Top reasons new siding is the wise choice for your home

Learn More About Your Siding Replacement Options.

There are many great reasons why you should consider replacing the old, outdated siding on your home. These include the following:

  • Quality siding makes your home more insulated, which can reduce HVAC costs since less heated or cooled indoor air escapes.
  • Low-maintenance siding reduces the need to constantly scrape and repaint wood siding.
  • Quality siding can improve the aesthetic value of your home.
  • New siding has a great return on investment, increasing your home’s overall value.

At Moss Roofing, we understand the many advantages siding can offer, and that’s why we install James Hardie® siding products. Learn more about these materials for your next siding replacement project.

Siding Faqs

We know that you probably have a lot of questions about siding, which is why we’ve answered a couple that we are asked most frequently.

Is Siding Really Cheaper Than Repainting My Home?

It might seem that repainting your siding would be the cheaper option. But what most homeowners don’t realize is that a home with wood siding should be repainted every seven years, especially in harsher climates. Over the life of the siding, painting costs can add up to between $50,000 and $85,000! New siding installation would be much less expensive.

How Do I Choose a Siding Contractor?

Picking the right contractor is just as important as selecting the siding itself. It’s important that the contractor puts you at ease and can easily explain to you what your project will entail. The contractor should also be licensed, insured, certified and willing to provide a written estimate.

Talk To Us About Siding

If you have more questions about a siding installation or replacement project, contact Moss Roofing today. We offer free estimates so our designers and installers can better understand your needs and how we can assist you. Schedule one today by calling us at  (317) 784-3227 or you can fill out our online form.

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