Vinyl Siding is the most cost-effective option on the market with lots of variety in color, style, width, and pattern to choose. It is also made to withstand winds and be durable to hail while also being resistant to rot. In terms of maintenance all it needs is a power wash every few years and provides an excellent source of insulation lowering your energy bills.
Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber Cement Siding is naturally resistant to heavy rain, pests, rot, and winds and last, on average, 50 years. Fiber cement siding also comes in lots of colors and styles to customize your home. It does require some maintenance, painting every 7-15 years or so since the color can fade as the material lasts so long. This is another heavier option so make sure your home is structurally able to support it!
Engineered Wood Siding
Engineered Wood Siding is a very naturally beautiful option with natural wood at its core. This is a durable and sustainable option that has moisture resistance and withstands impacts from hail. The processing doesn’t produce as much green-house gases as other siding material and can use any size trees so they can be responsibly cultivated making this a greener option as well!
Cedar board siding is an extremely attractive and natural option that mimics a wood cabin with a natural finish. The material is also completely biodegradable so for people who are trying to have a greener home this is a wonderful option! The wood can be painted and stained to fit each home owners unique style and, if properly maintained, can last up to 75 years.
Cellular PVC Siding
Cellular PVC Siding is durable and resistant to rot, pests, and is noncombustible to protect against storms and fires. It also has an attractive interlocking system with many color options.