Vinyl Siding and James Hardie Siding Installations - Wake Forest NCWhen you need a contractor for vinyl siding (or James Hardie siding) we are here to help you! Certified Roofing & Siding Specialist has been providing siding installations for the greater Wake Forest area for several years. We take pride in giving our customers the best installation service.
-- Customer Satisfaction is Our #1 Priority --We use only the best products: James Hardie Siding or Alside Vinyl Siding. We also use the best techniques for all of our siding installations and replacement projects.
Upgrade With New Hardie Plank Siding OR Vinyl Siding Repairs - Wake Forest
Replacement of older siding adds curb appeal and value to your home. Our staff will help you select the best siding for your house. We will make sure to complete the entire job - from removing the old siding to the installation (or repair if needed) of new soffits and fascia. If you have any wood rot, we can repair it all! We will then make sure to clean-up your property after the job, leaving your house clean and looking good.
The exterior of your home needs routine maintenance to stay in good condition. This is especially true for siding. Occasional pressure washing helps to keep your siding clean, but if the time has arrived and you need vinyl siding replacement and installation (or faulty Masonite siding or rotten wood), let us help you. The most common vinyl siding repair work is on the soffits and fascia, but here are a few other things to watch for:
Vinyl Siding Repairs - Wake Forest
- Warping. It is clear that you need new siding when your vinyl siding starts to bend and begins to warp. The layer under the siding may be rotting.
- Peeling paint or damaged wallpaper. If you notice the walls inside your house is showing signs of damage, it could mean that your current siding is allowing moisture inside your home.
- Mold or Mildew. If mold or mildew begins to stain on your siding, you may need to do a full siding replacement.
- Dry rot. Many times, you cannot see dry rot until the siding is removed. You can test for dry rot by slightly tapping around the bottom of your siding to check that it is intact. If your old vinyl siding is dried out and cracking (or not securely attached) it is probably time to replace it. Masonite is especially vulnerable and replacement with either vinyl siding or James Hardie plank siding is a great option.