When Does Your Home’s Siding need to be replaced?

Regarding exterior home maintenance, once your home is sided, you’re done, right?  Almost.  Depending on the type of siding on your home, and how severe the weather in your area, the life span of siding can vary radically.  So how will you know when your siding is done? Here are some of the timelines for siding.

  • Vinyl siding will last between 20 and 40 years.   It can look like wood but is more economical
  • Aluminum siding durability is between 20 and 50 years. 
  • Fiber cement has a life span of 30 to 50 years.
  • Stucco can last from 15 to 40 years.

If your home was not purchased as new construction, you may not know the actual age, but if you notice weathering and fading, it may be time to reach out to the professionals at All ProXteriors to find out whether you should clean, paint, or replace the siding on your home.  New siding does more than make your home look fantastic.  Siding shields your home from the beating of the sun, wind, rain, sleet, snow and everything else mother nature can throw at it. Protect the biggest investment of your lifetime with the pros at All Pro Xteriors.

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