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Siding installation is often the first step in exterior remodeling. Siding can be made of wood, vinyl, or aluminum and will cover the outside of your home. Your siding should be durable enough to withstand all kinds of weather, so it will stand up to the elements and keep your home looking good for many years.
The main purpose of siding is to protect your home from water damage, but it also adds aesthetic value to your house by making it more attractive. When choosing siding for your home, there are many factors to consider: durability, quality materials and workmanship, color scheme and finish options, cost-effectiveness over time (energy savings), ease of installation/maintenance, etc.
When choosing siding for your home, you should consider the type of material used: wood (cedar), aluminum or vinyl. Wood generally has a more natural look than aluminums or vinyl siding; however, it requires regular maintenance throughout its lifespan (approximately 20 years). Aluminum has been popular for decades because it’s lightweight and easy to install; however, some homeowners complain about rusting issues after a few years due to moisture entering cracks between panels through holes drilled during the installation process which causes corrosion from inside outwards causing holes to break open allowing water infiltration as well as corrosion from