Often, homeowners focus more on the interior of their homes than the exterior, deciding to renovate their kitchen or bath before doing anything about the siding that may be crying out for replacement. Considering that it’s the curb appeal that is considered first when a house is on the market, a decision to redo the siding may be an important one to a homeowner seeking to sell at some point down the road.
According to market research conducted by Catalina Research, the $12.4 billion U.S. siding product industry has outpaced construction material shipments over the past decade. The U.S. market includes 35 North American major manufacturers of siding products, including metal, vinyl, and wood siding, fiber cement and insulated exterior finishing systems.
While our information about siding manufacturers doesn’t include all thirty, we do provide information about siding products produced by the major companies, including Alcoa, Alside, Certainteed, Nailite, Napco, Reynolds, Royal, Vytec and Wolverine.
We also address the different types of siding materials with individual articles about brownstone, cedar, cement, fiber cement, hardwood, solid board, stucco and vinyl.
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