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We are James Hardie Certified

James Hardie Industries is the world’s #1 producer and marketer of high-performance fiber cement and fiber gypsum building solutions. Prior to being recognized as an Elite Preferred or Preferred Contractor, James Hardie considers all of the following:

Siding

When it comes to enhancing the exterior aesthetics of your home and providing a protective layer against the elements, choosing the right siding material is crucial. However, with various options available in the market, it can be overwhelming to determine which one suits your needs best. In this comparison, we will analyze and discriminate between different house siding materials, highlighting their key features, benefits, and drawbacks to help you make an informed decision.

Fiber Cement

Fiber cement siding combines the durability of cement with the appearance of wood. It is resistant to decay, rot, termites, and fire, making it a reliable and low-maintenance option. However, installation can be more challenging and labor-intensive, requiring professional expertise, and it can be relatively more expensive upfront.

Wood

Renowned for its timeless beauty, wood siding offers a classic look that can be painted or stained to match your preferences. Wood is a natural insulator but requires regular maintenance, including sanding, painting, and protection against weather elements.

Stucco

Popular in arid and warm climates, stucco siding offers a unique aesthetic appeal and provides excellent insulation. It is durable, fire-resistant, and requires minimal maintenance. However, stucco can crack over time due to shifts in the foundation or natural settling of the structure, necessitating regular inspections and repairs.

Vinyl

Vinyl siding has gained popularity due to its affordability, low maintenance requirements, and wide range of color options. It is resistant to fading, rotting, and insect infestations, making it highly durable. However, extreme temperatures can cause expansion or contraction, leading to potential cracks or damage.

Aluminum

Aluminum siding is highly resistant to corrosion, fading, and weathering, making it a reliable choice. It is lightweight, easy to install, and requires little maintenance. However, aluminum can dent or scratch easily, and it may not provide the same level of insulation as other siding materials.

Gutters

Having good rain gutters is essential to channel rainwater away from the foundation, preventing water damage. Regular maintenance includes clearing debris, such as leaves and twigs, to avoid blockages that can lead to water damage and costly repairs. Professional installation and maintenance can ensure that your gutters perform their essential function, protecting your home or business from water damage.

Seamless Gutters

We offer seamless gutter installation, a much more reliable option than sectional. Since leaks likely occur at gutter joints, this stronger option reduces the risk of leaks and increases the overall life expectancy.

Gutter Leaf Guard

Our quality leaf guard can be installed onto existing gutters and halts entry of leaves, sticks and other debris from entering or potentially clogging your downspout.

Gutter Cleaning

We offer prompt cleaning services to existing gutters. Regular cleaning can eliminate nesting places for pests, prevent water damage and extend the life-span of your roof.

Gutter Repair

Repair and maintenance of a rain gutter is important reduce overall home maintenance cost and maximize the service life of your roof.

Soffit

A soffit is an architectural feature found on the underside of a roof overhang or a ceiling. It is typically made of materials such as wood, metal, or vinyl and serves both functional and decorative purposes. The main function of a soffit is to provide ventilation and airflow to the attic or the space between the roofline and the walls of a building. This helps to regulate temperature and moisture levels in the structure while preventing damage from condensation or excessive heat.

Traditional

A traditional soffit is often made of wood or vinyl and is installed underneath the roof overhang to provide ventilation and protect the underside of the roof from weather damage.

Pre-Vented

Pre-vented soffit is an exterior home product that promotes adequate airflow, and prevents moisture buildup and other structural issues in the property's attic and eaves.

Facia

The facia, also known as the fascia, is an essential architectural feature that adds both aesthetic appeal and functionality to a house. Located on the exterior of the building, just below the roofline and above the eaves, the facia plays a crucial role in protecting the structure. Typically made of wood, vinyl, or metal, the facia acts as a barrier between the edge of the roof and the outdoor elements. It serves to support the lower row of tiles or shingles and helps to keep water, debris, and pests from infiltrating the roof space. Different styles and finishes are available to suit various home designs, such as traditional, modern, or rustic.

Aluminum

Aluminum fascia is a low-maintenance solution for protecting your home's exterior. It resists moisture, rust, and insects, and can be easily installed.

Wood

Wood fascia adds a timeless and natural look to a home's exterior. It should be properly maintained to prevent rot and damage.

Fiber Cement

Fiber cement facia is a durable, low-maintenance option for your home's exterior. It's resistant to rot, pests, and fire, and comes in a variety of styles and colors.

Painting

Maintaining paint on your home’s exterior is important for several reasons. Firstly, it enhances the aesthetic appeal of your home by giving it a fresh and vibrant look. Secondly, it protects the exterior from damage and deterioration caused by harsh weather conditions such as rain, snow, and sunlight. Thirdly, it increases the value of your home by making it appear well-maintained and cared for. Regularly maintaining the paint on your home’s exterior also saves you money in the long run, as it prevents more significant and expensive repairs.

How our free inspections work

Our company offers free inspections to ensure that your home’s exterior, gutters, siding, and paint are in good condition and functioning properly. Is your siding looking outdated? Is the paint on your homes exterior starting to peel? Do your rain gutters need attention? We will come to your location and provide you with a free inspection. Contact us today!

Brands we work with

We work with top quality material manufacturers. We offer a wide variety of products and materials to fit your specific needs.

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Updating your home’s siding can improve its appearance, increase energy efficiency, resist weather damage, and increase resale value. It’s a worthwhile investment.