A city that sits a mile high is sure to get some gnarly sun exposure. Which leads us to the question, how can heat and sun exposure effect your home’s siding?
As temperatures fluctuate from cold to hot, your siding expands and contracts. This can lead to your current siding making actual popping noises and splitting. Cracks and splitting can lead to moisture getting behind your siding and mold. Depending on how your siding was installed too, the warm weather can even make it buckle or warp. One of the other issues that we’ve seen starting to happen with some vinyl siding products is warping. This has been attributed to close proximity to newer LowE glass on your neighbor’s home. The heat reflects off the newer windows and hits your siding which in turn may cause it to warp.
There has to be a better option, right?
There is. Everlast advanced composite siding. Everlast has interlocking planks that are 543% thicker than vinyl siding. Plus, thanks to Everlast’s advanced mineral and advanced polymer technology, your new siding won’t expand or contract, swell, or bow. It also won’t crack, chip, or peel.
Give us a call today to find out how Everlast can help improve the beauty, strength and longevity of your home!