How to Remove an Old Wood-Shake Siding?

Answer Wood-shake siding deteriorates with age and requires replacing. The attractive siding is left to weather naturally, and although it is typically made from cedar, a rot-resistant wood, it does slow... Read More »

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How to Remove Wood Stain Overspray From Vinyl Siding?

If you want to stain or paint a deck that is already built, you have little choice but to apply the stain or paint very close to the side of your house. If you make one little mistake you can have ... Read More »

How do I remove the wood overspray protector from vinyl siding?

Act FastImmediately take a dry cloth that is clean and wipe the overspray from the vinyl siding. When the product dries, it is a lot harder to get off and it will take more time. If it has dried an... Read More »

Homemade Shake Siding?

Shake siding is a traditional siding that has been used for centuries in parts of the United States. Back before the age of discount building supply and big box stores, homeowners used to split the... Read More »

Can vinyl siding be installed over wood lap siding?

Vinyl siding can be installed over wood lap siding. The wood lap siding should be checked for rot and termite damage and repaired before being sided over. It may also be necessary to install vertic... Read More »