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Quality Siding Installation & Replacement
You’re building a new home or renovating your existing residence, and you need to decide which kind of siding to install. How do you choose? There are a variety of exterior siding materials to select from, each with distinct advantages and disadvantages. Knowing your options will help you make the best decision for your home – and especially your pocketbook. Here’s some information about the most popular siding materials to get you started.
Vinyl Siding Is a Cost-Effective Option
Vinyl siding is the most popular and common material used today. Completely resistant to moisture and mold, vinyl is the least expensive siding material available. It also comes in a variety of colors, so you won’t have to sacrifice style for price. Vinyl siding has the benefit of being extremely low-maintenance and easy to clean.
Fiber Cement Siding Offers Greater Durability
Are you looking for a customizable siding material that offers extra protection against fire and severe weather? Heavy-duty James Hardie® fiber cement siding combines affordability and strength for a flawless finish. Unlike many other materials, fiber cement can be made to replicate other materials. You can get the look of wood, for example, with the durability of fiber cement. It is also paintable, so you’ll have a limitless supply of color options! James Hardie siding includes a 30-year warranty on materials and workmanship, and a 15-year warranty on the finish.
Let Us Help With Siding Repair
UHQ Construction can resolve all types of siding-related issues for a reasonable cost. From high-impact storms to normal wear and tear or faulty installation, there are many ways siding can become damaged. Your siding might have just a small crack, or a large section of it may be missing. But no matter how big or small your siding problem might seem, it’s usually worth determining if siding repair is a viable option.
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