Many homeowners find replacement siding a cost-effective way to substantially increase curb appeal. Beyond improving a home’s beauty, certain siding types also reduce annual home maintenance costs. Before making a buying decision, homeowners should understand the various siding options.
Vinyl siding is usually less expensive than aluminum, fiber cement and most grades of wood siding.
The vinyl siding manufactured today is available in a wide variety of colors and never needs painting. Good-quality, thick vinyl siding with stiffeners rarely warps or breaks down, and it usually carries an extremely long warranty. In general, the thicker the vinyl siding and the more stiffeners that reinforce it, the fewer problems the siding will develop down the road. Periodic pressure washing returns vinyl to its original appearance.
Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber cement siding is a composite material made of cement, san, and natural wood fibers, and it is manufactured to look just like wood.
However, it is more durable than wood and resists damager from water and termites. Fiber cement siding must be painted. It is usually less expensive than brick but more expensive that vinyl or a wood product, such as Masonite or LP Smarside.
Repairs & Maintenance
High Wind and Hail could damage your siding. In many cases we can repair it matching similar siding and colors and it is less expensive than replacing entire siding!
Also, siding may become dingy with dirt or mildew after installation. Homeowners should take necessary steps to clean their siding regularly.
Most siding product manufactories provide great warranties to protect your most valuable asset – Home. No mater if you are looking for the lifetime or non-prorated warranty, we install products to satisfy your needs
For the complete list of warranties click Learn More button.