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Exterior cladding is essentially what is going to cover the exterior walls of a residential home or a commercial building. Exterior cladding is available in a wide range of materials, and the correct application of each one of these products is what makes a difference in the overall functionality of the walls and their lifespan.

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Stone Veneer

In our region, stone veneer emerges as an ideal choice for exterior cladding applications. This material, mimicking the appearance of natural stone, offers remarkable durability and aesthetic appeal. Its lightweight nature simplifies installation, making it a cost-effective solution compared to traditional stone. Stone veneer is highly resistant to the harsh winters, maintaining its integrity against frost and moisture. Its versatility in design and color options allows it to complement various architectural styles, from contemporary to rustic. Stone veneer requires minimal maintenance, enduring beautifully through our region’s changing seasons.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding is a real winner in residential construction. It is tough and can handle wild weather, plus it is also resistant to and doesn’t roll out the welcome mat for termites. The cool thing about it is its versatility. You fancy the classic look of wood without the fuss of rot? Fiber cement’s got your back. Or, if you’re into something sleek and modern, it can do that too.

Fiber Cement Siding photo

Metal Siding

Metal siding is as durable as it gets – it stands up to our fierce snowstorms, torrential rains, and even those hot, humid summers without a hitch. It’s pretty much maintenance-free. Metal siding also offers some energy efficiency perks, reflecting heat in the summer and helping keep homes snug in the winter. 

Composite Siding

Composite siding is manufactured of a mix of different materials like wood fibers, resins, and sometimes even recycled materials, which means it’s tough and eco-friendly. It looks just like real wood, but without all the hassle of maintenance. We’re talking about something that doesn’t rot, warp, or get munched on by termites. And when winter throws its worst at us, this siding holds up.

Composite Siding photo installed on a house

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding offers a practical and cost-effective solution for exterior cladding. Its low-maintenance nature is resistant to fading and decay, making it a practical option for those seeking longevity without frequent upkeep. Vinyl siding also provides excellent insulation. Furthermore, the variety of colors and styles allows homeowners to customize their exteriors, enhancing curb appeal while ensuring functionality. 

Wood Siding

Wood siding, deeply rooted in our region’s architectural heritage, embodies a timeless aesthetic appeal. Its natural beauty offers a warm, inviting exterior. Wood siding is valued for its versatility, allowing customization through various styles and stains. However, it requires regular maintenance to protect against varying climates, including moisture, extreme temperatures, and pests. When properly maintained, wood siding provides excellent insulation, enhancing energy efficiency. Despite its maintenance demands, wood siding remains a classic choice for those seeking a blend of tradition and natural elegance.

Wood Siding Photo

Other Exterior Cladding Products


Columns & Wraps

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Trim Coil & Sheet

Wall Flashings

Tools & Accessories

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