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NEW
SIDING

 

An immediate update to your home.

Nothing affects the look of a house as much as the siding, but appearance is just one feature to consider. Budget, durability, and maintenance will also factor in to your decision.

 
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The Versatility of Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is the most common home siding material used in the United States, and is known for its low maintenance requirements, durability, versatility, and relatively low cost.

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The Beauty of Cedar Shake Wood Siding

Given that most homes are wrapped in vinyl siding, homes clad with cedar shake siding stand out as unique and beautiful. Homes with cedar siding as their exterior have a rich, brown warmth.

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Durable Fiber Cement Siding

Not only does it look wonderful, but fiber cement is extremely durable and long-lasting. In fact, fiber cement is one of the most resistant and durable siding options available for a home.

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Reliable & Modern Metal Siding

A major benefit of metal siding is its impressive energy-efficient properties. Today’s metal siding is often coated with cool-paint technology that reflects the sun’s heat away from your home.

MORE THAN A FACADE

This thin veneer does a lot to protect your home. Siding helps regulate the temperature inside your home and must be waterproof, windproof, and pest resistant.

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Timeless Looks. Advanced Materials.

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Shiplap in Fiber Cement

A tried and true look that began with simple wooden boards was quickly replicated in vinyl and now the pattern of choice for the ever popular fiber cement siding. You can’t go wrong with shiplap on your home.

 
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Cedar Shake Shingle

This classic look is made for weathering the elements, offering unique grain patterns, rich colors, and a wide range of practical benefits.

 
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Vinyl Board & Bat

A traditional look of alternating wide and narrow boards designed to protect and beautify homes and barns. The two widths create a distinctive architectural style that is used on many modern homes, and now available in materials other than woods.

Frequently asked questions

Why should I reside my home?

New siding will rejuvenate an older home, give it a completely new look, and significantly reduce cost for home upkeep and maintenance. It will protect the home from elements and eliminate the need for costly, frequent repainting.

Is there maintenance is required for vinyl siding?

Vinyl siding requires virtually no maintenance. It never needs to be painted, however, to keep it looking fresh, it is best to wash it every few years.

How can I tell if my siding is bad?

The appearance of fungus, obvious separation of seams, caulking failure, swelling, delaminating, boards that no longer lay flat against your house, paint failure, or moisture on the inside of your house could all be signs of siding failure.

How will new siding update the look of my home?

When your home’s exterior needs a facelift, siding is an easy and effective way to update it. New siding will give your home a fresh, clean look and can cut down on maintenance. It will greatly increase the curb appeal of your home all the way around.

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