Winter has hit Utah and that means we are going to see a lot of homeowners deal with higher energy costs due to inefficient insulation and siding. Winter is always a difficult time to take on a home improvement project, especially one dealing with the exterior of your home. Should you install new siding in the winter, or is it best to wait until the spring and summer? Here are some things to consider is you want to install vinyl siding in the winter.
When you want to install siding, your chances of getting a quick appointment are likely to occur. We often have open slots due to a lower demand in the winter months. What this means for you is not only will we be able to come out to your home sooner, the entire project can be done faster as we have a dedicated winter crew working on projects this time of year.
Our rates can be lower in the colder months as suppliers are able to send over more products and supplies without the expensive costs due to a higher demand. If you want to find vinyl siding for your home, winter is a great time to purchase it because the costs are lower. Unlimited Siding has the necessary supplies and equipment needed to work on a home in the winter months to ensure effective installation of your new vinyl siding.
Reduced Buckling Concerns
When you install vinyl siding in the summer, there is a higher risk of having the siding expand and lead to buckling problems. Fall and early winter are ideal times to install vinyl siding before it becomes too cold where the siding can crack from the cold air. We recommend siding be installed when the temperatures are above 40 degrees to reduce the risk of cracking in the winter.