Siding Repair Clark County

Clark County Siding Repair

Siding Repair Clark CountyHome exteriors don’t last forever. If your siding is showing any evidence of rot or permanent damage, there may be more problems underneath. At Elite Home Exteriors, we specialize in full-service siding replacement, maintenance, and siding repair repair in Clark County. We install every type of composite siding, like James Hardie and Owens Corning. We also make repairs to damaged siding.

Damages To Siding Need to Be Fixed

Your exterior siding is important to keeping your home protected against the elements. Whether you have cement composite siding or T1-11, your home needs a solid barrier against the wind, rain, hail, and other forces of nature.

Committed to Quality, Rain or Shine

Siding Damage Inspections

Siding damage can sometimes be difficult to see with the naked eye. Our exterior experts know what to look for in terms of wood rot, cracks, or other structural problems that could worsen the integrity of your home unless repairs are made immediately.

Wood Siding

For homes with wood siding, the climate and weather reduce the life of your exterior. Power washing and re-applying wood stain is a constant maintenance process. And when cedar wood or T1-11 siding becomes rotten, the once-solid wood can crumble under the slightest touch.

  • Cracked or split boards
  • Dry rot
  • Faded color
  • Moss growth
  • Bug infestations

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding can be a great choice for budget-minded homeowners. However, it is also prone to damage since it is less solid than composite cement or wood alternatives.

  • Warping
  • Discoloration
  • Bubbling
  • Peeling

Repairing Wood Siding

Most of the time, a complete tear-off and replacement of siding is the best option. After all, if the exterior is showing signs of damage, then it is even more likely that there is damage underneath, in the sub wall, trim around your windows, and elsewhere.

However, with T1-11 and cedar wood, damages are most common at the lowest level of your siding. To determine if your cedar or T1-11 siding can be patched, we inspect:

  • Check to see if the wood is soft or rotten
  • the base of your siding
  • the subwall underneath
  • the areas around your window

When repairs aren’t enough, consider investing in cement composite or fiber cement siding from Owens Corning, James Hardie, or other siding brands. Not only do we install these types of sidings that come in all different styles, but we also go the extra mile with making sure your sub wall, trim, and other areas are free of damage.

Call us for a Free Inspection and Estimate Today!