Commercial & Industrial
Churches & Synagogues
Condos & Multi-Family
When considering Aluminum siding…
The thicker the better- Aluminum is a soft metal, which means the inches thick you choose will make a huge difference. The standard thickness is 44 gauge, but in order to extend the life expectancy of the siding we recommend you to use 53-gauge aluminum over your siding installation. That way you’re visioning at least 35 years without any residing job.
Aluminum material provides excellent insulating properties to your property that insulates better than vinyl siding, saving you on heating and cooling costs.
Communities located at the coast find aluminum installation very beneficial due to its waterproof material protecting their properties from moisture issues or even salt spray in the air. When it comes to communities located in extreme cold areas, aluminum is also a better choice than vinyl due to aluminum is not affected by extreme cold, whereas vinyl can become brittle during severe cold snaps and can easily crack.
Aluminum is recyclable. Cost-efficient to manufacture and lifetime durable. it can be re-melted and remade into new objects when the time comes. Another benefit comes from not only being insect-resistant but insect-proof. Aluminum is also fire-resistant and fireproof. Making you consider the amount of money you could save on premium insurances.
Window & Door Awnings