We offer comprehensive siding repair and replacement services.
We provide free estimates and can work with your insurance company when it comes to pricing. Some insurance companies only want to cover the bare minimum when it comes to repair or replacement. We are accustomed to dealing with these situations and help to ensure that you get a square deal.
We pride ourselves on our work and ensure you are 100% satisfied with your siding project before we leave your home!
When you are putting the finishing touches on your home, keep in mind that siding is a great way to add some color, style, and durability to your house. Exterior material can even be added later on during a remodel to change up your home’s look. It is a very cost-effective way to completely change your home’s curb appeal. It adds more than looks, though, as some materials can ramp up the durability of a house.
There are many options to choose from when it comes to exteriors, we are happy to help with your next project.
As the most popular choice among exterior materials, vinyl derives its value from being very cost effective and easy to maintain. It comes in a wide array of colors and styles that can match virtually any existing décor.
Vinyl siding is made from PVC and has been around for decades. It is very easy to install and require very little effort to clean and maintain.
Manufacturers are seeing somewhat of a resurgence in the buying of vinyl exterior thanks to new technological advances that have made it easier to make sturdier vinyl exterior.
Stepping up in durability, fiber-cement siding is thicker than vinyl exterior and can stand up more effectively to harsh weather, such as winds and rain. Fiber-cement exterior has the ability to mimic the looks of wood and stucco, making it a very versatile option in terms of style. It is also non-flammable and resistant to termites, which are two more reasons why more and more people are choosing fiber-cement siding.
By standing up to rain, fiber-cement siding will not experience as much expanding and contracting as other materials, which means that paint will last much longer on fiber-cement siding.
While it does require more maintenance than most siding options, wood siding can last a long time if cared for properly. Wood siding is common for cottages and bungalows, but keep in mind it will need to be painted, stained, or both, which adds to the overall cost.
There are a few options for wood siding, with the most popular being:
Clapboard – horizontal planks of wood with the upper piece overlapping the lower piece
Shingles – thin piece of wood cut into a smaller piece from a larger piece of wood
Shakes – thicker than shingles, made from split (not cut) larger pieces of wood
Wood exterior can be very consistent and clean looking. It can also be treated to resist fire and water damage.