I recently bought a 1940s home in Kansas City. The cedar shake siding on the back of the house currently rests on the concrete walkway/driveway along the back of the house and is beyond repair. What can I do to replace the siding and prevent future rot?
I bought a house that has some siding damage. The bottom course of lap siding was touching the dirt for a while and needs to be replaced. Any advice for how to repair the lower siding without residing the whole house?
A tornado ripped through our Springfield, Missouri neighborhood last year. Thankfully, no one was hurt, but our home suffered some siding damage. Most of the problem stems from debris hitting the siding, which led to cracks and in a few cases, a serious dent. Can I repair the cracks and dents in my siding, or do I have to replace each damaged piece?