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Siding Options

Vinyl Siding Options

Traditional Lap Siding

The simple lines and ease of installation have made lap siding the most popular cladding for homes. The vinyl siding styles today include many different textures, shadow lines and colors to meet individual preferences. Our preferred vendor, Mastic offers 13 different traditional lap siding product lines, standard lap panels from 3″ to 7″, Dutch Lap profiles, and smooth or multiple wood grain finish options.

Vertical Siding

Vertical siding comes in different profiles and dimensions to accommodate a wide variety of design styles. Vertical siding has become very popular as an accent element or design feature. Because the pattern of vertical lines can have a very powerful effect, it is an excellent choice for entryways, low porch walls, gables and dormers. Many of our clients love the vertical “Board & Batten” designer series offered by Mastic.

mas_boardandbatten_600Insulated Siding

Why not add extra R-value for energy savings when redefining the look of your home? A home insulation system can have many benefits. Natural beauty from longer flat faces, significant insulation values, toughness, sustainability and the peace of mind of a lifetime warranty. Structure Home Insulation System from Mastic is made with a premium, recycled-content vinyl siding panel permanently bonded to expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam to provide superior looks and performance over traditional vinyl siding. It delivers natural beauty, significant insulation properties and increased impact resistance in a wide-style clapboard look.

cedarsidingintCedar Siding Options

Premier Roofing and Exteriors is an experienced installer of cedar siding, a unique, beautiful and practical home cladding choice with added R-value and sustainability. The unique tones and patterns of untreated Western Red cedar siding mean your home will stand out in the crowd. Untreated cedar can also be stained with oils to create a variety of different looks and colors. Cedar is naturally resistant to water, pests and decay. Cedar fibers in the heartwood contain natural preservatives that are toxic to decay-causing fungi. For durability and timeless beauty, talk to one of our estimators about the benefits of authentic cedar siding.

Fiber Cement

Currently popular in the siding industry, fiber cement has earned a reputation for stability and low maintenance. It’s made from a mix of wood pulp, cement, clay and sand, and it can be molded to mimic wood clapboard, shingles, stucco and masonry. It readily accepts paint, and most manufacturers offer an array of factory-applied finishes. Fiber-cement siding resists expanding and contracting with changes in humidity and temperature, so caulk and paint really hold up. It’s fire-resistant, termite-proof and it won’t rot. A 30-year warranty is the norm.

Pictured here are samples from James Hardie’s collection of Hardiplank Cement Board siding options.

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