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Crack or Holes

Inspect your siding for any visible cracks, holes, or gaps. These openings can allow moisture, insects, and pests to enter, potentially causing damage to the underlying structure. Small cracks can often be repaired with caulking, but larger ones may require replacing the affected siding panels.

Rot or Decay

If your siding is made of wood, look for signs of rot or decay. This is especially common in older homes or in areas with high humidity. Soft or spongy areas, discoloration, or visible fungus/mold growth are indications of decay. Rotting siding should be promptly replaced to prevent further damage.

Warped or Buckled Siding

Warped or buckled siding can occur due to exposure to extreme weather conditions, such as intense heat or moisture. Warping can compromise the effectiveness of the siding in protecting your home and may also affect its aesthetic appeal. Addressing this issue may involve reattaching or replacing the affected panels.

Fading or Peeling Paint

If your siding has a painted finish, fading or peeling paint can be a sign of weathering or water damage. Properly maintained paint serves as an additional protective layer for your siding. If you notice peeling or fading, it’s essential to address it promptly by repainting or resealing the siding to prevent further deterioration.

It can be tough to be a homeowner in the Greater St. Louis area, but choosing your siding contractor shouldn’t be. You want someone local who understands the crazy extremes of our weather and has connections with suppliers to bring you the best materials at the lowest prices. 

H&F Exteriors is the premier choice for your siding contractor needs. We work with you to give your home exactly the appearance you’re hoping for to really up your curb appeal, and we back up our recommendations and advice with years of expertise working with all the products on the market at every price point.

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