One of the most popular exterior remodeling projects to plan when warm weather hits the Twin Cities is siding replacement. From peeling paint to warped panels, there are plenty of reasons to get a fresh start with new, beautiful siding from The Construction Group. Or maybe you’re just ready to update the look of your home’s exterior! Whatever your reasons for investing in new siding, it’s one of the best things you can do for your home’s curb appeal and overall value.

In this post from The Construction Group, we’re taking a closer look at five siding types to consider for your new siding installation. To schedule your siding replacement services, give us a call.

1.   Cedar Siding

Cedar siding is a beautiful option if you love the natural look of wood siding. But unlike other types of cedar siding, cedar siding is not prone to common wood siding pitfalls like rotting, warping, bubbling, and splits. It’s also durable enough to hold up to some of the wild weather that comes our way in the Twin Cities area. Cedar is also valued for its natural pest resistance.

2.   LP SmartSide Siding

If you love the idea of real wood siding but you want something that is manufactured for durability and performance, you can’t go wrong with LP SmartSide. LP SmartSide is engineered using wood, strengthening resin, zinc borate, and moisture-resistant waxes and then treated to withstand fungus, hail, termites, and extreme weather. It’s easy to install and even easier to maintain.

3.   Vinyl Siding

For an affordable siding solution that looks great and doesn’t require a lot of maintenance, quality vinyl siding is your best bet. Vinyl siding is one of America’s most popular siding options, and unlike painted siding, it won’t peel or fade over time. In fact, cleaning your vinyl siding is a simple matter of spraying it down with a garden hose and spot cleaning.

4.   Steel Siding

Steel siding is hands-down the most durable siding option on the exterior remodeling market today. Environmentally friendly, attractive, and energy-efficient, steel siding is available in a surprising array of colors and designs.

5.   Fiber Cement Siding

If your goal is to install new siding and then never think about it again, you should consider going with fiber cement siding. Fiber cement is engineered using Portland cement and wood pulp to create a natural look that’s one of the most durable siding options on the market.

Schedule Your Siding Replacement Services

Are you ready to check out siding options for your Twin Cities area home? Contact our siding replacement services at 651-731-5857 or connect with us online today.