Vinyl Siding 

Vinyl siding is easy to maintain, comes in several different styles and colors, and never needs painting or sealing! The life expectancy is 10 times that of wood siding, especially in regards to the damage termites can cause. Vinyl siding is more affordable than brick, stucco, and both wood and aluminum siding. You can even have insulated underlayment (insulated backing) installed with your vinyl siding and enjoy the benefits of up to 20% increased energy efficiency.

Steel Siding 

Steel siding is very durable and can withstand the harshest weather elements and conditions. It’s water resistant, precisely measured and cut to fit your home perfectly, and fire resistant. With the proper maintenance, steel siding could last as long as your home. 
Fiber Cement Siding 
You have plenty of options to choose from when it comes to fiber cement siding. It is durable; won’t fade easily; comes in many different textures, colors, and sizes; is easy to install (which is affordable); and has warranty benefits due to the freshness of its paint lasting an expected 7 to 15 years. 
Natural Stone Siding 
When it comes to siding with beauty and elegance, natural stone siding is unmatched. Natural stone siding gives any property a unique and authentic appearance, which is beneficial for curb appeal! The strength of the stones will provide the utmost protection to your home, especially from the weather. 
Wood Shake Siding 
Wood shake siding has been around for a very long time. You can get wood shake siding in different types of wood, although you will find cedar more commonly used. The best thing about wood shake siding is that it's natural, unlike vinyl and steel. Wood shake siding is durable and can be stained or painted any color. If elegance is your preference, wood shake siding is for you.

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