Siding & Shakes Siding

Residing your home with vinyl siding is a smart investment. Compared to all other siding or cladding, it has the lowest installed cost (both materials and labor) and unlike other cladding, vinyl siding does not need additional investment over the life of the product. There’s no cost to paint, caulk, or refinish every few years like you have to do with wood, fiber cement, or other prefabricated products.

In addition to making your house look great, siding has a vital job to perform — protecting your home from the elements. When properly installed, certified vinyl siding can withstand winds of 110 miles per hour. Plus, certified vinyl and other polymeric siding, will never crack, chip, flake, pit peel or fade.

Vinyl siding’s share of the market has approximately doubled in the last decade.
While vinyl siding installation has risen in popularity over the years, traditional wood materials are on a marked downswing.
Vinyl siding is the most preferred material overall in both new construction and remodeling. In addition, vinyl siding has become increasingly popular in use in all home segments, from starter homes to luxury homes.