• The main purpose of your home’s siding is, in essence, to act as an exterior layer of insulation – protecting all the elements within. It helps keep your heating and cooling where it’s supposed to be as well as making sure that moisture stays away from your foundation and interior walls, where it could wreak all kinds of havoc, including health risks like mold and mildew. Additionally, clean, new siding gives a beautiful face lift to any home, offering remarkable curb appeal and a boost in your property value. Whether you need siding for new construction or siding repair to your current home, turn to the experts at L & D Wilson Siding and Roofing!

  • Vinyl Siding

    The most common siding material today, vinyl is also the most affordable for those looking to keep their budget low. However, you won’t be sacrificing style for cost – vinyl siding comes in a wide assortment of colors so you can always find one that fits your personal design choices. It’s designed to be water repellent and very low-maintenance – only requiring an occasional power washing. Also, vinyl is lightweight and easy to install. Overall, vinyl siding is the most economical and popular siding option. Contact our staff for more information or to discuss the vinyl siding options we have to offer!

  • Aluminum Siding

    Aluminum siding offers a higher level of durability, often lasting upwards of 40 or 50 years. It’s also insect proof as well as fire resistant as well as waterproof – aluminum does not rust or absorb moisture. Additionally, it won’t swell with moisture or shrink in heat, so natural cracking isn’t an issues. Aluminum is also a green siding option. Some siding is made from 100% recycled material, but all aluminum siding is recyclable itself. Like vinyl, aluminum is also lightweight and easy to install. When you choose aluminum siding, you get a variety of colors, patterns, and textures to give your home a unique look. With aluminum siding installed by L & D Wilson, you’ll have curb appeal and durable protection for years!

  • Soffit and Fascia

    While you may not think about your home’s soffit and fascia as much as you do your siding, they are equally as important. Soffit is the siding underneath your roof’s overhang and fascia is the exposed board on the front of the overhang. Your soffit provides vital airflow between roof and attic while the fascia is the last line of support for the bottom row of shingles. Both provide important structural support to your roofing and its functionality. Let our roofing specialists make sure these elements are just as healthy and functional as the roof itself!

  • Ensure Your Home is Secure with Professional Siding Installation and Repair

    Because of its important function, making sure your siding is damage free and up to the task is vital for a healthy home. L & D Wilson Siding & Roofing Inc. has the skill and experience to repair and install quality siding products for a secure home, but how can you tell if your current siding needs professional attention? Look for the following telltale signs of damaged or faulty siding and contact our experts for more information!

  • Warping

    Warped siding is an indication of serious damage or rotting in the material beneath it. To check for this, try and view your property from a variety of angles to check for panels of siding that stick out or aren’t flat and aligned with the siding around it. Any irregularities you discover should be dealt with as soon as possible to prevent further damage to your property.

    Rotting

    If your house uses wood paneling, check for any brittle or powdery panel sections that may be crumbling. As with any wood product, if moisture penetrates the wood fibers of your siding, it can cause it to break down and lose its strength. Don’t ignore any rotting you may find because it will only expand and decay further with time.

  • Cracking

    Possibly the easiest sign of damage you’ll see is cracking of the siding material. Any unwanted openings in your siding will act as entry points for insects or moisture and threaten the material behind your sidings, as well as the health and safety of your walls and interiors. Depending on the extent of the crack, a simple patch may be possible to repair it or the panel itself may need to be replaced.

    Interior Moisture

    Any trace of moisture, mold, or mildew you find in your home should be an immediate red flag that something is wrong with your exterior. As soon as you see signs of moisture intruding on your home’s interior, you should examine your siding and call in our professional team for more help. This may result in the need for new siding and, possibly, new insulation as well, depending on how much water has penetrated your home’s defenses.

  • Higher Energy Bills

    In some instances, siding damage is difficult to see with the naked eye. However, you’ll surely notice a rising energy bill. If it’s unclear why your home is having difficulty keeping your heating and cooling where it’s supposed to be, the culprit is most likely either your home’s windows or siding. In either case, bring in our expert team to locate the problem and offer superior repair or replacement solutions.

    Holes from Insects or Birds

    Pests are always trying to find a way into your home in a variety of ways. It may be difficult to see, but birds and insects can burrow their way through your siding to get inside. Keep an eye out for series of carved patterns or mobs of insects filing in or around specific areas of your exterior. In the case of birds, they will often create holes much higher up under the eaves of your roof. As with cracks, holes should be patched or replaced as soon as possible to prevent further harm from coming to your property.