Vinyl siding. Low cost and fast installations.
The most common siding option in the United States due to the low cost, versatility, and easy maintenance.
This siding product remains popular because of the large variety of colors and styles that are available.
Most vinyl siding products include a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Ask one of our siding consultants for more warranty information and for siding examples.
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Brick siding. Standing the test of time.
Brick is commonly found on Colonial, Tudor and English cottage exteriors. Styles are generally made from fired clay and genuine brick can come in many sizes and textures. Brick siding is usually a veneer constructed outside of a home’s wood frame structure, with mortar used to hold the bricks together.
Membrane installed between the brick veneer and house protects the structure from water penetration. If installed correctly brick siding can last the life of your house.
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Stone siding. Natural beauty that lasts.
Stones like granite and limestone are appealing to homeowners who want a siding that adds texture and visual interest to their exterior.
Stone-veneer is more lightweight and less expensive than natural stone. It comes in comes in natural and synthetic materials with many styles available that help enhance your home’s curb appeal.
Regular inspections and cleaning with a hose will ensure that the stone siding lasts.
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Fiber-cement. Affordable and durable.
Fiber-cement siding has become popular for many Minnesota homeowners.
Available in a wide range of style, it provides the look of masonry, stucco or wood at a lower cost.
It is also low-maintenance, non-flammable and termite-resistant.
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Wood alternative. Superior in every way.
Hardieshingle® has become the number one alternative to wood siding. It displays the authenticity of cedar shingles, but resists rotting, curling, warping and splitting.
The product comes in clapboard, shakes or shingles. Planks are installed horizontally with the top piece overlapping. Shingles can also be cut into different shapes to add visual interest to your exterior.
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Stucco siding. Expand your home’s palette.
Stucco can be applied to homes with brick and stone surfaces, but the more classic look is commonly found on Tudors, Mediterranean, ranch and Spanish-mission exteriors.
Stucco is extremely rigid, therefore careful installation is important to avoid unwanted cracks.Correctly installed and maintained, stucco may last the lifetime of the home.