Vinyl Siding Installation & Repair in Long Island, NY
The installation of vinyl siding for homeowners or commercial property owners in Nassau and Suffolk County is a very popular option for quite a few reasons. These are attributed to factors like durability, attractiveness, ease of maintenance over the years and even sound-proofing.
All Counties Roofing understand that your looking for a way to express your individuality through design. We have designers skilled with helping you realize your vision. They will help you choose the perfect color shade and will even create a 3d mockup of what your home will look like after the siding is complete. This way, you’ll be fully content in knowing that you made the right choice after looking at dozens of mockups. Our goal is to make the entire vinyl siding installation or replacement project as hassle-free as possible. Our vinyl siding experts are fully licensed, insured and experienced. All Counties Roofing has years of experience completing vinyl siding projects for clients all over Long Island.
Benefits of Vinyl Siding
- Basically maintenance free
- Never needs painting or sealing
- 10 times the life expectancy when compared to wood
- Huge selection of colors, styles and patterns available
- More affordable than brick, stucco or aluminum siding
- Available in just about any color imaginable
Vinyl Siding Repair in Long Island, NY
Though it can be very simple for us to repair small patches or areas in your vinyl siding that are damaged, sometimes it may be better to opt in for a new installation. We’d only recommend this path if a much larger area of your siding has been damaged. Sometimes it might be more cost effective for you. Although vinyl siding is tough, it’s not indestructible. Installation errors from the previous contractor that may have installed your siding could contribute to damage in the future.
Siding that has come loose or blown off: You can actually repair this by yourself, but it’s really best to hire a professional. Improper installation can create problems for you in the future.
Buckled siding: This is caused by siding that’s either nailed too tight or cut too long. We’ll need to trim additional pieces of siding and nail it in just tight enough so that it’s in place and loose enough so it won’t buckle in the future.
It’s very important that you maintain the siding along your home properly or at least call a professional if there is damage. Once there’s a damaged panel, this practically leaves an exposed area for damage to build up in. You’ll have to worry about pests getting to the wood and also the unattractiveness of the missing siding.