When it comes to new siding installation, getting it taken care of before the end of the year can be to your advantage. If you have the opportunity to get this home improvement project completed now, here are three great reasons to say yes.
Colder Weather Can Limit Available Appointments
While it isn’t impossible to put up residential siding when it’s cold out, it can definitely be more challenging on your installers in winter. In addition to concerns about the weather, low temperatures often make surfaces brittle and more likely to crack, including your siding, so appointments may be few.
You Could Save Money on Federal Taxes
In some cases, making your home more energy efficient can earn you some tax credit, but work often has to be completed before the calendar year ends. It’s best to check with a tax professional for all the details, but the savings could be a game changer on your tax returns.
Fewer Landscaping Concerns
Once summer is over, most lawn furniture and outdoor decor is put away. Flower beds are past their prime, and there’s much less worry about exterior improvements affecting your landscaping, making it a great time for siding to go up.
Do You Want New Siding Installation in the Spangle Area?
Exteriors Unlimited delivers outstanding service to homeowners who want to improve their property with new home siding and vinyl window replacement. Our sales and installation teams are dedicated to your satisfaction, from beginning to end. We’ve spent nearly four decades building a reputation of excellence, and as a dedicated windows and siding contractor, we never subcontract our work. When you’re ready to increase your house’s curb appeal and your family’s comfort with new siding installation that makes your life easier, contact us for your free consultation.
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