How to Choose the Best Siding for a House

Get tips for choosing the best siding material for your home.

Choosing Siding for Your Home

The siding you choose for your home matters. Re-siding your home can be a major investment. But the right siding makes it worth it. The siding you pick impacts things like energy efficiency, maintenance, attractiveness, and property value. Popular siding options include Engineered Wood, Fiber Cement, and Vinyl. Engineered Wood siding consists of wood fiber or strand, resin and binders, and zinc borate. It’s lighter weight than fiber cement, easier to install and maintain, has curb appeal and is durable. Fiber Cement is a composite made from a mix of Portland cement and wood pulp. It’s durable and resistant to fire and insects. Some drawbacks of fiber cement are its weight and recommended practices with installation related to tools and product composition. Vinyl siding is made from polyvinyl chloride, the same plastic used in water sewer pipes. It’s energy-efficient and relatively affordable. But the color might fade under UV and sunlight and it’s vulnerable to warping. You should also ponder the siding profile, architectural style, regional preferences, and homebuyer preferences. Also, find a dealer who understands the manufacturer’s installation requirements.

 

 

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Launch of Marks All Pros from Mark Schlereth

Introducing Mark’s All Pros, the newest business referral list in the country.

 

Get Spring Ready and get your dream project done! Windows, garage doors, concrete driveway, patio or sidewalk and MORE!  Find what you need at Mark’s All Pros Referral Network.

 

Source: www.windowsforyourhome.com

Scores of unlicensed locksmiths rip off customers and businesses alike, consumers warned 

Phoney businesses, fake invoices, credit card trickery, unneeded lock removals —​ consumers are being warned of these cons and more as unlicensed locksmiths rip off customers and legitimate businesses alike.

Source: www.cbc.ca

No honest locksmith can stay in business charging a low price service call, so that’s your first red flag. A real locksmith will tell you something like $75-$100 service call.  A real locksmith has liability insurance, commercial insurance, advertising, a service truck, employee’s and a shop. Trained for years to be able to pick your lock in 3 minutes. You are paying for travel expense, skill, and a reasonable mark up on hardware. If you think someone is coming to your house and performing a free service you have unrealistic world views and/or expectations. 

Are here ways to Replace Your Windows with Financing Options? 

Buy the windows and doors you want now and pay later. Ask us about our financing options.

Source: marvinwindowsdenver.com

Save your cash and use financing to get your windows replaced now

Homeowners looking for ways to pay for a window and door replacement now have a lot of choices. Taking out a home equity loan or getting a personal loan are just some of the ways you can get your project started right away.  Why wait for something you want to do now?