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Choosing siding for your home is among the most important processes when building a new home or making exterior renovations. Siding acts as the first line of defense against the elements and it’s a vital part of ensuring your home displays a great first impression. When deciding which siding best suits your home, there are many factors you need to take into account including climate, home style, and budget.

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With endless options available on the market, we can see how easy it is to become overwhelmed. Start by exploring the various types of siding products available. Determine the architectural style of your home and what would be most aesthetically pleasing. Be sure to take climate into account as some siding products work better than others for specific climates. Set a budget and begin reviewing the cost, style, maintenance, and lifespan for this project.


The most inexpensive option is vinyl. If you’re looking for something low cost and low maintenance, you’ve come to the right place! Vinyl comes in a variety of different colors and styles to help you choose the one that works for you. Some people tend to avoid this option as the general look isn’t appealing to them. This is perfect for those homeowners looking to tackle this home renovation project themselves as it requires few tools and is available in most home improvement stores.


Brick is the ultimate building material. It is low maintenance because it doesn’t need to be painted, won’t rot or dent, and is the ultimate barrier against climate changes. Brick protects against wind, debris, and moisture and, depending where you live, provides earthquake resistance. It’s proven to be extremely long lasting and the colors won’t fade, so it doesn’t require you to re-paint or replace it in the future. When installed correctly, brick siding can last the lifetime of your house; however, it does tend to cost more per square foot.


Wood comes in a variety of different shades to add visual interest depending on the size and shape you prefer. This material offers a unique look and is extremely durable if maintained properly. To prevent weather, insect, or rodent damage, you should consider painting, chalking, or staining this siding periodically. Wood siding can last anywhere from 15 to 40 years depending on the care it receives.

We are your trusted experts for all things siding and windows. If you have more questions about which siding is best for you, give us a call at (580)-762-8122.


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