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White Bear Lake

(651) 407-1987


(320) 587-5225

Professional Siding Installation

Professional Siding Installation by Bear Roofing & Exteriors.Great Customer Service | Quality Products | Expert Installers

Siding is your home's first line of defense against the elements. Improperly installed or failing siding can lead to interior water damage, drafts and higher utility bills. The exterior siding of your home consists of three major components.

  • Siding
  • Soffit
  • Fascia

Your Home's Siding

There are tell-tale signs that your home's siding is in need of replacement.

  • Warped Siding  The most important thing your siding does is to protect the interior structure and living space from water. Warped siding can allow water to get behind it causing studs and interior walls to stain, rot and mold.

  • Rotted Siding  Peeling paint is an indicator that your siding is deteriorating and may fail to adequately protect your home from the elements. Soft or crumbling wood are serious signs that the wood is rotted and should be replaced soon.
    • Peeling paint on aluminum or steel siding does not indicate rotting. They are very low maintenance options that frequently begin to peel after years of exposure to the elements. Your options are to paint the siding every few years or replace it.

  • Storm or Sun Damage  Any damage to your home's siding that has the potential to act as a path for water to infiltrate into the interior of the walls should be addressed. Vinyl or wood siding with cracks or holes are obvious indicators of trouble.

There are many options available to you for siding your home that include hardieplank (cement board), vinyl, steel and aluminum. Bear Roofing & Exteriors has over 20 years of experience siding homes just like yours.

Our knowledgeable sales team will guide you through the entire process of installing your new siding.

  • Help you decide which siding materials are best suited for your needs.
  • Measure your home's exterior and provide you with an accurate estimate.
  • Work with your insurance company when dealing with storm or other damage covered under your policy.
  • Help with color selection and other options that will maximize the curb appeal and value of your home.

Hardieplank Siding (Cement Board)

  • Look of wood without the hassle maintenance.
  • Very durable.
  • Available in traditional ship-lap boards and panels.
  • Termite resistant.
  • Water resistant.
  • None Combustible.

Vinyl Siding

  • Affordable.
  • Offers a variety of options and accessories.
  • Requires little maintenance.
  • Long product life.

Steel or Aluminum Siding

  • Low Maintenance.
  • Durable.
  • Does not absorb moisture, helps to prevent mold growth.
  • Unfriendly to insects.
  • Variety of textures and other options available.
  • Increases the value of your home.

Your Home's Soffit

Soffit is the exposed siding underneath your roof's overhang. It is a layer of protection that serves three important purposes.

  • It helps to properly vent your home's attic. Proper airflow must be maintained for your attic area to prevent build up of moisture which can cause mold to form.
  • Proper attic airflow will also release heat during the hot summer months, helping to keep your home cool.
  • Keeps animals and insects from invading your home. Bees and wasps love to nestle up in soffit areas.

The soffit is typically well protected from the elements by the roof. There are several signs that may indicate it is time to replace your soffit.

  • Rotting soffit material.
  • Peeling paint.
  • Damage caused by infiltration of animals.
  • Soffit is warped, hanging loose or has fallen off the home.

Your Home's Fascia

Fascia is basically an extension of the soffit that is the exposed board you see on the front of your home's overhang. The fascia needs to be solid as it serves several important purposes.

  • Helps support the last row of shingles on the roof.
  • Your rain gutters are attached to the fascia.
  • Helps to support the soffit.

The fascia is exposed to the elements and needs to be properly maintained. There are several signs that may indicate it is time to replace your fascia.

  • Rotting fascia material.
  • Peeling paint.
  • Damage caused by infiltration of animals.
  • Fascia is warped, hanging loose or has fallen off the home.
Contact Bear Roofing & Exteriors to get started on your Siding, Soffit or Fascia repair project. We are local contractors who care about our customers. (651) 407-1987