Update Your Curb Appeal With New Siding
Ready to improve your home’s exterior? Contact Blueprint General Contracting for all of your local siding needs.
Siding is a popular exterior finish for many good reasons. Regardless of material, siding is flexible, highly customizable, and incredibly cost-effective. Plus, quality siding maintains its attractive appearance for many years.
However, all home exteriors need attention eventually. If your siding needs repairs or even a style refresh, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our contractors specialize in all aspects of home renovation, including improvements to your home’s exterior and interior.
Siding Damage Repair
Even sturdy finishes can be damaged by severe weather conditions. If your vinyl, composite, or wood siding has seen water damage, storm damage, or heat warping, we can repair or replace it quickly and affordably. Most siding materials are easy to remove, allowing us to repair damaged areas while leaving the rest intact.
Each type of siding requires different steps to repair, so it’s best to call in an expert to do the job. If you’ve seen dents, rust, chips, or mold on your siding, it’s time to contact our professional team.
New Siding Options
Today’s homeowners have more options than ever when it comes to siding. While these alternative options might cost a bit more than budget vinyl, you’ll recoup that value in equity if you ever decide to sell your home. Plus, brand-new siding requires less maintenance, saving you time that you could be spending elsewhere, so why not consider your options?
While today’s home buyers have many options beyond vinyl, there’s nothing wrong with this classic siding choice. Vinyl siding is incredibly cost-effective, and it’s easy to install and maintain, too. Plus, vinyl siding comes in tons of colors and finishes that let you fine-tune the exterior appearance of your home.
Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber cement siding is very similar to vinyl, but it’s slightly more convincing and authentic-looking. Fiber cement siding often imitates shiplap, but it can also match the appearance of shingles or vertical panels. Today’s fiber cement siding is lightweight, easy to maintain, and highly resistant to water and severe weather.
Wood and Composite Siding
While wood shingles are pricier and more difficult to maintain than vinyl and fiber, there’s not much that can boost your home’s curb appeal more than real wood shingles. However, you can make up for many of real wood’s weaknesses by using composite siding instead. OSB composite siding is a mid-tier option that’s sturdy, moisture-resistant, and termite resistant.
Stone Veneer Siding
Stone veneers aren’t a feature that many homeowners cover their entire house with. Instead, many use stone veneers as an accent around the skirt of their home or across a frontal exterior wall. Stone veneers are expensive, but many faux stone options help bring that price down, and they’re also some of the longest-lasting siding options.
When you’re ready to explore siding installation or repair options for your home, consider calling Blueprint General Contractors at (781) 630-1235.