Get To Know Your Siding & Materials

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is relatively new to homes. It’s a lightweight material that is easy to handle. As such, it is often used for retrofitting. Expanded polystyrene foam is sometimes found insulated on vinyl siding, providing a value of R2 to R6 insulation. Insulated vinyl costs a bit more than non-insulated vinyl.


Stucco siding is extremely durable and goes well with other materials. Epoxy is found in contemporary stucco mixtures to prevent cracking and chipping. When stucco is taken care of, it will last a lifetime.

Steel Siding

Steel siding is another option for your home exterior Steel siding does not turn “chalky” over time it is coated with a rust-resistant compound to avoid rusting.Steel siding panels are extruded in the same types of panels as vinyl siding. The material is given a baked-on, guaranteed finish in a broad array of colors in textures that are smooth or mimic the look of wood grain. It is a seamless finish so it has a cleaner finishing look.

Synthetic stone

Synthetic stone is not always used to cover an entire house. Instead, it’s often used as an accent to cover chimney exteriors or lower portions of walls. Thanks to modern manufacturing techniques, the final product looks as natural and realistic as possible. Any type of stone can be mimicked, from limestone to river rock. The mixture may include sand, cement, concrete, etc.

Brick siding

Brick siding is a very classy, yet expensive option for a home. It’s typically found on Tudor, Colonial, and English-style cottage exteriors, providing a look that has been around for centuries. When installed correctly, brick siding can last for the lifespan of the house.

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