June 1, 2012

Residential Siding FAQ
Minneapolis Siding FAQ | MN siding tips

Home Siding Frequently Asked Questions


How can I tell if my siding is bad?

Depending on the type of siding you have on your house you may see an appearance of fungus, possible separation of seams,  signs of rotting.  Other signs would include caulking failure, moisture on the inside of your home, cracks or splits in your siding, paint failure and delaminating could all be red flags that you need to replace the siding on your home.

For more information on your Twin Cities, MN home and a free consultation, contact Stinson Services.

Why should I reside my Home?

Residing your home will give it a new fresh look to your neighborhood. A new siding job can rejuvenate the look of an older home as well as reduce costs of previous upkeep and maintenance problems. Siding is one of the key components that protects your home from the elements. Your selections of siding has gone up in the past years, as style, color and materials being used have been upgraded.

How long does a Twin Cities, MN siding job take?

A typical Twin Cities MN siding job, once started, will take 5-14 business days depending on the size and style of the home. A siding crew will typically work 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday (sometimes Saturdays depending on the job). Professionally trained siding crews will assure that your home is in good hands and the job is done professionally the first time.




Written By Thor Josefson