New siding enhances your home’s curb appeal and property value, but Franzoso doesn’t stop there. We also help you find ways to save precious dollars on your utility costs.
The Virtues of Vinyl
Vinyl, the most popular siding material, has dual layers that block air leakage in and out of the home.
Today’s advanced vinyl siding inherently prevents colder temperatures from penetrating your home’s exterior. Light-colored vinyl is especially effective in cooling heat from the sun’s direct rays to keep your interior space crisp and comfortable.
Older siding that is worn from age can cost you money on higher energy costs by increasing the loss of heat and cool air through gaps, cracks and crevices that open the way for moisture and drafts.
Franzoso Recommends Insulated Siding
To make your home’s exterior as energy-efficient as possible, Franzoso recommends insulated siding.
Siding with built-in insulation works like a blanket that keeps us warm in bed. You’ll notice the difference when your home keeps in more cool air more when it is hot out, and circulates warm air better during colder temperatures.
Be Eligible for Money-Saving Programs
Adding to the physical attributes of insulated siding is the financial benefit it affords homeowners: Insulated siding conserves energy so well that homeowners who use it may be eligible for government programs — such as Energy Star – that help pay for your utility costs.
If you are ready to replace your home’s exterior, insulated siding is by far the most cost-efficient choice for making your home energy-wiser. Apart from insulation, vinyl, steel and aluminum siding are proven to be more energy-efficient than other types of siding.