Siding

Ready to update your siding? Looking for Maintenance-Free Choices? Architectural appeal?

Your home’s siding is one of the most important decisions that a homeowner has to make when it comes to a home remodel or new construction. The reason is simple: Your home’s exterior finishes not only determines how a home presents itself to the world, but siding is also responsible for protecting the home’s structure and for providing insulation.

There are many available options in siding services for your home, ranging from product types, styles and colors to choose from. We work with you to evaluate factors such as durability, moisture protection, resistance to denting, visual appeal, architectural look and feel, maintenance requirements and cost- effectiveness. New siding can also dramatically decrease your energy costs!

Here are just some of the benefits of each of the siding choices we offer.

James Hardie Siding:

Residing your home with James Hardie Fiber Cement has been the #1 return investment among all home improvement projects for over four years in a row, according to Remodelers Magazine. In our region we have extreme seasonal temperature variations and year-round precipitation. James Hardie products are formulated with the highest quality raw materials and proprietary additives to reduce moisture intrusion. This helps prevent your siding from growing mold, shrinking, swelling and cracking.

Vinyl Siding:

Vinyl Siding is a cost- effective way to increase curb appeal and energy efficiency. For many people, price isn’t the issue at all; the real seduction of vinyl siding is reduced maintenance. Ongoing changes in the product’s chemistry and installation techniques have improved its performance and furthered its acceptance by builders and homeowners. Vinyl has captured 32 percent of the U.S. siding market for new homes, with no end in sight to its growing popularity. The reason, in part, is because it’s often (but not always) cheaper than red cedar or redwood and takes less time to install.

Mastic Siding

For generations, low-maintenance vinyl siding from Mastic has been the number-one choice among builders, re-modelers and homeowners.

Professionals and homeowners prefer low-maintenance home siding made of vinyl or polymer over wood, fiber cement, brick or stucco options. And it’s easy to see why Mastic is a favorite choice for vinyl siding.

Mastic products feature the beauty of freshly painted or stained wood. Whether you choose lap siding or vertical siding, you get a beautiful exterior product that’s built to last. Every home siding style is beautiful, durable and easy to maintain — which means you’ll spend more time enjoying your home, and less time working on it.

LP Smartside

LP offers fiber cement and Vinyl Siding choices. Every LP SmartSide product is treated to the core with an advanced formula of binders, waxes and zinc borate before being bonded with a water-resistant, resin-saturated overlay. This process helps keep out moisture for long-term durability and strength against harsh weather.

Steel Siding

One of the advantages of metal cladding is its low maintenance. Compared with some other siding choices, metal requires very little maintenance from a homeowner once it is properly installed.  This is especially true for those areas of the country subject to severe winters.  Snow, sleet, frost, rain, wind and even heat have very little effect upon metal.  Metal also does not absorb moisture or promote the growth of mold or fungus, both of which can destroy a home’s framing and can pose health hazards to the occupants. The thicker the metal, the better it will withstand day to day abuse, as well as any extreme events. Metal is also extremely unfriendly toward insects. Insect damage can be a problem with many home sidings, and the regular spraying which some sidings require in order to repel insects can be costly over time.  All insect problems are eliminated with metal.

Cedar Siding

Cedar siding can stand out as rustic and beautiful, it gives any home a natural rich warmth that only cedar can provide. There are a variety of options for finishes and colors, it’s a classic look that goes with all types of homes. Cedar is naturally water – resistant, it is also resistant to decay and insects. It does gradually age over the years but with the proper maintenance can last for years.