When pulling up to a home, the first thing that we look at is the structure of the home itself. Since most homes are covered in siding, this becomes the first element we use to judge the overall look and condition of a home. Whether you are in the market to buy a home, sell one, or update the look of your space, you may be surprised to realize just how important the siding can be.
Styles and trends change in siding, just as they do in clothing, hairstyles and home furnishings. Outdated siding makes an impression. It gives your house a tired, dated look, while a design that’s current gives you a fresh, appealing facade. New siding can make a difference, whether you’re selling your home or just want to enjoy it more and feel better in it.
Consider the overall look, colors and textures when choosing a new siding. The trend is shifting to darker siding and a mix of materials to create a unique look. Another important factor is energy efficiency. You don’t want your home just to look good; you want siding that holds in heat during the winter and cool air in the summer.
At Window Nation, we offer vinyl siding replacement with the latest styles that create a more energy efficient home. Since siding covers such a vast part of the home, it’s no wonder that energy efficient siding is a way to save not only on resources but your energy bills. Homeowners with carefully chosen siding see a decrease in heating costs because the home stays warmer and is more resistant to wind.
Vinyl siding from Window Nation is made to look like wood but requires far less maintenance and will last for years to come. So if your home hasn’t had a siding update for many years, now is the time to get up to date on the latest siding trends. We offer a variety of high quality trim, gutters, soffit systems and accessories, all to create an aesthetically pleasing home.
To learn more about vinyl siding options for your home in Cleveland, Washington D.C., Charlotte or elsewhere in our service area, please contact Window Nation today. We can help update the look of your home to attract more buyers and sell it faster, or to give you more satisfaction when you see it each day.