Yes, as long as it was a covered loss. 4lifeguild
Aluminum siding would be slightly noisier. Some of the cons of aluminum siding include scratching and denting. Aluminum siding is easy to scratch, which reveals the bare aluminum beneath the surface. It is also easily dented by small objects such as stones or hail.
Yes, you can paint on Aluminum Siding as long as you use exterior paint.
The weigh of aluminum siding depends on its thickness. Most aluminum siding weighs anywhere from 40 to 50 pounds per 100 square feet.
Plastic siding offers a less expensive alternative to aluminum siding. It comes in a variety of colors and textures to give the homeonwner more choices. Plastic siding is more durable and less susecptable to scratches and dents. However plastic siding is more flammable than aluminum.
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You can paint your siding. First you should clean the siding thoroughly making sure that you completely rinse the cleaning solution from the siding. If your siding has any damage you should use a primer. The oil-based primer should be thinned with one pint of paint thinner for each gallon of primer used. You should also check if your siding is aluminum or galvanized steel. that would determine if you should use an oil based or latex paint.
Depending on your preference, either type of siding works well. Aluminum siding is less costly, but will dent easily and needs painted every few years. Vinyl siding may cost more and can crack in extreme temperatures, but it is extremely low maintenance compared to aluminum siding.
Aluminum siding makes your house looks better and more importantly keeps it warm. One of the best companies is called mastic. They really do a good job. By visiting wwwm.mastic.com com you can buy aluminum siding.
Home ownership can provide a rewarding sense of fulfillment, but also requires financial responsibility. Home maintenance costs can reach thousands of dollars every year, and unforeseen problems can cost even more. One excellent way to save on home maintenance costs is with aluminum siding. Traditional wood siding requires repainting every few years, pest control treatments, and mildew and fungal treatments. Using advanced polymers and alloys, aluminum siding provides a beautiful and durable alternative to traditional siding. Aluminum siding never needs to be painted, resists pest damage such as termites, and can be treated to prevent mildew. Aluminum siding is also easy to clean, using regular soap and water.
Use silicone caulk color matched to the siding.
The best way to install aluminum siding is to first put in the underlayment. Next, one adds the corner posts, footers, F-channels, and caulk. From here, one can start adding the aluminum siding
Aluminum siding brakes are a very important part of bikes. If the siding brake on one's bike should break, they definitely should make it a priority to replace it.
For the best results when painting aluminum siding, only an experienced, licensed, professional painter familiar with working with aluminum siding should be used. This vast experience will ensure that the job is done right the first time and that the painting results will be durable and of high quality. The layman shouldn't ever tackle such a painting project because painting aluminum siding is a challenging and tedious process. Such aluminum siding specialists can be found via referrals from other licensed contractors, such as roofers, carpenters and electricians. Moreover, the local Better Business Bureau can be contacted for recommendations to highly skilled aluminum siding painters.
Aluminum siding provides a durable and attractive finish to a home. Popular since World War II when aluminum products began to flood the market, aluminum siding is still the top choice of many homeowners who are seeking to improve the value and appearance of their property.
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It really depends on your insurance co., Auto Owners Ins. doesn't cover asbestos removal, just found out today after my aluminum siding was damaged in hail storm and seen that I had asbestos siding under it and said they don't cover it.
yes no denting or scratching paint will fade on the metal siding and much harder to buy these days
Yes, subject to your deductible unless wind damage is specifically excluded.
Typically yes. Read your policy under Perils Insured Against. Usually if it is not excluded then it is included.
The best way to paint aluminum siding is to use a 100% acrylic exterior paint. You will need to clean the siding first, pressure washing is recommended, and then apply the paint. You can spray, roll or brush the paint on.
Maybe, consult your agent or claims department and ask. Who did the work? If it was you most likely not. If it was a contractor, his insurance will cover you.
Damaged SidingHomeowners insurance policies provide coverage against PERILS such as wind, water, fire, lightning, etc. If your home was damaged by water/moisture due to worn or deteriorated siding and you have an all-risk policy, then the resultant interior water damage may be covered once you have repaired the defective siding product that caused the damage. The defective or worn out siding itself would not be covered. There is no coverage to replace the siding itself if it is just worn out or defective. This would be a home maintenance issue.If the siding has been damaged by an event (tree fell on it, it was struck by flying debris) then repair of the siding may also be covered.AnswerAdditionally, if you have Masonite or asbestos roofing or siding, it is well known as a defective, obsolete product. What is the value? If it has no value how can you claim a loss on the product. I have been asked several times to value this product. Since it cannot be valued, how can you have a loss? The old adage is if it has no value it cannot be damaged. you cannot discern a dollars amount of damage to a penny!
There are many different sizes and designs for houses, and they do not all need the same amount of siding.
About 40 cents a pound.
Soap and water will remove egg from aluminum siding. If you use a high powered pressure washer to get the surface wet and then scrub with some soap it will rinse right off.