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Siding Replacement – Why Replacement Shouldn’t Be a DIY Job

If you’re looking to replace your siding, it’s important to understand why hiring a professional is crucial for proper installation. Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t try to do this job yourself.

It’s easy to damage your house

If you don’t have the expertise to replace your siding, there’s a good chance you’ll damage your house in the process. The siding on homes varies in thickness and composition depending on where they were built. This makes it difficult to know exactly how much pressure is required to remove it without causing damage or tearing out pieces of trim or framing along with it.

You can also easily cause damage by using the wrong tools or applying too much force when removing nails or screws holding down trim boards around windows and doors. If your gutters are attached by brackets that go through holes drilled into your home’s frame (as opposed to being screwed directly into studs), these brackets will need to be removed before replacing them after installing new siding so that they don’t get covered up again when installing new siding panels over top them later on down the road if not done correctly now though then this could lead

to leaks later down the road due to water getting trapped behind those brackets which means more money spent later down the road having someone come back out here again just so we can fix everything else upright again.

Your warranty is voided if you don’t use a licensed contractor.

When you replace your siding, the warranty on your new siding will be voided if you don’t use licensed siding contractors.

The reason for this is that warranties are only valid for work performed by licensed contractors. If you hire an unlicensed contractor to install new siding on your home and something goes wrong with it, then chances are good that your warranty will be voided because he or she didn’t have any credentials or proof of experience in installing this type of product.

Siding installation can be dangerous and should be done by professionals

Siding installation is an extremely dangerous job. Even a small mistake can lead to serious injury or even death, so it’s best to leave this type of work up to professionals who know what they’re doing.

Here are some common hazards that you should avoid while working on your siding:

  1. Hazards caused by the tools used in siding replacement (e.g., hammers) and how they could injure you if mishandled
  2. Hazards posed by falling objects (e.g., bricks) that may hit or knock over workers performing repairs on their house’s exterior

Siding replacement should always be done by a professional siding company. It’s a lot more than just putting up new panels on your house; there are many different types of siding, each with its installation requirements. If you want your job done right, then it’s best to leave it up to someone who knows what they’re doing.