Siding Replacement-Now or Later?


Old 10-24-17, 03:44 PM
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Siding Replacement-Now or Later?

My house was built in 1940. The walls are thinner and hollow inside. I have arranged for a contractor to come and insulate them. For that, I have to remove and reinstall two pieces of the aluminum siding along the walls. The question is:

Since these pieces have to be replaced, does it make sense to remove all siding, insulate the walls as intended, but also thicken them at the same time and install new siding? Or just insulate walls now and thicken later?

I am under pressure to do a kitchen renovation and am not sure how much that would cost yet.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 10-24-17, 04:00 PM
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I wouldn't remove all the siding for 2 pieces.
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