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How to Know if You Need Vinyl Siding Repair

How to Know if You Need Vinyl Siding Repair

Here’s how to know if you need vinyl siding repair.

Vinyl siding repair is inevitable. After all, your home’s siding can’t last forever. Between years of exposure to the sun and season after season of changing weather, your siding is sure to go through some wear and tear that will eventually require repair or replacement. High-quality siding and regular maintenance can keep your siding looking newer for longer, but eventually, you will find yourself evaluating whether your vinyl siding needs repair or replacement. There are a few things to look for during this evaluation. Here’s how to know if you need vinyl siding repair.

Faded, Peeling Siding

Over time, exposure to sunlight and UV rays will cause your siding to fade or your paint to peel. Wooden siding can get a simple facelift from a fresh coat of paint, but vinyl siding won’t require any repainting. While you can’t reverse fading from sunlight, you can choose highly durable vinyl siding that can resist fading over time. Try sun-resistant vinyl siding for newer looking siding that lasts longer.

The Vinyl is Cracked or Loose

Over time, your siding will become damaged by freezing temperatures, strong winds, and otherwise harsh weather. Your siding can be left in especially rough condition after a dangerous storm, so it’s a good idea to inspect your siding regularly for cracks or loose pieces of vinyl. If your siding is cracked or loose in places, it may be time for vinyl siding repair or replacement.

It Has Holes or Other Visible Damage

Just as with cracking and peeling, holes and other signs of visible damage can be signs that it’s time for you to repair or replace your siding. After all, storms aren’t the only thing that can leave your vinyl siding looking worse for wear. Falling branches, far-flung baseballs, and other sorts of debris can cause damage to your home’s exterior that will require vinyl siding repair.

Mold or Mildew Growing on Your Siding

Growth of any kind is not a good sign for your siding. While many types of mold and fungus are harmless, it’s important to stay on top of growth in your siding to prevent damage or unsightly stains on your home’s exterior. Mold and mildew can also be a sign that there is moisture retention in your walls, which can be a bad sign for your home. Moisture being trapped in the walls can result in mold, mildew, and other growth inside your home, which is why you have to stay on top of any growth. Regular cleaning and maintenance should keep your siding free of unsightly or damaging growth.

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If you need a roofing, siding, or guttering job done, then JC Services is perfect for your needs. With our expertise, we can offer dependable service anywhere in Anne Arundel County and its surrounding areas. We work with many different affiliates, including JamesHardie, Anderson AW, Owens Corning, GAF, CertainTeed, and Velux Skylights, to make sure you get the highest quality service possible.

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