Vinyl siding is available in several profiles, but the most common types are clapboard, dutch lap, board
and batten, and faux wood shingle siding. When it comes to replacing siding and exteriors you should definitely give consideration to the style and material that best suits not only your budget, but also your building’s architectural style.
There are many variables to consider when choosing a specific siding type for your building, but four of the most important are the insulating factor, thickness, color, and style of the panel. If a panel is too thin, it can show flaws in the wall underneath. Thicker vinyl products are more rigid, which can add to the aesthetic appeal and look of the finished installation, add durability,and also increase life expectancy.
After extensive research and nearly 30 years of experience, we have partnered with the finest manufacturers including Mastic, Alside, and Certainteed building products. For those who want their building to look more distinctive, however, some choose to install fiber cement siding, typically using products by James Hardie. Made of natural and sustainable raw materials, most James Hardie siding systems come with a 30-year non-prorated, limited warranty.