When it comes to home siding, there is a lot to consider. From color and material to upkeep and weatherproofing, siding choices can seem endless. We've been installing and repairing home siding throughout New England for years and can help you find the right siding options for your home.
Questions about the different types of home siding? Here are some of the types of siding we install:
Molded to have a three-dimensional pattern in all different sizes and styles, polymer siding is available in 32 colors and several styles and textures, including perfections shingles (straight edge), rough-split shakes (straight edge with rough texture) and half-round shingles (rounded bottom edge). It can be used as a whole house application or in accent areas.
Made up of vinyl panels, vinyl siding is offered in a wide choice of colors, styles and designs. Application can be horizontal or vertical, in Cedarboard (insulated siding), Monogram (color leader), Northwood (cedar-style shingles) or Mainstreet (simple Woodgrain appearance).
A multi-step high-pressure process combines cement, fly ash, wood fiber and additives to create a vertical siding that looks and feels like real wood. This environmentally-friendly material is durable and resistant to wood-boring insects, UV rays and moisture. It is available in 16 colors and 6 premium stains, as well as decorative shapes, soffits and trims.
There is nothing like genuine wood siding, both for its beauty as well as its stability. Solid wood siding has enhanced the beauty of homes for hundreds of years. Red and white Cedar shingles are available bare, pre-primed and pre-finished with Cabot stains. Red Cedar clapboards are also available bare.
AZEK PVC Trimboards
A wood-like look, easy maintenance, variety of sizes and designs makes AZEK siding durable and timeless. Impervious to water and insects, it's 100% paintable and every piece is uniform and free of voids. It will not split or warp, making it perfect for ground contact application, and is available in trimboards, sheets, moulding, cornerboards and beadboard.