Can You Replace Your Siding and Windows at the Same Time?

If you’re thinking about completely redoing the exterior of your home in one go, the possibility of replacing your windows…
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Jacob Wadding

If you’re thinking about completely redoing the exterior of your home in one go, the possibility of replacing your windows and siding at the same time may have entered your mind. Is it possible? And if it is, is it even practical? Well, the short answer to that is a resounding yes! If your budget allows, replacing your windows and siding at the same time is actually a great idea because you can potentially save a lot of time and money according to a trusted home siding replacement company

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What if You Can’t Afford To Do Both?

Now that we know that it is indeed possible, what if you simply can’t afford to undertake a siding and window replacement at the same time? Remember, replacing a single window in your home can cost between $300 to $700—and that’s just for a single window. Top it off with a whole-house siding replacement project and you’re looking at a hefty sum.

Unfortunately, many homeowners simply do not have that much cash lying around the house. If you have to choose one project over another, even your siding contractor will probably tell you that you should prioritize your windows. This is because installers will likely add new windows before they add new siding anyway.

There are exceptions to this rule, of course. If a recent storm has significantly damaged your siding while leaving your windows intact, for instance. If this is the case, it makes more sense to arrange to have it replaced first. 

Whether you are in need of a minor roof repair or are looking for a reputable contractor to install brand new windows throughout your home, turn to the experts at ARCH Exteriors, LLC to exceed all your expectations. Give us a call today at (877) 214-2831 or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate today.

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Your home is probably the most expensive thing you own. When you hire somebody to make improvements, you want high-quality work. In addition, you hope they’ll take the same care you would. You want someone with a good reputation, legitimate credentials, well established, using quality materials, and who charges a fair price. For over 11 years, I have worked hard to provide all of those benefits to my clients. One of the major reasons we have been able to do that is our ability to keep highly qualified personnel. Our workers are well trained, properly motivated, and managed professionally. I make certain that I convey measurable systems and procedures that our team understands and can readily follow.

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