White Glove Exteriors, the preferred siding company|siding contractor for North Canton, Akron and surrounding North East, OH for over 20 years. Now serving greater Missouri!
Siding Installation in Akron and North Canton, OH from White Glove Exteriors
We do not engage in high-pressure sales or gimmicks. If your siding needs work, we’ll let you know. Likewise, if it is in fine condition, we’ll confirm it. Not only is our service a great preventative measure, it’s also a great way to get to know us.
Installing siding is a relatively simple process once you know what you are doing. Our process typically begins with looking at your existing siding and seeing if it needs to be repaired or replaced. If there are enough issues that a replacement is in order, we usually tear down the existing siding unless you have T-11 siding (in which case we can sometimes build on top of your siding).
After the siding is removed, we will remove the vapor barrier, tape off the windows, waterproof, and install flashing on windows and trim. These steps are very important towards making sure that water does not enter your home.After the flashing is installed, we install trim and belly bands, install more flashing on the trim, add the siding, caulk it up, and clean up the whole project.
Siding Repair in Akron and North Canton, OH from White Glove Exteriors
When repairing your siding, it’s important to consider if it’s worth patching up an issue or if it would be best to repair the entire thing. For issues such as molds or cracks, that can be an issue that is indicative of a larger project.
Sometimes, siding damage can be caused by lawnmowers throwing rocks, barbecue grills melting portions of it, or weed whackers catching the edge. In these cases, you would probably want to repair a certain section. Your siding contractor should be able to identify whether or not you should repair or replace your siding.
If you opt to repair, make sure that you can find the exact match for your siding, in terms of product, type, and color — especially with older homes using products that may not be readily available.