Best Home Siding Options for Your Home

Siding not only protects your house from outer elements but also adds to great external appearance and Kern appeal. With so many options available in the market, it becomes tough to choose the best siding type for your home. Experts from siding Victoria has listed below the best options for siding you can opt for home from

Aluminum siding

For decades, aluminum sidings have been a popular option home exterior. You may think that it’s an old-fashioned choice but it is extremely durable and easy to maintain. This lightweight aluminum siding is also an inexpensive option for all those with a tight budget.
Not only it adds styles to your home, but the sidings also are dent, crack, and fire-proof and won’t fade. Aluminum being corrosion-resistant, durability, and low-cost makes it an ideal option for home siding. With technology advancement, new and improved aluminum sidings are available with insulation, many different textures, and styles that mimic vinyl or real wood.

Engineered Wood Siding

This new engineered wood siding is gaining popularity among many builders and homeowners as it has the appearance of real wood. Although it mimics real wood feel but engineered wood is far easy to maintain and low in cost. Plus, it is more durable, eco-friendly, and maintenance-free. Made from fibers, resins, and natural wood castoffs, it is light in weight and strong enough to withstand all weather conditions like high temperature, and moisture without the need for painting. The siding is also treated to resist rot and termites. It comes in a wide variety of textures, styles, and colors that give sidings a look of clapboard, shingles, cypress, spruce, and pine wood. When properly installed and maintained, the expectancy of engineered wood siding is about 20-30 years.

Stucco siding

If you live in a dry climate area, stucco siding is the best option for your home. Made from a mixture of cement, sand, lime, and epoxy, this rough and tough siding is applied as a decorative coating to the less-visually appealing exterior walls of your house. Since it can easily be shaped and textured, stucco siding offers different architectural styles according to your preference. It is durable with an expectancy of more than 50 years. Adding a little hue to the stucco siding during installation puts off the need for repainting every year. With its fire and pest-proof properties, these sidings are very popular among traditional homes.

Stone siding

Though an expensive siding option adding stones to your home exterior not only adds to an attractive look you can enjoy years of maintenance-free sidings. The main advantage of adding stone siding is that it is impermeable to toughest weather conditions and there’s no need to worry about fading or denting. This environment-friendly siding is durable and resistant to mold and mildew growth. The new stone veneers and synthetic stone siding are gaining popularity because of their low-cost, lightweight, easy installation, and appearances like real granite, limestone, and river rock.

Brick siding

For the most classical external appearance, brick siding is what your home need. With a 100-year lifespan of brick siding, it is the most durable option when it comes to home sidings. It delivers incomparable long-term durability and value with no annual maintenance. With the advantage of being durable, maintenance-free, and traditional appearance, wood sidings stores thermal heat during winters and releases it summer keeping your home cool. Moreover, with brick sidings, you don’t have to worry about fire, moisture, or insects. The wind protection with flying debris adds to longevity and functionality. You can also achieve the look of faux stones with certain shapes, patterns, and textures. Brick veneers that imitate the real brick and its benefits are a more budget-friendly option for a traditional brick exterior look.

Fiber cement siding

Siding made of fiber cement is available in different colors and patterns that resemble actual wood. But it offers more durability, strength, protection, and resistance from pests than wood. Made from a combination of silica sand, cement, cellulose fiber, and gypsum. Fiber-cement sidings last for about 50 years with little maintenance. It is a less expensive siding option than wood. With the water-proof property of fiber cement sidings, these are safe from moisture-damage and suitable for areas with humid and rainy weather.

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