Vinyl siding is the most commonly used type of exterior cladding for homes and even commercial properties. Boasting a unique balance of aesthetics and functionality, it’s also the most cost-effective material in terms of protection and energy efficiency.
Once you’ve chosen a color for your siding, you need to do the math and find out how much you’ll need. Having an idea on how contractors calculate the amount of siding needed and the factors they take into account can help you make an informed decision on future purchases and plan your budget accordingly.
By now, you’ve propbably seen hundreds of ads showing off companies’ corporate citizenship awards. But are these claims even accurate? Being a good corporate citizen is great and all, but does it have any direct impact on you as a consumer and a homeowner?
James Hardie®, America’s number one fiber cement siding manufacturer, has always rewarded contractors with a long history of satisfied clientele and who demonstrate outstanding values through their Preferred Remodeler and Associate Contractor Programs. In 2014, the company has consolidated and improved these programs into the Contractor Alliance™ Program.
Doing a bit of cleanup before the installation of your new roof can make the process move faster. Plus, taking a few precautions can prevent damage to outdoor furniture and other belongings.