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The weather is warm and the air is drying out. Your house has survived the harsh winter, and while you might be in the process of considering the average cost of bathroom remodel or insulation in windows, the truth is the exterior of your home is what actually needs some work! But what if you didn’t have to concentrate on the exterior? What if you could put something on your house that is durable, will add value to your home, doesn’t need year to year maintenance and will let you start thinking about interior budget remodeling? Is it too good to be true? Maybe. Or maybe we’re just talking about vinyl siding. Here are Mihalko’s General Contracting’s top three reasons why you should consider vinyl siding.

 

1. Vinyl Siding is Beautiful. Available in a range of patterns from the sleek and modern horizontal/vertical siding all the way to the classic fish scale siding, vinyl siding is for any styled home. Its spectrum of colors in which it is sold, will allow your home to fit into any location and yet continue to be your neighbors object envy.

2. Vinyl Siding is Durable. Recognized by both the International Residential Code and International Building Code for its exceptional rain screening performance, vinyl siding can withstand the elements of weather. Resisting heat, wind, cold and moisture, vinyl siding never needs repainting for it retains its beautiful appearance over time.

3. Vinyl Siding Adds Value. Without painting or brick laying, vinyl siding is one of the easiest siding jobs to do and is therefore one of the most inexpensive. The best part, however, is that this inexpensive siding job can actually add a few thousand dollars to the resale value of your home!

 

So before you break out those paint brushes or even think about touching that checkbook, consider vinyl siding. And when you finally make your choice, pick up that phone and call a contractor you can trust. Call a contractor that has been proudly serving the Johnstown PA, Latrobe PA and Altoona PA area for over 34 years. Call Mihalko’s General Contracting.

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