Which Type Of Siding Is The Best For Your Home?
It may be hard to determine which type of siding is best for your house, but it all depends on what is most important to you. They each come with their own set of benefits, as well as varying costs. At Elevated Roofing & Siding, we offer our customers vinyl siding, fiber cement siding, or wood siding. Let’s talk about each of these types of siding so you may determine which would be best for your home.
Vinyl siding is a durable, cost effective choice for your home. Many homeowners appreciate that it is high quality, inexpensive, energy efficient, and easy to maintain. As an added bonus, it does not require painting for virtually no regular upkeep besides annual cleaning. Vinyl siding is a popular material that looks nice and won’t stretch your budget as much as other siding materials.
Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber cement has a long lifespan, boasting extreme durability and resistance to damage. This luxury siding can replicate the look of wood, without all of the upkeep of wood siding. It’s also fire and heat resistant, as well as resistant to most inclement weather conditions. Your color customization options are practically endless, since changing the color just requires new coats of paint.
Besides being environmentally friendly, wood siding can be stained or painted in any color or finish you desire. If it is properly maintained, it can last for decades. Wood siding is considered high-end siding and could boost the value of your home. This type of siding can be more costly and higher maintenance depending on the type of wood you choose, however, it makes for a nice upgrade to your home.
Get a Quote For New Siding Today
The experts at Elevated Roofing and Siding can transform your home with new siding. If you have an insurance claim, we can help you out with that and even communicate directly with your insurance company. Contact us at (937) 248-1362 for a free, no-obligation quote or to ask about financing. We serve customers in the greater Dayton area and surrounding communities including Troy, Tipp City, Huber Heights, Vandalia, Englewood, Brookville, Huber Heights, and beyond.