Siding Services

Your house’s exterior is oftentimes people’s first impression of your home, which is why it’s so important to compare and contrast your siding option in order to best pick the materials that will protect and insulate your house while also boosting your curb appeal and overall aesthetic design. That’s why we will work with you to figure out the needs of your home’s project and what kind of siding will work best for you and your budget.

The first question you must ask yourself is vinyl vs composite wood siding, both of which have their own value prospects and benefits.

Vinyl Siding

Known primarily for its versatility and ease of maintenance, vinyl siding is made of a plastic resin material heated together to form siding boards. Vinyl retains its new look for many years and is available in a range of colors, patterns and textures. Some of these textures include shakes, clapboard, laps and smooth. However, vinyl siding options lack in providing a full range of insulation properties.

  • Easy installation with full-length nailing hems

  • High-performance, weather-resistant panels

  • A wide-array of color, texture and pattern options

  • Authentic wood-grain appearance

  • Durable and chemically treated from the elements

  • More cost-effective than vinyl, but needs more maintenance

Composite Siding

Composite siding is a compressed and bonded wood finish, chemically treated to be protected from fungi, insects and molds. Often more cost-effective than vinyl, composite siding offers exceptional protection against the elements while giving your home a stylish, real wood look. However, to maintain its fresh appeal, new paint will need to be applied every 5 to 10 years. If you’re looking for a more cost-effective and eco-friendly option for your home’s exterior, composite might be the way to go!

James Hardie Siding

James Hardie offers superior fiber cement siding, which offers the best protection when it comes to keeping your home safe from the elements while also looking great. The fiber cement design keeps out pests like birds and bugs, is heat resistant from lightning strikes or high summer temperatures, and mold and fungi resistant when it rains. The siding lasts for decades without constant upkeep, saving you money in the long-term. James Hardie siding is over five times thicker than vinyl, allowing for deeper grooves and a more authentic wood-grain effect than the former can provide. Its material construction will not expand over time and weather, keeping your home looking brand new longer.

  • Combines the best of both composite and vinyl siding

  • Durable and long-lasting panels

  • A deeper wood-grain texture

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