Siding and Exterior Cladding Materials
Siding is your home’s armor against the elements and eliminates the need to touch up paint. As a low-maintenance option, siding is an excellent choice for Midwest homes that have to endure harsh summer sun and winter ice. With the help of our siding experts, adding new siding or replacing old siding is easy. High-quality, top-rated siding brands in several styles and colors are in stock and ready for your home.
TYPES OF SIDING
Increase your home’s curb appeal with new siding. Our vast siding selection includes unlimited design possibilities for every taste and budget:
Available in a variety of color and texture options, vinyl siding also combines durability and low cost. Easily installed over most existing surfaces, vinyl siding is low-maintenance and doesn’t require painting or caulking.
A mixture of wood fibers, sand and cement, fiber cement siding has the look and feel of natural wood siding but offers several benefits: Less expensive than natural wood but as tough and durable as cement, fiber cement siding is easy to install and maintain.
Metal siding can give your home unique appeal while offering steadfast security from weather extremes such as frost, wind, rain and heat. It’s durable, too, able to last 40 years or more with minimal maintenance.
Virtually maintenance-free, classic, beautiful brick siding can last as long as the house does. Offering excellent protection from the elements, brick siding also insulates a home’s interior against heat and cold.
Siding Estimating Service
Our siding experts are ready to help you add new or replace existing siding. For a quick and convenient siding estimate, our estimating service is available on-site or in-store.
Our Preferred Siding Vendor Partners
Contractors and homeowners can rely on our siding experts to help match a home’s needs to high-quality siding from industry-leading vendors such as:
Rollex offers a complete line of vinyl and metal siding along with soffits. With a number of eye-catching colors, there’s a Rollex siding for any type of home, from Colonial to Victorian to Arts and Crafts. The Rollex website also provides several resources for contractors. Read More