Siding refers to a material that is applied to the exterior of a structure
as a finishing surface.
Siding is also an important component of the design of your home. Understanding the architectural design of your home, characteristics of materials, the local weather and lifestyle differences are crucial to selecting the proper siding.
Today an assortment of siding materials exists in various designs and colors. The most commonly used materials include wood, aluminum, steel, vinyl and masonry.
Types of siding we install:
Cedar shingles look great in natural settings, and if the natural look is important to you, then cedar shakes may be the answer. The shakes or shingles are usually stained in earth tones, browns, or grays. This is a really great look with less upkeep than clapboard that needs painting periodically.
Vinyl siding is a plastic made from PVC, or polyvinyl chloride. The advantages of never having to worry about rot and flaking paint makes this exterior covering attractive to many consumers.We offer a variety of styles and colors from different manufacturers to fit your price range.
Wood siding has been used for hundreds of years, and seeing a 300-year-old clapboard house is testimony to the durability of wood when properly maintained. Cedar, pine, spruce, redwood, Cyprus, or Douglas fir are the most common. Pine holds finishes extremely well, giving it added value.
We also install HardiePlank® Fiber Cement Lap Siding!