You're ready to start the process of re-siding your home, but what's the first step? Hiring a contractor can help you navigate the process with ease as you weigh house siding options and cost. Your contractor will introduce you to the steps to re-siding a house and more, and the best siding contractors will stick by your side every step of the way.
In this hiring a contractor checklist you'll find expert guidance in connecting with the right contractor for your re-side project, including questions to ask and quick tips. Let's get started!
You might be wondering "How do I hire the right contractor, and what does the right contractor look like?" Use this step-by-step checklist to help you find a siding expert who will partner with you, work with your budget, and help you achieve a look for your home you'll love.
Before you hire a contractor for re-siding, there are a few questions for contractors that will be helpful during your initial conversations. Starting conversations about the following topics can be useful for hiring the right contractor and getting the look you want for your home.
Use these conversation starters in step three of the how to hire a contractor checklist above.
When you’re re-siding your home, you’ll want to choose a product that is durable, versatile and beautiful. LP SmartSide engineered wood siding checks all the boxes and more. Available pre-primed or in 16 prefinished colors, LP SmartSide Trim & Siding is made with the SmartGuard® process, which gives it four components of protection to resist hail, wind, moisture, fungal decay and termites. It’s also easier to install than other siding materials, which means your contractor may be able to complete your re-side faster.
Check out our trim and siding product page to explore our variety of timeless, durable LP SmartSide offerings you can request your contractor use on your home.
Re-siding your home can completely transform its look and increase curb appeal exponentially, but completing a re-side is a big job and a significant investment. If you've never done it, it's hard to know what to expect and how to prepare for a siding replacement.
Board and batten style siding is enjoying a resurgence as a way to create visual interest in an otherwise blank wall. Many believe board and batten style is a timeless look that can leave your home's exterior with major curb appeal for years to come.