Siding beautifies your home, adds to its value and lends character to your investment. To install new new siding, or to schedule maintenance to ensure the longer life of your siding call 770-932-2227 and McNail Brothers Roofing today.
Nothing impacts your home’s appearance more dramatically than the exterior siding, no matter if your home is covered in rustic cedar shingles, stone, or even in vinyl the look and feel of your home’s exterior speaks volumes about the life of your house. When you consider purchasing look for a siding material that suits the style of your home and fits your lifestyle.
Here are the most popular exterior siding materials to help you choose exterior siding.
Fiber cement siding can look like wood, stucco or masonry. This durable, natural-looking material is often called by the brand names HardiPlank® and HardiPanel®. If you want an authentic wood look with a bit less maintenance, cement fiber is a good option, is fireproof, termite-proof and may have a warranty up to fifty years.
Vinyl is made from a PVC plastic. Unlike wood or cedar, it won’t rot or flake and is usually less expensive to purchase and install than most other siding materials. There are, however, drawbacks. Vinyl can crack, fade or grow dingy over time. Vinyl is also controversial because of environmental concerns.
McNail Brothers offers a choice of product and guarantees. Our success is due to our professional approach and the superior design of the products we install. Our siding systems are the most maintenance-free siding products on the market and are backed by the strongest and most-comprehensive warrantees in the siding industry.
Stone is the most durable of all building materials. Granite, limestone, slate and other types of stone are beautiful and nearly impervious to the weather but are also extremely expensive. Precast stone veneers and facings look and feel like real stone, but are more affordable. Cultured Stone® from Owens Corning is one popular brand of precast stone veneers.
Homes sided in cedar shingles (called “shakes”) blend beautifully with wooded landscapes. Made of natural cedar, the shingles are usually stained browns, grays or other earth colors. Shakes offer the look of real wood, but usually require less maintenance than wood clapboard. By using stain rather than paint, you can minimize peeling.
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