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Composite Siding and Trim
Nothing can update the look of your home and improve your curb appeal more than replacing deteriorating or outdated siding and trim. We specialize in installing many types of siding, from stone and brick to fiber cement siding.
What Is Fiber Cement Siding?
Fiber cement siding is made from cement, sand and cellulous fibers. It comes in a wide selection of colors and finishes that resemble real wood, with few of the disadvantages of real wood.
Benefits of Fiber Cement Siding
Many homeowners are choosing fiber cement siding because of its many benefits:
- Durability: Unlike wood that suffers from weathering and aging, fiber cement siding is more durable. It does not rot or become vulnerable to damage from termite and other wood-destroying pests.
- Low Maintenance: Fiber cement siding only requires painting about every 10 to 15 years and paint tends to hold up well. It protects from moisture.
- Wide Variety of Color and Textures: Fiber cement siding comes in a wide variety of finishes that closely resemble wood grain, from a modern smooth finish to a more rustic, rough-hewn look. You can choose from many colors and styles such as lap or clapboard, shingle and board-and-batten.
- Not Flammable: About 90 percent of the material used in fiber cement siding is not flammable, making it a safer choice than wood.
- More Affordable Than Other Siding: Fiber cement siding costs less to buy and install compared to stone, wood or other hardboard siding.
Are you looking for an updated look that will last and require minimal maintenance? Composite trim offers all of the advantages of wood and none of the limitations.
In the past, wood trim generically held up well and was a beautiful addition to any home exterior. Now, most wood is “farm-raised” and grows fast, resulting in a less dense product. This less dense wood trim doesn’t hold up well to the elements and begins to decay much sooner, even with priming.
Composite trim comes in a wide variety of styles and finishes with the look of real wood, but it requires none of the maintenance wood trim requires. Composite trim does not split, crack, rot or absorb moisture — and best of all — termites ignore it!