Renovating the exterior of your home will boost its curb
appeal and resale value. Landscaping, maintaining the roof, and restoring
your driveway should all be priorities for owners. Another area to look out for
will be your siding. It’s a good idea to replace the siding panels every 10 to
15 years. However, you will get the best results by waiting until the best time
of year to do so.
Why Do You Need Your Siding Replaced?
Exposure to the sun over a long period of time is not good
for your siding. This is exactly the kind of pressure that will cause it to
slowly but surely deteriorate. The sun possesses the power of intense heat that
will cause the siding to expand. This will gradually bend it out of shape. This
can lead to stretching that will cause serious eyesore and heat loss issues by
the time winter arrives.
Autumn Is the Best Time to Replace Your Siding
The spring and summer seasons are usually prone to a much
higher level of thunderstorms. Trying to replace your siding during this time
can lead to the growth of mildew, black mold, and other hazards. It can also
cost a great deal more to try to handle this job during other seasons during
fall. This will be due to the excess heat or cold that workers may face while
attempting to do the job.
Replacing your siding during the fall season will help you
fix all of the potential issues that can lead to heat loss. There is also the
fact that the weather will be just right during the fall. This is an especially
high priority if you live in the Northeast or Midwest where this can be a major
issue. Getting the job done in the fall is the best way to ensure that you will
be ready to face the long winter months.