Siding Installation and Repair

Siding is a very important investment you have to make, whether you are adding to existing siding or replacing it entirely. It is necessary that you are well-informed before making your choice about siding your house, because it is something you typically only do once and so you live with the results for a long time.

At Covenant Roofing, we provide insulated vinyl siding—siding that is primed and painted freshly with ColorPlus. Several profiles and styles are available to suit your home. With our years of experience and detailed craftsmanship, our professional and licensed installers will create a custom exterior design that will exceed your expectations.

The outlook of your house can be enhanced by vinyl siding, especially with the colors and styles available.

Siding Replacement: Making the Covenant Choice

The process of replacing your vinyl siding can either be extremely difficult or it can be an enjoyable experience; it all depends on the contractor you hire. You can be assured that we at Covenant Roofing will satisfy you—we have built a reputation for customer satisfaction.  We promise there will be no negative surprises or hidden costs.

For wood houses that start to look old on the outside, vinyl siding is the perfect solution to give your home a fresh, natural look. Our vinyl is made to be a wood-like product and it comes with the option of a “woodgrain” finish.

This siding is famous in North Carolina because most of their homes were majorly constructed with products of wood siding.

Insulated siding comes with the following benefits:

  • Some products can allow vapor permeability.
  • Enhanced impact-resistance.
  • Increases R value (R-3 or higher).
  • Better sound control.

Siding Vinyl

More About Vinyl Siding:

Technology has improved vinyl siding, making it UV-resistant. This means that ultra violet rays can now resisted by UV stabilizers at the higher end of the vinyl siding. A spectrally selective UV coating is added by manufacturers to filter out UV rays that can destroy the PVC that sidings are made of.

Compared to other types of sidings, vinyl consumes less energy. About 2 billion square feet of vinyl siding is produced yearly, so lots of energy is being saved. Naturally, vinyl has heat-saving and insulating capacity that enables it to save energy and reduce consumer utility bills. With this vinyl siding, no paints are needed, thereby avoiding the toxic pollution that is inherent with paint use. Vinyl is also extremely low-maintenance.