Belleville Windows and Doors offers full exterior services including aluminum siding, metal siding, vinyl siding, and fascia and soffit services. The concept of house exterior services is designed to help customers get a finished and safe house in the shortest possible time and changing the overall appearance of their property.
When it comes to exterior services, our siding company in Belleville offers full exterior services, from sofft and fascia repair and installation. We provide high quality and dependable work. House siding is the covering over of the entire structure of the building or of the area where it is to be placed. It is a layer of material applied to the wall of a house. It serves to protect the walls from the weather, to block the sun's rays from penetrating inside and outside, and to provide protection against intruders. Siding can also be referred to as siding and trim. It is made of wood, plastic, vinyl, ceramic and aluminum, and it is placed on both the sides of the house to create the look and style desired.
Wood siding has been the main material used for years for the building of houses. The main benefit of wood siding is that it can withstand high temperatures, it can resist fire and it can be repainted easily without having to take off the old siding from the house. The main disadvantage of wood siding lies in the fact that it is expensive to replace, which may lead to increased expenditure for the homeowner, particularly when it comes to purchasing a new home or resale. Another disadvantage is that the natural color of wood fades with time. Vinyl siding, which is similar to wooden siding, has become very popular in recent years due to its durability and ability to resist the weather and fire. It is cheaper than wood siding but may fade in time, is not suitable for the outdoor use, and is not capable of being painted.
Aluminum siding, which is made from the aluminum oxide of copper and zinc, is a cheap and simple substitute for wood or brick exterior walls. It is very durable, and the color of aluminum siding will remain even after years of use, unlike wood siding, which will eventually change from green to brown with exposure to the elements.
Your home has a roof that has both a traditional siding and an insulated fascia and soffit. The fascia board is attached to your roof using screws, but the siding is attached to the top frame with rafters. The fascia is then attached to the bottom framing using either rafters or posts, depending on the style of your home. The fascia and siding offer different kinds of protection against the elements. The fascia protects against water and snow, while the siding and caulking offers more protection against the wind.
The traditional roof of your home is made up of two layers: the top sheet of shingles and the bottom sheet of insulation. The fascia and siding are using to keep the two sheets of insulation apart. This creates a seal that prevents moisture from escaping between the sheets. During the winter, your roof is often left partially open to allow snow to melt into the attic. In order to prevent water from accumulating and pooling in the attic, your fascia and siding can be left closed during those times. If you leave your fascia and siding open, water will pool in the attic and cause rot and mildew to grow.
The fascia and siding are also designed to keep heat in or out of your home, depending on the season. When a roof is properly insulated, it will provide adequate protection against the hot summer sun. In order to keep out the cold winter wind, your fascia and siding are installing around your home to provide insulation from the wind. We make sure the fascia and siding are properly insulated before installing them on your home.
Call Belleville Windows and Doors today for your free quote on all of your exterior needs.