5 Great Reasons to Reside Your Home this Summer


Is the siding on your home reaching the end of its useable life? If so, this summer might be the time to reside your home. New siding can make a world of a difference in the way your home looks. And beyond aesthetics, it can actually help protect your home much better than old siding. New technology such as foam backing can also help you save on your energy bills by reducing your home’s demand for energy. Plus, modern siding products are more environmentally friendly than they’ve ever been, meaning you can reside your home with the knowledge that you’re doing so in an eco-friendly way. Learn more about the great reasons to reside your home this summer in our blog!


There are plenty of great reasons to reside your home this summer!

5 Great Reasons to Reside Your Home this Summer


Increase Your Curb Appeal


Replacing old worn out siding with beautiful brand new siding gives your curb appeal an instant upgrade. New siding increases your home’s aesthetic appeal and is sure to draw the eye. Of course, the most important eye is your own, so make sure to thoroughly research siding design and color options before you choose the new siding for your home.

Increase Protection for Your Home


As siding ages, its ability to protect your home is diminished. And if you don’t take action, the structural components beneath the siding could actually become damaged by exposure to moisture and the elements. New siding protects your home’s structure and gives you peace of mind.

Decrease Your Maintenance Requirements


As siding ages, it usually requires maintenance more frequently. Residing your home will reduce maintenance requirements, saving you time and money on upkeep. Plus, some siding materials, such as Hardie board, are inherently low maintenance, making them an ideal choice for homeowners who would rather enjoy their new siding!

Increase Your Energy Savings


Some siding materials may actually help you increase your energy savings and potentially reduce your energy bills. Insulated siding, for example, reduces heat loss from your home by using a rigid foam backing inserted into vinyl siding. You can learn more about how insulated siding works in our blog.

Decrease Your Environmental Impact


New siding materials are more green than they’ve every been. According to the Vinyl Siding Institute, only cedar shingles have less of an environmental impact on the environment than vinyl siding. Fiber cement siding is also eco-friendly in that its composition is a mix of cement, sand, and wood fiber that has been recycled from a previous wood-fiber product.

Ready to reside?

To learn more about residing your home, contact Schaefer Siding and Exteriors today. We’ve been installing siding in Pennsylvania and the Delmarva area since 1977. We’re both VSI certified and a CertainTeed 5-Star rated Contractor. Contact us today at 410-781-4028 or email us. You can also visit our website for more information.