If you want some peace of mind before the storm, steel siding may be the choice for you. Steel siding is thicker and heavier than other types of siding, making it more durable against hail and wind. With proper maintenance steel siding can last up to fifty years. Plus steel is 100% recyclable and doesn’t absorb water, crumble or rot like other materials.
Steel Siding Features
Resistant to Warping and Shrinking
Zero Associated Health Risks
Lifetime Paint System
Will Not Melt
Real Woodgrain Look
A soffit is an exterior architectural feature, generally the horizontal underside of any construction element. On a brick home a vinyl soffit can has the additional benefit of being sustainable without the need to paint every few years. Our soffits are designed to provide a beautiful finishing touch that can last a lifetime. They also offer an attractive appeal of wood with rigidity and durability of premium extra-thick vinyl.
Soffit Color Options:
– Resists the Elements from Rain to Hail to Snow
– Longevity and Return on Investment, High Perception of Steel
– Sustainable Material
Available Solid Colors:
– Tighter seams for a weather resistant and finished look
– Fade Resistant to the Texas Panhandle sun
– Easy to Maintain and durable for long lasting beauty
Available HD Woodgrain Colors:
When compared to home exteriors such as wood, brick and stucco, you will find that vinyl siding is an alternative that is rapidly increasing in popularity around the country for homes of all sizes and styles. All types of vinyl siding are known to be an economical way to beautify your home. Plus our siding contains 60% recycled material and has the energy efficient technology to not conduct heat or cold. Use siding to transform your home into a beautiful and maintenance free place to live.
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Improve the entrance to your home.
Adding siding to the front of your home can draw the eyes to the entrance of your home. This can make you home look like new without breaking the bank. Add some shutters or an awning to the front of your home and the whole house comes together. There are many different options that many don’t consider when it comes to siding. You don’t have to stick with horizontal panels such as the picture above. There is a slew of different styles and colors to choose from.