Quarve Contracting
Thursday 21 February 2019

Replace or Repair Your Minnesota Siding – Part 2

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If you've read our earlier article, you’ve got some ideas on what you should do if you find that your siding has particular things wrong with it. But there are other things that can happen to that siding which might require repairs or replacement. If you have concerns about the state of your home's siding, calling in a professional Minnesota siding contractor can give you more information regarding the particular situation.

It is also good to think about possible damage that might run deeper than the siding itself. Here's another thing a siding professional determine that you might not be able to. If this is the case, your situation is probably one that requires a tear-off of the siding to replace the underlying damage, and then installation of new siding once that work is completed.

Choosing the siding that you put on your home should also be something that is done after carefully evaluating your options, because some siding materials work better on Minnesota homes than others. And some siding options are better investments than others.

What Siding Lasts the Longest and Brings in the Most ROI?

These are two things that many homeowners think about when they go to replace the siding on their home: how long a siding is expected to last, and will that siding be worth the money they spend on it. (Part of evaluating the cost of siding should be whether or not it will provide a significant increase in the home's value. Real estate pros refer to this as ROI, or return on investment.

One siding material that performs well in both categories is metal siding, such as the seamless steel product we install.

Choosing steel siding can essentially solve many of the issues that come with siding replacement or repair. It is a great option that lasts long and provides superior protection against those ice and snow storms that happen often in Minnesota. It even performs well in the face of one of the most damaging weather elements we get here in the Twin Cities: hail. Just do a little research and you'll find that this option comes highly recommended by not only our company but also the homeowners who choose it.

When you have steel siding added to your home, you can be assured that you’re getting a great return on your investment. It will out-last other siding materials, and it requires little to no maintenance other than an occasional cleaning.

Steel siding is an excellent choice because it provides the quality protection for your home. It resists damage from pests such as rodents as well as from weather, and even fire. And unlike other siding products such as wood or vinyl, it won't crack or warp.

Considering having metal siding installed? It's not a do-it-yourself project because specialized equipment is required. We recommend you have a Minnesota metal siding professional install the steel siding. You can speak with us here to find out more about how we can help and the benefits that come from using our steel siding options.