Siding Installation & Repair

We know about more than just roofs! We are dedicated to protecting your home from the elements and enhancing its curb appeal with new siding installations for residents and businesses near Myrtle Beach.

Siding is more than just a pretty face for your home. It’s your first line of defense against the elements. Properly installed and maintained siding can help keep your home warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and dry all year round. It can also help prevent damage from pests and moisture.

But siding isn’t just functional. It’s also a major factor in your home’s appearance. The right siding can enhance your home’s architectural style and increase its value.

Siding Services

Whether you're building a new home, renovating an old one, or repairing damage, we've got you covered. Our services include:

Siding Installation

We install a variety of siding materials, including vinyl, wood, and fiber cement. We'll help you choose the best material for your home and budget, and we'll install it with precision and care.

Siding Repair

If your siding is damaged, don't wait for the problem to get worse. We offer prompt, professional repair services to keep your home protected and looking its best.

Siding Replacement

If your siding is old or severely damaged, replacement may be the best option. We'll remove the old siding, repair any underlying damage, and install new siding that will last for years to come.

Types of Siding

There are several types of siding available, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Here are a few of the most common:

  • Vinyl Siding: Vinyl is a popular choice due to its durability, low maintenance, and affordability. It comes in a variety of colors and styles, and it’s resistant to pests and moisture. However, it can crack or fade over time, especially in extreme temperatures.
  • Wood Siding: Wood offers a classic, timeless look. It’s also eco-friendly and can be painted or stained any color. However, it requires regular maintenance to prevent rot, warping, and insect damage.
  • Fiber Cement Siding: Fiber cement is a composite material that offers the look of wood but with greater durability and less maintenance. It’s resistant to fire, rot, and termites. However, it’s more expensive and heavier than other options, which can make installation more challenging.

Do You Need New Siding Installed?

While siding is designed to last for many years, it won’t last forever. Here are some signs that your siding may need to be replaced:

  • Visible Damage: If your siding has large cracks, holes, or areas of rot, it’s likely time for a replacement. These issues can allow water to seep into your home, leading to more extensive damage.
  • Fading or Peeling Paint: If your paint is peeling, chipping, or significantly faded, it may be a sign that your siding is nearing the end of its lifespan.
  • High Energy Bills: If your heating and cooling costs are higher than usual, it could be a sign that your siding isn’t insulating your home effectively.
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Fascia Repair

Fascia is a type of siding that plays a crucial role in protecting your home. It’s the vertical finishing edge connected to the ends of the rafters, trusses, or the area where the gutter is attached to the roof. Not only does the fascia support the weight of the bottom row of tiles and carry all the guttering, but it also serves to seal the home from weather and pests.

At Right on Top Roofing, we understand the importance of fascia and offer expert installation, repair, and replacement services. We ensure it’s installed correctly and matches the aesthetic of your home, providing both functionality and curb appeal.

Siding Installation Process

Siding installation is a complex process that should be left to professionals. Here’s a general overview of what you can expect:
  1. Preparation: The existing siding is removed, and any damage to the underlying structure is repaired. A weather-resistant barrier is applied to protect your home from moisture.
  2. Installation: The new siding is cut to fit your home and installed over the barrier. Special care is taken around windows and doors to ensure a tight fit.
  3. Finishing: Any necessary trim or molding is added, and the siding is painted or stained if necessary.
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