Siding Installation Services


Define your home with new siding. No material defines the character of your home like its siding. Whether your home is a vintage Victorian with fishscales or plain lap siding, siding is available to define your home in a variety of different ways.

Siding Type Pros Cons
Solid Wood Siding
  • strong
  • classic appearance
  • versatile
  • can be stained or painted
  • expensive
  • high maintenance
  • susceptible to rot, split, mold, and mildew
Fiber Cement
  • durable
  • strong
  • resists moisture damage and termites
  • non-combustible
  • heavy
  • requires regular maintenance
Vinyl Siding
  • many colors and styles
  • attractive
  • maintenance free except for periodic cleaning
  • extremely durable
  • doesn’t rot, dent, or flake
  • inexpensive
  • may fade over time
Aluminum Siding
  • imitates wood look better than vinyl
  • no painting required
  • clean appearance
  • fireproof
  • low maintenance
  • long life span
  • moderately expensive
  • can be scratched and dented
  • subject to weather damage
  • higher insurance cost
Steel Siding
  • imitates wood look better than vinyl
  • no painting required
  • clean appearance
  • fireproof
  • low maintenance
  • long life span
  • moderately expensive
  • can be scratched and dented

 

Home siding installation services begin with choosing your type of siding for your Mid-Michigan home:

With over 30 years experience in Michigan siding installation services we recommend siding types that fare the best in the Michigan climate, and provide you with the most value for the price. Solid wood siding is a common choice as it’s very strong, has a classic appearance, and can be either stained or painted depending on your preference. Wood siding, including wood planks or wood shake, is expensive option and requires maintenance to keep fresh and durable. For strong, durable siding Fiber cement is a great siding choice. It’s very resistant to moisture and and is also non-combustible. It also requires regular maintenance and is very heavy.  Vinyl siding is least expensive and doesn’t require much upkeep once installed and offers a large variety of styles and colors. Vinyl is also long lasting with little care and maintenance other than a good cleaning depending on the amount of vegetation and trees around your building. Vinyl siding may fade with time if exposed to prolonged sunlight.  Similar in features to vinyl siding, aluminum siding can be a great choice although a higher cost. You can imitate the look of wood without actually installing wood siding. Aluminum siding can be subject to weather damage. A bit higher on the price scale, steel siding, is similar to aluminum, but it’s much more durable. It can imitate the look of wood better than vinyl, doesn’t require any painting.

Do you want to know more about the best types of home siding for your Michigan home? Please contact us!

You can also read more on our blog:

Choosing the Best Siding for Your Home

This blog entry offers more details and pros and cons of siding options for Michigan winters and inclement seasons of Michigan.