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Vinyl Siding So why is vinyl siding so popular among homeowners nationwide? It's virtually maintenance free. The color does not peel, blister or flake, so there is never a need to paint. Ever. It also offers great curb appeal with more trim options, more styles and more colors than ever before. Plus it still offers the lowest total installed cost, as well as the lowest life cycle cost over the life of the home, making it a great value. Add to that its ability to withstand high winds as well as heat in excess of 100 degrees F and sub-zero cold, plus an ability to resist termite infestation and moisture buildup, and you've got a vinyl siding product that's attractive to many homeowners.

Fiber Cement For homeowners that want the look of wood but don't want the hassles and costs associated with it, fiber-cement siding may be a satisfactory alternative. Fiber-cement siding is more durable than wood, termite-resistant, water-resistant and non-combustible. It is composed of cement, sand, and cellulose fiber. The cost of fiber cement siding is more than vinyl and less than stucco and wood siding. Fiber-cement siding is appropriate for hot and humid climates because it is resistant to rot, fungus and termite infestation. It also has good weathering characteristics, strength, and impact resistance.

Steel Siding One of America's most trusted materials is steel because of its strength and durability. However, when you combine steel with the low-maintenance advantages of vinyl and the beauty of natural wood, and homeowners can have siding that not only provides solid home protection, but also lasts a lifetime. To keep it looking new, just rinse occasionally with a garden hose. Steel siding won't rust, crack, chip, peel, blister or flake. It can withstand Mother Nature's harshest weather, including hail. And it's fire and termite resistant. And regardless of the home's architecture, steel siding comes in a variety of styles, colors and accessories to suit every taste out there.