If you're wondering whether your home's exterior can withstand the upcoming snowstorm season, it would be a good time to give your siding a thorough inspection. If you notice any loose or damaged areas, now is the time to take care of potential problems. Cold weather with wind-driven snow is ahead, and that can spell trouble for loose or damaged siding. And with the forecasted colder-than-average temperatures, higher heating bills are in store as well. Perhaps now is the time to consider installing new energy-efficient siding from Quarve Contracting, one of the Twin Cities area's leading exterior home improvement contractors. For over 27 years we've been helping St. Paul and Minneapolis area residents protect their homes with roofing, siding, replacement windows and doors, and rain handling systems. Keeping the exterior of your home in shape is important both for protecting the underlying structure as well as making the interior comfortable. The right siding products can help. Quarve installs siding products such as seamless steel from U.S. Seamless as well as fiberboard cement siding from the James Hardie Company. Both siding materials are extremely durable and will hold up well in Minnesota's harsh winter climate. And properly installed, these siding products can also help improve the insulating value of your home's outer skin, reducing your heating bills in the process. Both of these siding products require very little maintenance. One of the other benefits of seamless steel siding is that because of the lack of seams, there are no potential gaps for wind or moisture to penetrate beneath the siding. And both siding materials are resistant to damage from insects and rodents who are seeking a warm home for the winter. If you're concerned about the condition of your home's exterior, contact the siding professionals at Quarve Contracting. We want you to enjoy the entire home improvement experience, so consultations are always free and cheerfully given. Happy New Year from Quarve!
Wednesday 1 February 2012
St. Paul Siding Company Asks: Is Your Home Ready to Withstand the Coming Snows?
Posted by Quarve Contracting at 10:50 PM