Common Siding Conditions We Repair
- Siding that is coming apart
- Flashing that is coming loose
- Siding damaged by wind or hail
- Improperly installed siding
- Buckled siding
- Dry rot or termite damage
- Cracked or chipped boards and shingles
How We Approach Siding Repair
In most cases, siding repair boils down to replacing missing or damaged boards, planks or shingles. They could have been damaged by a storm or simply deteriorated with age. The toughest part in making the repair look seamless is finding the right replacement piece that matches the rest of the siding in color, texture, size and style.
Our experienced Maryland siding repair pros have access to different product lines from the major siding manufacturers. In most cases, we are able to locate an identical replacement piece or a close match, if your home is old and the brand of siding used is no longer manufactured.
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Keeping Your Siding in the Top Shape
Now that you will have your siding repaired and looking like new again, you should take steps to protect your investment. Here are a few basic tips for siding maintenance:
- Check your siding every fall and spring, as well as after major storms.
- Don’t delay repairs to prevent problems from becoming worse.
- Trim the shrubs around the foundation to leave enough room for the siding to dry after rain.
- Clean the siding as recommended by the manufacturer—usually spraying with a hose for vinyl and fiber cement.
- Repaint or reseal the siding as recommended by the manufacturer