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Questions to Ask About Siding Materials

If you believe that you need to add protective and insulation materials to the side of your home, you may want to consult either other homeowners with experience in this field or professionals involved in construction and renovation. Accordingly, you might want to have prepared a list of questions for this purpose, including as to the type of material to be selected and the difficulty and expense presented by it. In general, people may want to select a siding material which complements the appearance of roofing

  • What are some of the different kinds of woods which can be used as siding material?
    Throughout American history, this traditional siding material was Eastern white pine. Currently, this choice also turns on the other choice of cedar. In any event, regardless of whether pine, cedar, or any other kind is chosen, it is typically placed on a home in the form of clapboard.

  • What does PVC refer to?
    This siding material is an acronym which stands for Polyvinyl Chloride. Homes and other structures often use PVC as their form of vinyl siding. In general, this category is the most frequently used material placed on the sides of American residences. The popularity of vinyl, as opposed to metal, has been built up gradually over time on the basis of its flexible and durable qualities.

  • What kinds of metal siding might I install?
    Some of the various types of metal which might be used as siding include aluminum and steel, which might also be used as roofing. These choices can be most useful when the structure will be subject to harsh environmental conditions.
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    Eastern Michigan Distributors Inc Write review for this local business
    5140 Mount Elliott St, Detroit, MI 48211
    (313) 922-8000  
    Siding World Write review for this local business
    6450 E. Eight Mile Rd, Detroit, MI 48234
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    21540 Schoenherr Rd, Warren, MI 48089
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    11800 E 9 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48089
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    A siding and roofing consultation should begin with an evaluation of your existing or planned structure. Exterior features such as stone or logs should be considered. The functionality and beauty of the proposed project should be discussed. If your goal is to cover existing clapboard planks, you may want to choose vinyl siding that mimics the original look. Roof materials should blend with the rest or the architecture.

    A low cost option is fiber cement siding. This product will eventually need painting again, but because of its lower pricing, many consumers choose this option when the time comes to build. Cedar siding and shingles are a high end product at the opposite side of the spectrum. Cedar has the beautiful appearance of real wood, but does require a higher level of maintenance through staining.

    Steel and aluminum materials are not as popular since the rise of vinyl materials. Metals rust and require more replacements and repairs. Cement stucco is a more durable choice. Wood composites are another affordable option. New construction of houses often use PVC and metal products for siding materials.

    A mix of products, such as brick installed with a PVC material, is another popular design trend. A knowledgeable service or contractor will be able to help you select the option that is best suited for your price range and style. Durable siding and roofing products will reduce the amount of maintenance required over the years. Technology continues to provide products that are able to withstand the elements and guarantee you years of satisfaction.



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