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Consider Replacing The Siding Of Your Alpharetta Home If You Notice These 5 Signs

Is it time to replace your Alpharetta siding? Regardless of the material used for your home’s siding, there will always be one common theme. It will need regular maintenance, and you will (one day) require a replacement.

Over time, your property will be affected by general wear and tear from weather and other external sources, causing it to crack, warp, break, and buckle. Should this happen, you want to ensure it’s dealt with as soon as possible to prevent the rest of your home from going downhill.

Here are five signs it’s time to replace your Alpharetta siding, whether vinyl siding, fiber cement, composite siding, or another type of material.

1. Warped, Cracked, or Rotting

As mentioned, if your home looks worn due to these factors, it’s time to replace your Alpharetta siding. It’s also the most visually obvious indication that siding repair won’t be an option.

Look out for crumbling panels or dark spots in wood siding, as this means moisture has penetrated the fibers. Regarding vinyl siding, watch out for warped or cracked areas that have rotted under the surface. 

Once these three issues have taken over your home, call a siding repair/replacement company to prevent further damage. 

2. Blisters or Bubbles

Have you noticed bubbling or blistering from underneath the siding surface? Water has become trapped within the material, suggesting moisture is the issue’s root. 

Whether your home has vinyl siding, fiber cement, or composite siding, these materials are designed to be water preventative. Therefore, if you notice blisters or bubbles, it’s a strong indicator that your home’s external structure is not working as it should be.

3. Mold, Mildew, or Fungus

Noticing these three issues is a sign of concern and a major red flag. Any growth growing on your Alpharetta siding needs to be eliminated as soon as you spot it.

While some molds and mildew are harmless, when combined with moisture, the substances will grow. If left alone, water will continue to penetrate your exterior, causing further damage to the inside of your property, too. 

4. Frequent Painting is Required

The average property needs repainting every eight to ten years. When the siding starts to chip or peel, a replacement is necessary. If this happens, it’s a good idea to choose materials designed with long-lasting color in mind. Plus, they’ll require minimal maintenance.

As well as, frequent painting is a sign of replacement. If you notice your property is fading in color, this is another thing to be wary of. This could suggest that excessive heat is trapped behind the material, which can happen if the siding was originally installed too tight.

Homes that face south (meaning excessive sunlight) are more at risk of fading or repainting. And in Georgia, the sun can be very penetrative during the spring and summer months.

5. High Energy Bills

The rising cost of living may not be the only reason for your high energy bills over the last few months. Experts will tell you there could be better insulators if you have older siding. 

When the siding of your home has been compromised, your heater and air conditioning systems will have to work extra hard to be fully effective. This will result in a high electricity bill, which is another indicator that a siding replacement is needed.

The solution? Schedule an Alpharetta siding inspection. Experts will let you know the best course of action to take. 

Look After Your Home

So, if you want to lower your energy bills and increase your curb appeal, it might be time to schedule replacement service. Get in touch with our trained professionals to learn more! We are committed to helping you maintain your home and prevent further damage, and we’re excited to help you make your siding replacement as smooth and affordable as possible! Contact us now for more information.

We’ll get the job done right, from start to finish, so you can relax knowing that your Alpharetta siding is in good hands.

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