Siding

Siding

Siding

The siding on your property helps to define your home. It can be made from a number of different materials, including vinyl, wood, fiber-cement, brick, stucco, and stone (to learn more about our stucco and stone services, click here!)

Vinyl Siding: is one of the more popular choices in our country. It is an extremely versatile material and offers easy maintenance. It can also be purchased at a relatively lower cost when compared to some of the other options. With vinyl, the homeowner can choose from a wide variety of colors and styles in order to truly make their home unique.

Wood Siding: is more commonly used for bungalow, Cape Cod, and cottage houses, it is a very versatile material and offers a few different option styles. Wood siding is available as shakes, shingles, and clapboard (also known as bevel or lap siding). Aside from the different installation options, homeowners also have a choice between a number of different woods, including cedar, redwood, pine, fir, and spruce.

Fiber-Cement Siding: this option has become fairly popular throughout the past few years. With fiber-cement, the homeowner has a wide range of styles and textures, and can recreate the look of stucco, stone, or wood at a much lower cost. Fiber-cement is also very low-maintenance, non-flammable, and termite-resistant.

Brick Siding: is commonly found on Tudor, Colonial, and English Cottage homes. Bricks also come in many different sizes, textures, and colors, once again giving the homeowner options to choose from. Brick can also be used in combination with wood or vinyl, in order to accent your home and create a unique look.

What We Offer

At Priority Restoration we can install just about any project on the market such as James Hardie and Certain-Teed. Our project managers can help you choose the best siding products for your property’s protection and curb appeal. Some of these products provide the look of wood while others have a more modern, smooth look to them. Whatever your needs, Priority Restoration can help.

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