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Choosing Professional Siding Installation

Posted on June 30, 2015.

Siding Installation

Installing siding on your home not improves its curb appeal, but if you’re selling you’ll recoup most of your investment. While siding is one of the best ways to add value to your home, if it’s done incorrectly or poorly, it becomes a burden. Professional siding installation eliminates the headaches of a DIY installation and saves you money in the long run. Make sure you have a quality technician by asking these questions before you sign a contract.

Who Obtains the Permits?

Local laws through your community, HOA, or your historical district may restrict the type of siding you can choose. You may need a permit or approval to make changes to your home. Your professional technician should help you with this process to ensure everything is done to the proper standards.

What’s Their Experience?

When dealing with any type of home improvement, you want a local provider who has a good reputation. Check with your Better Business Bureau for their rating. Any business who has been around for a while may have one or two complaints, but they won’t have lists of unhappy customers. A local company will be there if you ever have to use your warranty.

Do You Offer a Warranty and Have Insurance?

Reputable businesses will have their own insurance for their workers. Check their insurance policy to make sure it is adequate for the job. Ask about the warranty on the siding installation. Find out if there are any terms and conditions that you need to follow so that the warranty isn’t voided. You want to have this information up front, in case something goes wrong.

Choose Professional Installation

It’s understandable that you want to save money on your home. Siding installation is not the place to scrimp, because when it’s not done correctly, you could spend hundreds of dollars to fix it, not to mention the time it takes. Your home is your most important investment. Install the siding right the first time, and enjoy the peace of mind that it will last.