When you think about house siding installation, it can be frightening. You have started looking at samples and it is over whelming! And the cost, you are afraid to ask. The next day you are at your local lumber store. You notice that they having a siding display. Source
Out of curiosity you walk over and notice they have pictures of homes that have been done in your area. A sales person asks you if would like some assistance. You explain about the dilemma you are in.
The salesperson listens to your story and asks you a few questions.
What type of siding is on your home now? Are you thinking about doing the installation yourself? Do you want to insulate while you are installing new siding? When you are done answering the questions you have found out that you have aluminum siding on your home that is very old. Having a more energy efficient home that is maintenance free really interests you. You are not sure about whether you can do house siding installation yourself or not.
The merchant shows you what it has cost a few of the homeowners to have house siding installation done. You are amazed at the price that was paid for a contractor to install the siding.
You are then shown what it would cost for the siding, materials, etc. for house siding installation to be done on your home. You were stunned to find out that the old aluminum siding would have to be removed from you home before the new siding could be installed.
After thinking all of the information over, you decide to have your house siding installation done by a contractor. The company you picked came highly recommended by homeowners that were recent customers.
Tomorrow you will need to get the lawn ornaments and flower pots picked up and put away.
You will also need to stake off the flowers, plants, and areas that you do not want the contractor or crew in. You have made room for the siding and supplies to be stored. You know it will just be 2 to 3 days for the job to be completed.
You have mowed the lawn and moved the car so there is a place for the dumpster. Yesterday you told the neighbors about the contractors coming. They were glad to hear that it would not take as long or be loud like it was when you had the new roof put on last summer.
The contractors crew arrives early the next morning and starts tearing off the old siding. A few hours later the siding materials arrive on a big truck. Later in the day, you go to see how the work on your home is coming along. Part of the contractors crew is still removing siding while the rest are putting the siding up.