Siding Installation, Replacement, and Repair in Dallas, , TX
SIDING REPAIRIf your siding has holes, dents, or cracks, our team of professionals can help repair it. Whether the damage is from pests, weather, or time, we can help fix little issues before they turn into bigger problems.
SIDING REPLACEmentSometimes the damage is extensive enough that your siding needs to be replaced - or maybe you're just looking for a change. Whatever your situation, our All Star home experts can take down your old siding and install something fresh and new.
SIDING INSTALLATIONBuilding a new house? We can help install the perfect siding for you. Our expert team will take measurements, handle installation, and clean up after.
Monday 8am to 6pm
Tuesday 8am to 6pm
Wednesday 8am to 6pm
Thursday 8am to 6pm
Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday 8am to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 6pm
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Types of Siding we offer
VinylVinyl is a very popular siding option available in many different colors. While not as durable as some other materials, vinyl is still good for most homes. In Dallas, you may worry about vinyl siding getting damaged by hail. One of our local experts can inspect your home and let you know if they recommend vinyl for you.
WoodWood siding can be expensive up front, but many homeowners like it for its classic look and how easy it is to paint. Wood also attracts pests like termites, but if the damage is caught early, it's generally easy to fix.
MetalMetal can also be expensive up front but is extremely durable and (unlike wood) doesn't tend to attract pests. One potential downside of metal is that it can rust, so you may want to visually inspect it whenever your part of Texas gets heavy rain. Talk to your local All Star Home siding pro to learn more.
Fiber CementFiber cement can be very expensive, but this siding materials lasts a very long time and often comes with a long warranty. Fiber cement is low-maintenance and noncombustible.
Common siding problems
Cracks, Holes, and DamageMinor damage to your siding is expected and common. Siding cracks can be caused by general wear and tear, humidity, rain, or changes in temperature. Holes can be caused by things like hail or stray baseballs hitting the siding, or by bugs and birds. If your brand new siding begins to crack, or siding of any age is frequently getting damaged in the same place, it could be a sign of poor installation or other underlying issues. Our All Star Home experts can perform an inspection and tell you what the root cause of the issue could be.
Buckling and WarpingIf your siding is buckling or warping, water damage is the most likely culprit. Water damage can be internal or external, and we strongly suggest letting one of our All Star Home siding experts investigate to find the cause of the problem. After the source of the damage is fixed, any warped siding can be replaced to make your home look good as new.
MoistureAs described above, moisture issues can lead to a host of siding problems. Excessive moisture can also cause mold and rotting, particularly on wooden siding. If left unchecked, moisture damage can spread from your siding to your windows and doors. If the siding on your house in Dallas has any issues, it's always smart to schedule a professional inspection to determine if moisture damage is the root cause.
PestsWhat your siding is made of will influence how much it attracts pests. Natural materials like wood are more likely to attract bugs and animals than materials like fiber cement. Common pests to be on the lookout for in Dallas include
Fading or Missing PaintNormal weather will cause your siding paint to fade over time. Dallas gets a lot of sunlight, which can lead to faster fading from UV rays. Severe weather, such as storms, can also wear away at the paint. Extreme temperatures (like the heat in Dallas), or extreme temperature swings, can speed up fading as well. When this happens, you might decide to repaint your siding or replace it entirely.
Noisy SidingSiding will sometimes make noise simply due to a change in temperature. When it gets hot, your siding may audibly expand. If the noise frequently happens, especially on windy days or during bad weather, parts of your siding may be coming loose. If you can find where the noise is coming from, tightening a few screws in the right place may fix the problem. However, if the noise is getting worse or if your siding is old, it might be time to replace some or all of it. A professional inspection can help you determine which is the case.
THE ALL STAR HOME DIFFERENCE
Every house is unique, so we offer customized siding solutions to fit your specific needs. Whether you need installation, repair, or replacement, we'll work with you to find the right solution for you. We take into account things like the local climate, your home's style, and your budget to provide top-tier service.
One of our experienced professionals will inspect your home and siding. We'll determine what (if any) improvements or replacements are needed and make a recommendation.
Our team will provide a free estimate for your siding project, striving to make the best possible offer. We'll leave pricing that's good for one year.
We'll repair your siding or install new siding. All of our services are supported with high-quality materials and expert techniques.
We focus on keeping our customers happy, tailoring our work to your specific needs to ensure you're completely satisfied with the outcome.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Answers to some questions we get a lot. If you don’t see a satisfactory answer here, try contacting us here.
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How Often Should I Replace My Siding?
- Vinyl: 10-30 years
- Wood: 20-40 years (may need to be refinished every 5 years or so)
- Metal: 20-50 years
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- Fiber Cement: 50+ years
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