Choosing a Material For Your Siding
The siding on your home is one of the most important factors in having good curb appeal. The outside of your home is everyone’s first impression and sets expectations of what the inside may look like. If you’re thinking about redoing your siding and not sure where to start, keep reading about some materials you may want to consider!
Vinyl is one of the best materials for easy maintenance and installation. It is also one of the least expensive claddings on the market! Vinyl has a 50+ year warranty and comes in many different colors.
Stone and brick have a 100+ year life expectancy and are fairly low maintenance requiring occasional upkeep. While this material is costly, it holds up well and never fails to look amazing.
Engineered wood has a 50+ year warranty and installs just like natural wood. Engineered wood looks very similar to natural wood. This material varies in shapes and sizes, giving it a very realistic look.
This material has a 50+ year warranty and comes in select colors. While it is low maintenance, touching up the paint every 20 years or so is to be expected. The downside of this material is that it is susceptible to denting from hail and other inclement weather and is priced pretty high.
Ready to get started? JM Remodeling would love to help you redo your siding. We want to help improve the curb appeal of your home while still staying within your budget. To learn more about our services or to get a quote, call (414) 354-2800 today!