What Types of Siding Do You Install?
Shanco Companies installs vinyl siding and fiber cement siding. Both of these types of siding are durable, energy efficient, and can enhance the exterior of your home. Our siding contractors in Maryland have installed many different types of siding for homeowners throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
Vinyl Siding Installation
Vinyl siding is an economical solution for enhancing the exterior of your home and helping you lower your energy bills. Made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and other components, vinyl siding is long-lasting, low-maintenance, and available in a wide range of colors – in fact, you may not even need to paint it! Vinyl siding also acts as a good weatherproofing barrier, preventing damage from water, wind, etc.
Fiber Cement Siding Installation
Fiber cement siding is a great alternative to wood siding – it gives you the same look as wood without all the upkeep! Fiber cement siding is extremely durable and resistant to high winds, warping, rotting, insect damage, etc. It doesn’t require a lot of maintenance, has eco-friendly characteristics, and can help improve the energy efficiency of your home. Plus, fiber cement siding doesn’t expand or contract as readily as wood, making it appealing to many homeowners, especially those who want painted siding.
For siding installation (as well as trim work), Shanco recommends:
- Alcoa siding
- James Hardie fiber cement siding
- Cedar siding
- Tyvek home wrap
- PVC coated aluminum custom wrapping of exterior trim
- AZEK vinyl trim
- Vinyl soffits and vents
We’ll assess your situation, explain the differences between different types of siding, and help you figure out the best product for your siding installation project.
Learn more about our siding installation in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia.