Versatile siding option that has over a century of proven hardiness while maintaining its beautiful color and style.
Fiber cement siding offers numerous benefits for homeowners. It’s one of our most popular choices for siding installation for a reason.
Just like traditional siding, fiber cement siding goes on the outside of your house and provides an extra layer of protection to help protect your home from wind, rain and sunlight. With the unpredictable weather in the Bay Area, fiber cement siding offers your home numerous benefits.
Generally speaking, it’s made from a combination of wood-fiber (often recycled), sand and cement - giving you a wide range of colors and styles that can look like more modern types of conventional siding, including stucco, cedar, wooden clapboards and much more.
This unique combination creates a very durable material that is perfect for standing up to the elements with ease.
Fiber cement siding, even though it can look like wood shingles or clapboards, won’t rot. That makes it a perfect choice for places where the heat and humidity can warp inferior types of siding. The combination of cement and sand create a result that’s highly durable, while giving the appearance of real wood (but without the hassle and upkeep!)
Plus, termites won’t touch it, making it a great alternative to traditional wood siding!
Fiber cement siding costs more than your typical vinyl siding, but it is not as expensive as stucco. This makes it a “best of both worlds” option for many homeowners in the Bay Area who are looking to update their worn, weathered-looking siding with a new, stunning alternative to vinyl siding.
In order to give you an accurate cost, give us a call or fill out the quote form on our website for a free, no obligation quote on having fiber cement siding installed.
Although there are currently no recycling programs in place in Sacramento for fiber cement siding, the fact that it is made with natural materials also means that it should not impact the environment adversely. It also has less maintenance costs than vinyl siding and other types of siding, and as a result, is less likely to end up in a landfill.
To learn more about this versatile siding option that has over a century of proven hardiness against the elements while maintaining its beautiful color and style, give us a call today or get a free, no obligation quote from our website. We’ll come to you with everything needed to take measurements and provide you with an accurate estimate on the work!