Types of Products Available

1. Vinyl Siding:

Made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride), vinyl siding is popular due to its low cost, durability, and minimal maintenance requirements. It comes in a wide range of colors and styles.

2. Wood Siding:

Clapboard: Also known as bevel or lap siding, clapboard siding is made from overlapping horizontal boards. It provides a classic look and can be made from various types of wood such as cedar, pine, or redwood.

Shingles: Wooden shingles are individual pieces of wood installed in overlapping rows. Cedar is a common choice for shingle siding due to its natural resistance to decay and insects.

Shakes: Similar to shingles but thicker and more irregular in shape, shakes offer a rustic appearance and excellent insulation properties.

3. Fiber Cement Siding:

Made from a mixture of cement, sand, and cellulose fibers, fiber cement siding is known for its durability, resistance to fire, insects, and rot. It can mimic the appearance of wood, stucco, or masonry.

4. Metal Siding:

Aluminum: Lightweight and resistant to corrosion, aluminum siding is available in various styles and colors. It requires minimal maintenance but may dent easily.

Steel: Stronger and more durable than aluminum, steel siding offers excellent protection against weather and impact. It can be painted or coated for added protection.

5. Brick Siding:

Made from fired clay bricks, brick siding provides a timeless and durable exterior finish. It offers excellent insulation properties and requires little maintenance, but it can be expensive to install.

6. Stone Siding:

Natural Stone: Real stone siding offers a luxurious and authentic appearance. It can be made from various types of stone such as granite, limestone, or slate, providing excellent durability and weather resistance.

Cultured Stone: Also known as manufactured or faux stone, cultured stone siding is made from lightweight concrete molded to resemble natural stone. It’s more affordable and easier to install than natural stone.

7. Stucco:

Made from cement, sand, lime, and water, stucco siding provides a durable and low-maintenance finish. It can be applied over various substrates such as wood or masonry and can be textured for a decorative look.

8. Engineered Wood Siding:

Engineered wood siding is made from wood fibers and other materials bonded together with adhesive. It offers the natural look of wood with enhanced durability and resistance to rot and insects.

9. Composite Siding:

Composite siding is made from a blend of materials such as wood fibers, resin, and polymers. It offers the look of natural wood with increased durability and minimal maintenance requirements.

10. Cement Board Siding:

Similar to fiber cement siding, cement board siding is made from a mixture of cement and cellulose fibers. It provides a durable and moisture-resistant finish that can mimic the look of wood or stucco.

11. Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) Siding:

GFRC siding is a lightweight and durable option made from a mixture of cement, glass fibers, aggregates, and polymers. It offers versatility in design and can mimic various textures and finishes.