Siding Replacement



 

Enhance Your Home’s Value


Siding is one of the most important and expansive surface areas of your home. Over time, the siding of your home inevitably needs replacing. Whether it’s damaged from inclement weather, or time has caused fading, rotting, cracking, or warping, it can take away from the aesthetics of your home’s exterior. Not only can this impact the overall appearance of your home, but rotted or damaged siding can cause structural damage, leading to reduced protection overall. In addition to basic functionality and an improved exterior, replacing your siding can increase the value of your home. Should you want to put your home on the market down the road, replacing your siding can increase your home’s curb appeal, leading to a higher resale value. For increased aesthetics and value, as well as improved protection, replacing your siding is a simple solution.
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Why Should You Replace Your Siding?




Damage from the elements --- rain, snow, wind, etc.

Rotted siding leading to structural damage

Wear and tear over time

Higher resale value

Improved curb appeal

Home Improvement Made Simple


At T&G Enterprise, we want to help you improve not only the look of your home, but also its value. Working closely with you throughout the entire project, we provide high-quality products and stellar customer service. When it comes to the siding of your home, exceptional durability paired with fade-resistant colors are essential. With a variety of textures such as clapboard, shiplap, beaded, shakes, or shingles, we can work with you to find the siding that will transform your house into your dream home. Don’t let home improvement projects seem like a hassle. Allow T&G Enterprise to alleviate the burden, resulting in a smooth process and a transformed home.
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Upgrade Your Home’s Curb Appeal & Protect Against Structural Damage with New Siding

Contact us today by calling (804) 305-2250 or filling out the form, and we’ll be in touch with you shortly!
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