What to Expect During a Siding Replacement Project

If your home's siding is old and worn, you may have finally decided that it's time to replace it. The good news is professional siding replacement companies can do all the work for you. Your home will look better and be better protected when the project is done. Keep reading to better understand what to expect during a siding replacement project. 

The Size of Your Home will Impact the Project Timeline

You may be wondering how long the project will take. It really varies depending on the house size and the number of stories. If you have a larger house, expect the project to take longer. Often, it can take a week or two for the whole project to be completed. You can ask your contractor for an estimate before they begin.

You Can Do Some Prep Work

Your contractor will be appreciative if you do some prep work before they arrive to do the job. This can help to save time and can allow your contractor to get started right away. You can help out by doing the following tasks:

  • Clear a power outlet near the work area
  • Get rid of or tie back excess shrubs that may be in the way
  • Keep the driveway clear for work trucks and dumpsters
  • Park your own vehicle far from the work site 
  • Keep kids and pets away from the work area

Prepare for Removal, Too

Remember that the contractor will need to remove your old siding before they can install the new siding. The good news is they will take care of that for you. Prepare to have a dumpster in your driveway or beside your home for the collection and removal of old siding. 

Some Factors May Impact the Installation

As your contractor removes the old siding and begins to get to work, there may be some factors that impact the project. For example, if they notice water damage, asbestos, or other issues. This may impact how your contractor handles the job and what needs to be done before the new siding is added to your home. Just be aware of this.

If you're ready to improve your home's siding, reach out to a house siding replacement company. Ignoring your home's siding will not do you any favors and it may be putting your home at risk for danger. To get a quote and discuss your needs, reach out to a local house siding replacement contractor.