Exterior siding is a great way to completely revamp the look of your home. As one of the best siding companies in Omaha, McKinnis works to enhance curb appeal while also improving the resale value of your home by reducing maintenance needs and improving insulation.
Low-maintenance Omaha siding solutions can make your home more energy-efficient while reducing lifetime maintenance costs. Forget about scraping and repainting – new siding materials can last for decades while keeping your home secure from the elements.
Nationwide studies time and again show that fiber cement and vinyl siding are among the top home improvement projects in terms of return on investment. A one-time investment in new siding can pay dividends in improving energy efficiency, reducing maintenance, and increasing your home’s resale value.
Insulated siding products can help reduce energy transfer through your home’s walls, keeping you warm and cozy all winter and cool in the summer. In the extremes of Midwestern weather, this is a change you’ll see in your monthly utility bill – and you’ll see it for years to come.
Don’t delay siding maintenance — small issues can quickly create big problems. Ask us about preventative maintenance recommendations, or call anytime for emergency repairs.
Is your siding old, broken or just plain outdated? Start saving money on energy while increasing your home’s value.
Omaha real estate and construction experts agree that traditional siding and exteriors should be repainted every five to seven years in a challenging climate as we have here in the Midwest. Consider the cost of repainting your home again and again. Add the insulating benefits and the increase in resale value, and you’ll see that new siding is truly an investment that pays dividends.
Vinyl, fiber cement, composite, metal – what’s right for you? Every choice has distinct advantages. Our Omaha siding experts at McKinnis will walk you through the options and make a recommendation that fits your needs and your budget.
Constant exposure to the elements means the soffit and fascia are prone to age faster than other parts of a home. Soffit and fascia repair or replacement oftentimes needs to be done before roofing or siding. Beyond the functional benefits of ventilation, these finishing touches can add a distinctive look to your home.
Proper soffit venting gives year-round benefits, including cooler attics in the summer and drier attics in the winter, reducing energy costs, and halting the development of ice dams. A good flow of air can prevent moisture buildup, stopping the growth of mold and the deterioration of interior studs, joists, and insulation.