Improve your curb appeal by fixing your siding issues.
Siding helps protect the framework of your home and gives it curb appeal. But over time, it can begin to look worn out, which means it needs to be fixed to keep working and looking good. Unfortunately, knowing when you need siding repair in the Raleigh, North Carolina area might be tricky. Thankfully, there are a few telltale signs to help you out.
If you notice any of the following, give our team at Rodas Construction LLC a call.
- Cracks or splits. Assess your siding for any cracks or splits. These can happen because of weathering, age, or if something hits it, such as branches during a storm or a wayward ball. Even if they are small cracks, you might need siding repair because minor cracks can let water get behind the siding and cause bigger issues.
- Loose or warped siding.If you see areas of siding that are loose, warped, or pulling away from the wall, this is a sign of trouble. Loose siding can let water, bugs, and drafts into your home, which decreases your siding’s ability to protect your home and increases your utility bills.
- Faded siding.Over time, the sun and weather can cause your siding to fade. Not only does faded siding make your house look bad, but it may also mean that the protective layer of your siding has been damaged. Contact our team to assess your need for siding repair if it’s starting to look faded and worn.
- Mold or mildew growth.Mold or mildew on the siding clearly indicates that water has gotten inside. If you see green or black spots on your siding, you need to fix the moisture problem right away with either siding repair or replacement.
If your siding shows any of the above signs, contact our team about our siding repair services in the Raleigh area. We have nearly 20 years in the construction industry and can offer you high-quality workmanship and excellent customer service for all your needs. We also offer financing options for all our projects.
At Rodas Construction LLC, we offer siding repair services in Raleigh, Cary, Holly Springs, Wake Forest, and Morrisville, North Carolina.