Why Vinyl Siding Bubbles
If you’re reading this blog, there’s a chance that the vinyl siding on your home appears to be bubbling. While this can be pretty disheartening to see, it’s not unnatural — it has happened to many homeowners across the country. And while our team can repair the problem at hand, it’s still pertinent to know how this phenomenon can occur in the first place; let us explain.
Although vinyl siding is a popular choice because it can withstand the elements, being pelted with direct sunlight can cause it to bubble or bulge. But, in actuality, it’s not so much the rays from the sun causing a brunt of the damage, it’s the reflection of those rays being pelted off of windows from your neighbor’s homes that leads to the bubbling.
If your home is poorly insulated, that can cause the siding to bubble or bulge. As it turns out, if you have the heat constantly blaring within your humble abode at full force, without insulation, that heat can escape and take a toll on your external siding — resulting in the unsettling view.
Speaking of heat — while there aren’t blistering, desert-like days during Plantsville summers, homeowners in other parts of the country tend to encounter bubbling insulation more often. As mentioned earlier, although vinyl siding can be considered a “warrior” when compared to other types of siding, there is a possibility that it can fare under constant extreme external heat — such as that found in Arizona.
At Above the Rest Roofing and Siding, you’ll find reliable, dedicated, and licensed siders that you can count on. Whether it’s the installation of new siding or you’re looking to replace or repair your current siding, our team’s efficient skill set is the perfect combination for you and your home.
Ready to talk about your next siding project? Call us at (860) 329-6634 to get started!