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5 Steps Involved in Siding Replacement

One part of owning a home is keeping up on regular repairs, and if you find that your siding is aged, discolored, or even damaged, it might be time to get a new siding installation.

The difficulty for this project can be challenging without the right experience for the job, but here are some tips to help make the experience more efficient and easier.

Preparing the Home

The first thing you need to do with any exterior remodeling is ensure that your home is prepared for the job. You will need to make sure that there is power access for the tools, and in most cases, this will require a 20 amp circuit.

The area will need to be free of objects like furniture or firewood, and it is recommended to cover up any plants or move them away from home.

Remove the Old Siding

The next step is to begin removing the old siding, and this can be a complicated process with a do-it-yourself method, because it may require extra people to get the job done.

One part of hiring a professional company is that you know that they will have the appropriate size crew to get the project done more quickly.

Check for Repairs

Once the removal is completed, it's good to have professional experience to know what to look for, because damage can lurk under the old siding surface. All external surfaces will have to be inspected, and any repairs will need to be completed before going any further.

Install the Siding

With all these steps in place, the home will be ready to put up the material you have chosen. The entire exterior will need a vapor barrier applied, which keeps moisture out of your home.

The studs in the walls will then need to be located, and the new trim inciting will need to be installed per the manufacturer's specifications.

In addition, if the installation is not done correctly, any warranty the siding has may be forfeited, which is why a professional is the right choice for this kind of job.

Clean Up and Inspection

It's also not uncommon for hardware like nails or insulation and debris to get left behind after the project is completed. Going over the area thoroughly to ensure that nothing is left behind and that the siding was installed correctly is recommended for safety measures.

High-Quality Craftsmanship By Your Local Experts

Some do-it-yourself projects make sense, and for others, it may save more time and money to call a local professional who can get the job done right the first time. Whether you are looking for new siding or a roofing installation, LBR Partners is the trusted Minnesota choice.

We specialize in exterior and interior remodel projects and pride ourselves on using transparency and integrity as a proven method for success for all our clients.

Take the guesswork out of your project with expert services by messaging us online or give us a call at 763-432-3908 today!

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