Find a vinyl siding repair professional near Hammond, IN

Find a vinyl siding repair professional near Hammond, IN

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Top 4 Vinyl Siding Repair Professionals near Hammond, IN

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Taigan Construction
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Exceptional 5.0


Exceptional 5.0


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  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Hammond, IN
Dave L. says, "I can’t say enough for Taigan, how fast, professional, and helpful his team was. I had a lot of small, very strange projects that added up to quite a big one, that was in between handyman level and remodeling/building contractor level, so I was unsure who to contact. I had contacted Thumbtack by phone to explain my uncertainty (as opposed to multiple, more straightforward projects that I have successfully used Thumbtack for using only the app), and I didn’t realize that the Thumbtack rep had sent my request to two different contractors. One responded immediately, and I had an appointment for an estimate the next morning. Taigon responded a couple hours later, and upon hearing that I was getting another estimate, offered to come out and look that same night. I still kept the appointment the next morning, but thankfully I went with Taigon. He seemed a lot more confident about being able to get my complicated requests done and pitched solutions, whereas the other seemed doubtful they could do it. The project was done while I was out of town for work, but Taigon kept me posted with texts and pictures. They started less than a week after the first meeting, and I was amazed that his team got it all done in two days (plus a couple hours for cleanup and touchup paint a third day). Taigon sent receipt pictures for all materials, the cost of which came in a lot lower than I was expecting. There was a water-damaged utility room in the main house (the leaky roof had been fixed a few months prior), where Taigon replaced the soggy/sagging drywall and patched all holes in the ceiling. That same room had an old unused square coal chute just below modern day ground level, where dirt was caving into the room and collapsing the bricks on the patio. They filled the hole with concrete, leveled out the ground, and replaced the caved in bricks. There was a hole in the wall in the Coach House where emergency plumbers had to access/repair frozen/burst pipes during this winter’s extreme Deep Freeze. Taigon patched the old hole and installed a ground level vent to allow warm air into that column with the shower pipes to prevent the same pipe freezing from happening in future winters. The Coach House washer/dryer had to be replaced, and the new model didn’t quite fit in the available space, so I had partially demolished the adjacent wall so that it could fit. With the vent aluminum in the back, it also ended up sticking out about half an inch into the old door’s ground track. Between that and the 5-inch wider doorway, the old door was useless, and it was a very awkward space to work with because of an overhang just to the left. I thought they were going to have to build out a frame with 2x4’s to hang a new door solution (also encroaching on a narrow walkway to the kitchen), but Taigon managed to get a new door that matched the old one surprisingly well, works to be able to open/close the dryer, and didn’t have to have some awkward protruding doorframe. They replaced a leaky bathroom faucet and managed to find the exact same model. They replaced rusty/loose hinges on the back door to the main house, which was not closing or locking properly without a lot of manhandling (a security concern for the renters, as both apartments use that door to take out the trash). And the Coach House has a severe lack of storage - there’s only a small coat closet by the front door. The Utility Closet is completely taken up by the water heater / sump drainage / furnace / washer and dryer. There was nowhere to store a broom, mop, and vacuum cleaner. I suspected that underneath the stairs to the semi-finished attic level there was just empty/unused space where I could put in a closet. That same night Taigon came over for the estimate, we cut a couple square viewing holes in the drywall, and were shocked to discover a 15 foot drop to a 6x15 hidden “room” of unused space between the back wall of the first floor kitchen and the exterior wall of the house (it’s a very awkwardly remodeled Coach House and I recently purchased the property). Given the tight space to work and the drop to the floor below, I thought my hopes for a real closet were dashed and they were probably going to end ip patching our viewing holes. (he suggested a small cupboard-sized chest-level linen closet, which is better than nothing but wouldn’t solve my broom/vacuum problem). I was shocked to see they ultimately were able to give me a full storage closet. I left fairly ambiguous instructions, as I had more problems than solutions. I was very impressed with how well they addressed all of my concerns, and was blown away by how quickly they got it all done. Taigon is very professional, I highly recommend, and I will happily hire his team again."See more

Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

How much does vinyl siding cost?

Vinyl siding usually costs between $2 and $6 per square foot to install. But because many factors — insulation, house size, etc. — can influence the total cost, you should always request price quotes from at least three siding contractors near you.

To find out how vinyl siding prices compare to prices for other materials, read our siding cost guide.

What is vinyl siding?

Vinyl siding is a form of plastic siding that’s known for its durability, affordability and low-maintenance qualities. It’s also relatively easy to install and versatile. It comes in different styles and colors, and it can mimic the appearance of wood and other materials. 

What can you use to clean vinyl siding?

To clean your vinyl siding, use a soft cloth (or a soft bristle brush) and a general cleaner. Make sure the cleaner you use doesn’t contain any of the following, according to the Vinyl Siding Institute:

  • Organic solvents
  • Undiluted chlorine bleach
  • Liquid grease remover
  • Nail polish remover
  • Furniture polish or cleaner

After cleaning, rinse your siding thoroughly. For the best results, you can also hire a professional vinyl siding cleaner near you.

How long does vinyl siding last?

Vinyl siding can last up to 60 years, according to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. However, you need to stay on top of repairs, maintenance and cleaning if you want your siding to last a long time.

To extend your vinyl siding’s lifespan, hire a professional who can clean and repair your siding as needed.

How many square feet are in a box of vinyl siding?

A box of vinyl siding typically contains 200 square feet of material. Most vinyl siding comes in two squares per box, and a “square” equals 100 square feet.

How do you remove vinyl siding?

Homeowners can remove vinyl siding by using a removal tool, such as a zip tool. Removing the siding yourself may save you money. But if you’re not an experienced DIY-er (or you just don’t want to do this task on your own), you can hire a siding contractor to handle this for you.

Where can you buy vinyl siding?

You can buy vinyl siding at many home improvement stores. You can also ask your vinyl siding installer if they can provide the siding for your house residing project. 

What kind of paint can you use on vinyl siding?

If you’re thinking about painting your vinyl siding, choose a paint that has acrylic or urethane resins to help it stick to the vinyl. Many experts recommend choosing an exterior latex urethane paint. 

However, you should always find out from your vinyl siding manufacturer if your warranty will be void if you decide to paint it, states the Vinyl Siding Institute.

What do you put under vinyl siding?

When installing vinyl siding, a contractor will ensure the following is underneath:

  • Sheathing or backerboard
  • Insulation (blown, house wrap, sheet)
  • Furring strips
  • Water-resistive barrier

vinyl siding installer can help ensure you have everything you need before they add the siding to your house.

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