Insert the siding removal tool where the panels overlap and pull down and out.
Remove and reinstall vinyl siding.
Material cost includes dump fee.
Use the zip tool to release the buttlock at the top and bottom of the piece you want to remove.
Pull the piece of vinyl siding downward to disengage it from the course below it.
First remove the corner piece then slide the zip tool under the siding and loosen it up.
You ll need a zip tool to remove siding.
Locate the piece you want to remove and unlock the one above it with the zip tool photo 1 inset.
Installing a replacement piece of vinyl siding is the reverse of removing the damaged panel.
The beauty of vinyl is that you can remove a piece anywhere on the wall.
Push the siding downward to remove it from the piece below it.
Vinyl siding debris disposal.
Isolate the piece of siding you need to remove and find its outermost edge on either side.
Look for a horizontal seam between two courses of vinyl siding.
It might be tricky hooking the zip tool onto the locking edge if your siding is tight.
Use a cat s paw or other small pry bar to pull the nails from the course you need to remove.
Hgtv expert henry harrison shows how you can reattach it using a vinyl siding removal tool also known as a zip tool.
Be careful because older siding can become brittle.
Slide the separating tool underneath the bottom edge of the siding piece that is directly above the piece.
Slip the curved end of a vinyl siding zip tool into the seam between two horizontally interlocking runs of siding that you need to remove.
Dispose of material responsibly.
You may want to wait for a warm day when the siding will be softer and more pliable.
Remove siding remove siding panels fasteners and trim pieces without damage to trim or adjacent surfaces.
Remove loose or damaged building paper or wrap.
For vinyl metal or wood siding.
After you remove the nails from the top of the piece of siding it is still hooked to the piece below it.