Our Danvers weather can be brutal – from heavy rain to intense snowstorms. While we are safe in our homes, enjoying warmth and comfort, home exteriors take a beating. The siding and roof are especially vulnerable to severe storms and constant exposure to the elements.
If your siding has started to deteriorate – or just looks old and worn – then it might be time to invest in new siding. A&A Services Home Improvement is an expert at siding installation and repair. As part of our services, we provide free estimates, where we’ll inspect your exterior components and provide you with a solution to address any issues that we discover.
Just because a major storm has passed through recently doesn’t mean that you need to invest in new siding. There are, however, some warning signs that your siding needs to be updated. These include the following:
Siding installation can dramatically improve your home’s curb appeal as well as increase protection from the elements. A&A Services Home Improvement has over 35 years of experience assisting homeowners in the Danvers area with their home improvement needs. Talk to us to learn more about how we can help you. Schedule your free estimate today by contacting us at (978) 741-0424 or by filling out our online form.
First time client with A & A. From initial quote to completion, these guy were great. I would use Ed and his team at A & A again in a heartbeat. Wish I found them years ago.
A & A services owner Chris Z. and his whole team are professional, energetic, knowledgable, and thorough. The siding and gutters they put on my house are impeccably done and make my home look brand new!!!!
Just wrapped up a siding project in Danvers MA. The front side of the home is vinyl singles and the remaining 3 side are 4"clapboards. In this day and age there are so many options on siding it can make your head spin. If you need help planning out your siding project please think of A&A services. Chris Zorzy signing off from Danvers Ma😀
Securing a roof project on a job where the customer experienced a decent amount of interior damage from an ice dam situation on a relatively new roof that most likely is lacking ice and water protection so it has to be stripped and done by a professional now
Helped another lady rip down a dangling gutter and fascia system that the ice took down. The last contractor only put a few nails (the wrong kind) into the fascia which was nailed to rotted rafter tail ends and the roof has no ice and water underpayment at te bottom. So we will now be doing carpentry gutters and roofing, mainly because of shoddy workmanship by shoddy contractors
Tarp ing off a leaky roof for a new customer in Danvers in preparation for a rainstorm to keep him out of the water until next week when I can get to the roof project. The previous roofing contractor should have pushed to redo the skylites when the roof job happened because they have seen their life.