Choosing the right siding contractor is often more difficult than it should be. Proven Contractor makes it easy for homeowners and general contractors alike to find the right siding contractor for the job at hand. Proven Contractor screens thousands of companies to find the siding contractors dedicated to providing the best quality service every time. Whether you need a vinyl siding contractor to enhance the look of your home for resale or an aluminum siding contractor to upgrade an old facility, Proven Contractor can help. When it comes to quality, customer service, and ultimately customer satisfaction, our siding contractors are here to help. Start your search by choosing from the following:
You can fill out the information request form to check rates from proven siding contractors or pick up the phone and call directly if you have questions. Here are a few question we often receive:
What are the advantages of vinyl over traditional siding?
Vinyl is more elastic and flexible. What this means is that as the weather changes, and walls change shape and size and shit ever so slightly, the vinyl siding can easily adjust with it. This can add years to the lifetime of your siding and should be a factor when looking at prices so you can compare apples to apples. Most people agree that vinyl siding can match the aesthetics of wood, tile or just about any other type of siding material. Most homeowners love that they never have to paint their vinyl siding, and maintenance is minimal.
Do I need to do anything to prepare for siding installation?
Generally your siding contractor will need to do a property walk to make sure that the walls are flat and there are no obstructions that they cannot work around. On the day of the installation it is important to keep any vehicles or large objects at least 5 feet from the house so the siding contractor can install safely and quickly.
Why choose one siding contractor over another?
Installation of siding is part art, part science. Materials flex, different weather conditions can affect how siding will interact with a home or building. An experienced siding contractor will know how to make the right cuts for window and door sections to make sure they stand the test of time. Ask your siding contractor how many years they have been in business and also for at least two references of their recent work.
It never hurts to do some reading on your own before talking to siding contractors. You can study vinyl siding and check membership status of contractors at the Roofing & Siding Contractor Alliance or the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.