from, it is easier than ever to find the perfect match for any house.
With all these choices it pays to have an expert help you find the right upgrade for your home. The professionals at Apex Exteriors are the Northbrook and Naperville areas’ siding leaders. Call us at (847) 961-4601 to see if it is time to upgrade.
Last Updated on February 23, 2018 by ApexRoofingServices