4 Advantages Of Installing New Siding And
Why It's Worth The Investment

Considering an investment in new siding for your home or business? Keep these benefits in mind.

Improved Energy Efficiency

New siding can help tremendously improve your home's energy efficiency. As we install your new siding, we seal any air leaks and add a layer of insulation. Over time, the money you save on your energy bill each month will help pay for your investment in new siding.

Enhanced Curb Appeal

Replacing old siding can have a dramatic effect on your home's appearance. New siding will often make a home appear new and modern. You can also decide to add new trim and accents to complement your home's new look, creating a stunning result!

Increased Home Value

New siding is an investment in your home that will pay you back over time. When siding is added to a home, it typically increases the home value by approximately 80% of what it costs to add the siding. If you are considering selling your home, new siding is an excellent project that will instantly increase the market value of your property.

Identification of Existing Problems

During the siding installation process, our experts will carefully inspect your home. We can identify and repair problems such as mold, rot, and any water leaks. If these damaging home issues are not identified and repaired, the resulting harm could be huge and costly. Installing new, quality siding helps ensures that your home is mold-free, well protected and that it stays that way.

When it comes time to enhance the curb appeal and protection of your home, you can trust the friendly and dependable experts at Irving Roofing and Siding. With more than 45 years’ experience helping homeowners in and around Waterloo Region we offer siding options from the industry's best manufactures. Choose from a wide array of siding color options to achieve the perfect look for your home. At the same time, you will also be adding a layer of protection to defend against the harshest weather conditions.

before and after picture of siding on split level home
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