From Renee Rutledge on July 22, 2009 in Siding
One of the most dramatic ways to upgrade the appearance of your home is with new siding. Adding new exterior siding is a significant investment and will affect not only your home’s look but its value as well.
Choosing among the many types of siding products available can be an easier process when you’re working with an experienced, reliable contractor. CalFinder can connect you with reputable and seasoned siding specialists who can take a lot of the guesswork out of deciding which style and type of siding will work best for you and your home.
The advice to look for a siding material that suits the style of your home is simple and solid—and yet, in this day of seemingly limitless options, it can be challenging to hone in on the most effective solution. Stucco, stone, wood, brick, shingles, and shakes are all popular siding types that have been around for a long time. You can also choose from composite wood, aluminum, seamless steel, and vinyl. Looking at resources like Better Homes and Gardens’ Siding Options for Your Home will give you the basics to consider as you start meeting with contractors for more specific advice and estimates.
CalFinder connects you with local siding contractors who can ensure that your project is done professionally for visual appeal and technical excellence. Here are a few examples of outstanding projects and contractors.
ABC Seamless serves North Dakota, portions of Minnesota, and also South Dakota. Their goal is to save homeowners time and money by providing the best products and utilizing the most advanced technologies for exterior siding.
J Reilly Construction is based in Pacifica, CA, and serves the greater San Francisco area. They pride themselves on reliability, work ethic, and performance, and know the value of maintaining excellent client relations.
JWS Custom Decks do a lot more than decks. Their services include siding and they say their goal is to make each finished project look like a magazine cover. They only take one project at a time. They’re located in New Hampshire.