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If you need new siding you’re probably wondering what you should be doing to prepare or how you could make the process as easy as possible. Home renovation projects can be daunting, and siding installation can be a time consuming process. Even though it’s worth the wait, there are a few things you can do to make the process as smooth as possible.

The average siding installation takes up to 2 weeks. This can last even longer if you have extra services like painting. So why does it take so long? The size of your home is certainly a factor, but what plays a larger role is how many steps are involved––it’s not just putting the new siding on the walls. First, in most cases, the old siding needs to come off.

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Preparing Your Home

First, make a clear path for your contractors.

Things like trees and shrubbery blocking the wall can make it difficult for your contractors to do the work they need on that part of the siding. Trim them or tie them back as best you can in order to avoid that from happening. Things like patio furniture, potted plants, equipment, and children’s toys are often forgotten and get in the way of the work, sometimes facing accidental damage. Take a walk around your house and remove anything that’s against the walls and near the walls.

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Cut your grass short.

You might be surprised by how often nails and staples fly out of the line of vision. Most contractors have a magnetic nail finder that they can use to pick up that dangerous metal and leave your property how they found it. Shorter grass makes that process much easier!

Don’t forget about the interior walls!

Removal and installation of exterior siding can cause pictures, shelves, and other valuables on the interior walls to impacted. It’s better to be safe than sorry. Take a quick sweep of the inside of your house and ground things that meet these may fall down and be damaged.

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Park in the street.

Your contractors will need a dumpster in your driveway to dispose of your old siding and any other scrap material or trash that may accumulate throughout the installation process. It’s best to keep your cars distant from these dumpsters, especially during the day or whenever your contractors are working. You don’t want to risk loose debris making its way onto your car and potentially damaging it.

Keep children and pets away.

Children and pets are notorious for accidentally getting themselves in dangerous situations. Make sure they steer clear of the work area!

Shutters, downspouts, and caulking.

You should discuss this with your contractor before the project begins. The workers need to know if they are working around them or taking them off themselves. 

Siding Installation Steps: Start to Finish

Old Siding Removal.

Few types of siding go on top of what’s already there. Thus, you should plan for this step and ask your contractor if you need further information. After the old siding comes off, the contractor will inspect what was beneath it and look for signs of damage or other points of concern.

Wall Preparation.

Chances are, you don’t know exactly what is underneath your existing siding. Like with anything, siding needs a solid foundation to base itself on. Your walls may need to be repaired or touched up before the siding can be installed.

Insulation Installation.

Insulation goes between your walls and the siding and helps keep hot air where you want it––outside in the summer, and inside in the winter. It also keeps the home a little quieter, which we all can appreciate!

New Siding Installation.

All that work that’s been put in up until this point is finally coming to fruition with the installation of the siding itself. Depending on which type of siding you’ve chosen, the contractors will do as needed to make sure that it’s installed to your specifications. If painting is involved, that usually takes an extra few days, depending on the size of the house and number of people on the team.

Potential Roadblocks

We’ve mentioned at least once so far that there may be issues you don’t know about that may affect your siding installation. Even with all the planning possible, something could come up along the way that you couldn’t have planned for. Nonetheless, it’s important to understand and prepare for some of the most common siding obstacles we know of. 

Water damage, rot, and asbestos.

Some problems cannot be seen until the siding itself is removed. Despite your contractor’s thorough investigation of your home before beginning the project, water damage, rot, and evidence of asbestos may be lurking underneath parts of your siding. Asbestos is an especially tricky issue to catch in siding, but it could still be there. Prepare for additional costs to treat these issues if this is the case.

Sheathing damage.

Often made from plywood, the sheathing of your home is essentially the protective case that lies directly under the siding. Once the old siding is removed, your contractor may discover damage on the existing sheathing. Sheathing itself is inexpensive, so expect the biggest impact to the project to come from the time added to the project.

If unanticipated bumps in your project worry you, have that discussion with your contractor. They can walk you through potential roadblocks, what they may cost, and the odds they actually happen, given their experience. This may put your mind at ease if you have excessive worry about the unknown.

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