Siding is an essential part of your roofing system. It not only protects your home from elements such as rain, snow, and ice but also gives your home an aesthetically pleasing look that matches the rest of your home. There are many types of sidings that you can choose for the exterior of your home- vinyl, wood, brick and more. However, what is important is how well they keep out… Continue Reading
Vinyl siding is a popular choice for many homeowners. It keeps you, your interior and your exterior safe from the weather and sunlight. It’s also available in many colors and styles. It can even reduce repair expenses since it is low maintenance. However, there are times when you may hear it cracking or popping. This is a bad sign for your siding.
When it comes to exterior siding installation, you actually have two choices on how your siding will be installed. The most common way is horizontal, and the other is vertical. The difference between the two isn’t just on how it’s oriented, though, and today, Allegiant Roofing explains why vertical siding is actually the more practical choice.
Homeowners should consider the overall architectural design of their living space before choosing a siding material. Doing so will help them create a harmonious exterior that’s worthy of the spotlight. Allegiant Roofing, one of the leading local roofing contractors in the area, discusses the top siding profiles in today’s post.
Any roofer will tell you that a home’s siding is just as important as the roofing system. While the roof keeps your home safe from harsh elements coming from above, it’s the siding that’s in charge of shielding you and your property from ground-level forces. There are plenty of viable siding options available today, but one option you should consider getting is our beaded vinyl siding.