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Siding for houses is important because it’s that protective layer against different weather conditions. Whether you want to spruce your house up or sell it down the line, siding can also be a curb appeal factor. Things like shingles and shutters can add an intricate touch to your home.
Common Types of Siding:
Vinyl Siding
Vinyl Siding is an incredibly durable, low maintenance, and affordable siding option that is a popular choice for many homeowners. Made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), vinyl siding that is installed using a foam backing can improve your home’s energy efficiency. New vinyl siding can last for many years with very little maintenance. Vinyl siding doesn’t need to be painted, and can easily be cleaned using only soap and water.
Fiber-Cement Siding
Although it is often designed to look just like wood, Fiber-Cement Siding is actually created from a mixture of sand, cellulose fiber, and cement. This combination of materials makes fiber-cement siding both affordable and durable. In addition, fiber-cement siding is fire and termite resistant, making it a safe option for homeowners. Available in a wide variety of different colors, widths and textures, the paint on fiber-cement siding can last for many years.
Why Should you replace your siding?
  1. Add Beauty: Siding is available in a myriad of colors. Different types and colors of siding can be used to put together the perfect look for your home. The cost of siding vs a complete remodel of part of your home means you can achieve the same amount of improvement for a fraction of the cost.
  2. Create Durability: Siding is unaffected by the cold, excess salt and even snow. It won’t rot or come apart at the seams and will not need to be painted.
  3. Provide Value: Siding is a great investment. The increase in value to your home when it comes to sale time will normally more than cover the cost of vinyl siding.
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