There are nearly limitless options when it comes to choosing new siding for your home. Between material types, colors, designs, and warranties it can get overwhelming, especially if you’re dealing with siding for the first time! Below you’ll find information on all the siding types we offer to help you figure out what’s right for your Portage home.
Portage Siding Options
If you’re looking for a low-cost, low-maintenance siding option, vinyl is the cheapest and easiest material to work with. Once installed, you won’t have to deal with maintenance again until you’re ready for a new look. Cleaning vinyl is as simple as washing away dirt and grime with just a bit of water, and you won’t have to worry about rust or decay. Plus, vinyl siding is so versatile, coming in various colors and textures, that it can give you any style your heart desires.
Vinyl siding is an affordable material that not only saves money during the easy installation process but also requires little to no maintenance. It’s lightweight, cost-effective, and easy to ship while having the ability to be installed right on top of your current siding. Because vinyl is human-made material, you can pick and choose precisely what you want your home’s siding to look like. Vinyl siding can emulate wood, stucco, brick, and stone in virtually any color under the sun. Similarly, you can easily have it cut into the exact sizes you want, whether you’re going for long planks or small squares. You’ll be able to fully customize the siding on your house when you choose vinyl siding.
Hardie Board Siding
Hardie board has emerged as a popular form of siding in Portage. Its ability to resemble almost any type of material means you won’t have to worry about being restricted when it comes to designing the exterior of your home. Hardie board’s versatility provides homeowners with plenty of unique advantages. You can customize the Hardie board to resemble a wide variety of materials. Whether you want a wood, stone, or synthetic appearance, Hardie board can deliver. This siding is an excellent choice if you want the appearance of a particular material without the burden of sourcing a natural product.
Hardie board siding is also extremely fire and weather-resistant. While this will depend on the type of Hardie board that you choose, it’s an excellent feature that can help you keep your family safe. Many building materials have the unfortunate characteristic of being prone to house fires — Hardie board is an excellent alternative. While many people invest in siding that must be replaced every 10 to 15 years, Hardie board allows you to keep your siding for the lifetime of your home. This is a great way to save money. Also, using building materials that last longer than a decade is an excellent way to stay environmentally responsible.
LP SmartSide is a low-cost, low-maintenance siding option that looks just as good as real wood. Installing LP SmartSide not only gives new life to the outside of your home but also protects its contents. LP SmartSide looks like wood but is an engineered combination of wood fibers and resin. It can be cut into any shape and size and comes in several more varieties than natural wood. Our customers love its versatility and customizability, so you’re bound to find the siding style that you desire. When you use LP SmartSide siding, you’re choosing beautiful and cost-effective. Not only are the materials themselves far cheaper than their real wood counterpart, but LP SmartSide installation also takes less time and therefore less money to complete.
While LP SmartSide looks like real wood, it never runs the risk of being infested with termites or carpenter ants and never runs the risk of decay or water damage. It’s designed to endure harsh weather conditions and is completely waterproof, protecting your home from harsh elements. Contrary to real wood, LP SmartSide siding comes in a wide variety of colors, textures, and styles. The sky is the limit in terms of what you can choose.
Give the trusted Portage roofing company Alamo Roofing Contractors a call to get your personalized quote today and find out what siding option is right for you.