The Outside Scoop


It's a great investment.

New siding tends to raise the overall value of a home. If you are planning to sell your home, siding is one of the first things buyers notice. You are better of replacing siding when you control the costs.

Knowledge is power.

A siding specialist can guide you through the maze of new integrated siding technologies and material choices. Your siding contractor should also be an expert at helping you understand and satisfy insurance claims.

Consider new products.

Ask about recently developed vinylshakes that come in a wide array of colors and textures. They provide a more sophisticated look for a lot less than you would expect.

James Hardie super siding.

This extremely durable siding is a wonderful option. It is non-combustible, rot-resistant, impervious to termites, resistant to warping and shrinkage, enviromentally-friendly, and comes with a 50-year warranty. James Hardie siding also has the look and feel of real wood grain and can be painted.

Ask for references.

The last you want to do is hire a siding crew that plays loud music, discards cigarette butts and disrupts your home and neighborhood.

Quality siding can really set a house apart. The first thing a potential buyer sees is your siding. New siding can completely transform a dated house. There are a myriad of new siding options available. New siding really helps with curb appeal. Use multiple siding options to create a custom look.