- April 25, 2015
If your house siding has been impacted by storm damage, Capitol Insurance Restorations siding can install the leading siding that is available on the market today. CIR can get your home restored back the the condition prior do your date of loss. You pay nothing other than your insurance deductible after the work is completed and you are completely satisfied with the work done. High winds and hail can tear off siding pieces. Undetected siding damage can lead to bigger problems, especially if water gets trapped behind the siding. The fact is that if siding is not installed properly it can lead to other issues like rot and mildew. More problematic signs of siding failure is the appearance of mold, caulking failures, separating seams, warping boards that do not lay flat against the house. The siding may swell, delaminate, and cause moisture on the inside of the house. Let the professional storm damage experts inspect your siding for any type of storm damage at no charge. If there is storm damage we will work directly with your insurance carrier. We will work with you to help you weigh in on many different siding options that you have for your home.
Ask for the R-value energy savings, as you review various insulation options beneath the cladding.
The lifespan of siding is determined to its water resistance.
Labor–Ask about the labor needed to install the siding. Often the easier to install the siding, the less it costs to restore. That being said, siding upgrades can lead to less painting over the years, better water and sun resilience, sustained homes value and money saving energy efficiency.
What look do you want to create while increasing your homes value?
Your choice should meet your exterior needs without requiring adjustments that may add to the cost.
There are many siding choices today that can stand brutal weather and the test of time in appearance. Common Siding choices that Capitol Insurance Restorations are:
– Vinyl siding
– Aluminum siding
– Steel siding
– Fiber cement siding
– Stone veneer or brick veneer siding