Do you want to make a quick and dramatic change to your home’s appearance? Just change your home siding. From the low-maintenance dependability of vinyl siding to the time-tested, rustic appeal of cedar siding, there’s a material that suits the style of your house and also fits your lifestyle. Following are examples of popular siding and questions to help you start thinking about possible siding options.

LP SmartSide

LP® siding comes in a variety of material types, but it always has that classic wood look. When using these products you can achieve the wood finished look that you want, and you can do it with the engineered wood product for less money.  Ease of installation is also another reason Lp siding is chosen.  Longer lite weight lengths make this a easy siding to install.

Cedar Siding

Western Red Cedar siding is a very popular choice in the home building industry and has been for decades due to its many quality attributes. Red cedar is highly valued for its strength and durability, resistance to the effects of temperature and humidity. It is versatile, easy to work with and finishes well. We offer cedar siding in a variety of siding profiles such as tongue and groove, channel rustic, plain and rabbeted bevel, board and batten, also cedar shakes and shingles, trim boards and more.

Wood Clapboard Siding

Although we now have access to many synthetic wood products, solid woods (cedar, pine, spruce) remain top house siding choices for fine homes. With periodic staining or painting, wood siding can outlast vinyl and other pretenders. We offer wood siding in a variety of siding profiles such as tongue and groove, channel rustic, plain, log siding and shiplap.  Many wood-frame houses built centuries ago still look beautiful today.

Fiber Cement Home Siding

Fiber cement siding can have the appearance of wood, stucco, or masonry. This durable, natural-looking material is a good, lower-cost alternative to wood. Fiber cement house siding is strong, fireproof and termite-proof, and may have a warranty up to 50 years.

Seamless Steel Siding

Seamless steel siding is very strong and resists shrinking and bulging with changing temperatures. Steel siding can recreate a wood-like texture. Or, for a modern design, many like the industrial look of corrugated steel.

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is the most common home siding material used in the United States, and is known for its low maintenance requirements, durability, versatility and relatively low cost. A house with well-kept vinyl siding may be appealing to potential home buyers due to these characteristics. A vinyl exterior has the potential to increase home value.

Versetta Stone

Boral Versetta Stone® is a mortarless, cement-based manufactured stone veneer with a unique, panelized design that is installed with mechanical fasteners, allowing carpenters and contractors to recreate the beauty and craftsmanship of authentic stone masonry using screws or nails.

From new construction to remodeling, exterior walls to stunning interiors, Boral Versetta Stone® adds the beautiful detail of traditional stone masonry with a modern installation, offering a complete system founded on quality, speed and selection.

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