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Before you can settle on a color and style of siding, you must first choose a type of siding to install on your home or commercial property. Siding is divided into two basic categories:
- Vinyl Siding – Vinyl offers a variety of design choices in an easy-to-clean, nearly seamless product. Not only does vinyl siding resist damage from flying debris, it never needs painting, resists cracking and is impervious to insects. It also reduces noise while it seals out dust and dirt and provides your home with a layer of fire resistance that other siding options cannot provide. Vinyl siding comes in a broad range of colors and styles, many of which are more affordable than having to paint the wood exterior of your home year after year.
- Hardie Fiber–Cement Siding – Hardie Fiber-Cement Siding, sometimes referred to as Hardie board offers the look of a shingle with the durability of cement. Backed by a manufacturer’s 30 year warranty, this type of siding resists severe climates and is one of the only types of siding approved for use in Miami-Dade County, Florida for its hurricane resistance. The “Color Plus” factory paint has a 15 year paint life making it a low-maintenance option.
Since exterior remodeling is usually a game of choosing between form, function and price, the representatives from Crown Remodeling can help you navigate your siding options that will meet both your budget and personal style. Our no-pressure sales techniques ensure you have all of the information you need to make a decision without the stress that sometimes comes with remodeling.
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Installing siding is a fast, easy process but most builders don’t use the proper underlayments to protect your structure from moisture, noise and the elements. Our professional installers not only use high quality siding materials with a lifetime fade-resistant warranty, we also take special care to protect your home or building from the inside as well. Every siding installation comes with tieback underlayment that acts as a moisture and wind barrier protecting your structure from mold, mildew and dry rot that can happen over time. On top of the tieback underlayment, we place an insulation board that adds a double barrier that creates a seal that further protects your home from unwanted moisture and intrusive noise. Best of all, it keeps the heat inside in the winter and outside in the summer.
Backed by our lifetime labor warranty, we stand by the products we sell and the services we provide.