Best Siding Materials

When working with us, we believe that our customers should be just as informed as the contractors themselves. Below is information on the different materials siding is offered in.


Vinyl is the number one siding choice in North America, and with good reason. It’s durable, low maintenance and offered in a wide variety of colors and styles. Due to vinyl’s versatility, it can match any homes architecture. With a wide array of colors to choose from, and architectural trim, we can transform your home into the house of your dreams.

Advantages to Siding with Vinyl:

  • Vinyl siding will not rot or flake.
  • Vinyl is resistant to heat, cold & moisture
  • Vinyl siding offers the widest variety of color options.
  • It is the building material of choice for developers, contractors and homeowners associations.
  • Vinyl siding has the ability to withstand high winds.
  • Unlike wood siding, vinyl siding does not attract insects or provide a breeding ground for mildew.
  • Vinyl siding is now available not only in the traditional pastels, but also in darker color combinations that are bold and rich. All colors are under fade warranty.
  • You will never have to paint, ever.
  • Vinyl adds value to your home.

Insulated Vinyl

Fullback®V siding insulation for vinyl will enhance the performance and appearance of your siding. It has the added benefit of reducing the amount of energy you have to expend on heating and cooling your house!

Energy Efficiency: By installing Fullback®V vinyl insulation under your new siding, you can save more money. Depending on the specific siding product you choose, vinyl siding with Fullback®V can add 2.0-3.5 R-value to the walls of your home! Because the insulation is contoured to fill the gap between the siding and your home, it delivers maximum energy efficiency.

Durability: Vinyl siding with Fullback®V provides unequaled durability that can stand up to everything from hail, high winds, moisture and more! Your siding will be resistant to the impact of objects such as hail, rocks and even your child’s fastball. It is like having a suit of armor on a knight, giving you 300% more impact resistance than traditional vinyl siding alone. Vinyl siding with Fullback®V can sustain category 5 hurricane winds (155 miles per hour) and it’ll also keep water out of your wall system to help prevent molding, mildew and rotting.

Fullback®V siding insulation contains PREVENTOL®TM EPS, a systemic insecticide which protects the insulation from termites. The active ingredient in PREVENTOL®TM EPS is used at a low concentration and is safe for the homeowners and installers when handled properly.

Low Maintenance: Vinyl siding is virtually maintenance free! It never requires caulking, painting or scraping! And by adding Fullback®V siding insulation behind it, you reduce the potential for expensive and time consuming repairs from high winds, impact, moisture damage, pest infestation and more!

Appearance: No matter what the style of siding, it is meant to take the natural appearance of real wood. Fullback®V siding insulation achieves that by supporting vinyl where it would normally conform or bend to gaps behind it. There are imperfections behind any wall, but Fullback®V siding insulation helps to reduce the appearance of them. The overall look of your vinyl siding, when fully supported with insulation, is straighter. There are no design limitations with insulation. Fullback®V siding insulation for vinyl is available for any siding style, texture, or color.

Environmentally Friendly: If you’re wondering how adding new siding to your home will impact the environment, you can rest easy knowing that Fullback®V siding insulation is recognized as a green building product in more ways than one.

  • Vinyl siding with Fullback®V doesn’t require ozone-depleting maintenance products such as paints, stains or caulks like other siding alternatives.
  • Once installed, a vinyl siding job with Fullback®V will remain in place without significant degradation for 50 years or more, reducing landfill deposits. Fullback®V siding insulation for vinyl is also recyclable throughout its life cycle.
  • Fullback®V siding insulation saves as much carbon as it takes to manufacture the foam, in 2.6 years or less and it will saves as much energy as it takes to manufacture the foam, in 50 days or less!

Fiber Cement

We proudly install James Hardie® Siding Products
James Hardie provides innovative siding products that increase the beauty, value, safety and durability of your home. Enjoy the low maintenance that comes with baked-on color, and feel safe knowing that our siding products are resistant to just about anything Mother Nature can throw at them.

HardiePlank® Lap Siding: HardiePlank® Lap Siding is the most popular brand of siding in America and can be found on over 4 million homes. With its strength, beauty and durability, HardiePlank® siding enhances and protects homes in all kinds of environments.

HardieShingle® Siding: HardieShingle® siding has the same warm, authentic look as cedar shingles, yet it resists rotting, cracking and splitting. It’s beautiful as a primary siding or as a complement to other styles of James Hardie® siding. Our shingle siding panels come in a variety of decorative edges, and expedite installation in larger areas.

HardiePanel® Vertical Siding: For applications that call for vertical siding, HardiePanel® vertical siding is equal to our lap siding in value and long-lasting performance. Because of its structural strength, HardiePanel® siding may be used as a shear panel. When combined with HardieTrim® planks, it can also help you achieve a board-and-batten look.

With all James Hardie® Siding Products, you can take advantage of their ColorPlus® Technology to get the look you want, without the maintenance. Call us to find out which James Hardie® Siding products with ColorPlus® finish are available in our area.


Formerly one of the best ways to side a home, aluminum provides a cost effective and low maintenance option. Rust resistant and lightweight, aluminum is both waterproof and an excellent heat insulator. However, aluminum is susceptible to denting on impact of foreign objects, and if in need of maintenance, not easily repairable.


Rectangular Planks: This type of wood siding is both the most common and easiest to install of the wood options. These planks are extremely smooth and flat, which creates a superior insulator, allowing as little moisture as possible to penetrate. Wood siding must be weather treated annually, however.

Wood planks: This type of wood siding is very similar to rectangular planks, with the addition of special grooves allowing for a much tighter finish. This tight connection provides even further protection from moisture.

Plywood: This is the simplest of the wood sidings. Two pieces of plywood held together by nails or a weather resistant adhesive make up this siding option. Extremely cost efficient and easily installed, plywood offers a inexpensive but still pleasant looking option.

Shingles are generally composed of one of the following items; redwood, cypress, or cedar woods. Similar to clapboard, these form overlapping rows, but are noticeably smaller in size. It is recommended to stain or treat shingles unless one wants to risk a reduced lifespan on the shingles. Shingles do tend to start warping after only three or four years, however.

Shakes are similar to shingles in nearly every way except they are hand-split instead of created by a machine. Much like shingles, one must treat or stain shakes to increase their lifespan to three or four years.

Clapboard is one of the more common types of wood siding. It’s not nearly as smooth as rectangular planks, but does provide as tight a finish. These boards are placed on the house horizontally instead of vertically which helps create a look of evenness on your home.