The siding is a vital part of any home as it not only increases your home’s aesthetic appeal but it also plays an important role in maintaining its energy efficiency. Therefore, it’s in your best interest to maintain it. Unfortunately, there are times when siding damage is unavoidable, such as during storms.
Here are the various kinds of damage your siding can sustain during storms.
Cracks are the kind of siding damage that can occur after hailstorms. Often, this damage runs parallel to your siding and can often be seen in half-circles at the mid-way between the valley and ridges of the siding panels.
Like cracks, holes in your siding can be caused by hailstones and flying debris. Unlike cracks, however, siding that has holes in it must be replaced immediately as holes will prevent the system from adequately protecting your home from the elements. Apart from that, your home’s energy efficiency could take a downward spiral as well, causing your bills to skyrocket.
To replace your damaged siding, don’t hesitate to turn to siding and roofing contractor D-Wing Construction.
If your siding has no inward flexibility to absorb direct hits, you may see chips on your home’s siding system. When you’re looking for this kind of damage, experts recommend that you look underneath the panel section.
Why Choose James Hardie® Siding
For any homeowner, siding damage can be a costly problem to rectify and as such, it’s understandable if you want to avoid it as much as possible. With that in mind, consider installing the HardieZone® siding by James Hardie. By installing the HardieZone siding, not only will you get an aesthetically pleasing siding but also a durable material that can resist rot and fire, allowing your home to remain protected for years to come.
Need a siding and roofing installation contractor to help you replace your siding? Look no further than D-Wing Construction, your leading experts when it comes to roofing and siding replacement services. Give us a call at (630) 688-5160 or fill out our contact form to schedule an estimate. We serve homeowners in Aurora, IL, and other nearby areas.