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Give your home a fresh look with an upgraded exterior. Vinyl, wood, metal, fiber cement, engineered wood, stone, stucco, or brick. If you don't know which one suits your needs, our team can provide you all the information you need to know!

Siding is used for both aesthetic and functional purposes, as it can improve the appearance of a home while also providing protection from the elements. Below are siding types classified by materials.



Vinyl has become the most used siding material over time as it is affordable, quick to install, and low maintenance. Vinyl siding comes in a range of colours, sizes and profiles such as lap, vertical, shakes and even faux stone.


Fiber cement is made from a mixture of cement, sand, and cellulose fibers. It has become increasingly popular in recent years. It comes in a variety of styles and colours such as lap (plank), vertical (panel), shakes (shingle) and many sizes of trim that are used to add character to your home. It is beautiful and strong. Fiber cement siding is resistant to insects, impacts (such as hail) and fire. Fiber cement siding is available in a wide range of colours as well as being able to look like stained wood.



Natural wood siding is traditional, durable and beautiful but require maintenance. It needs to be stained every few years to prevent moisture damage. It comes with a higher price than other types of siding and the maintenance cost is high too.


Engineered Wood siding is another robust siding option that can provide strength and durability. It is typically more affordable than natural wood siding and comes in a variety of pre-finished colours. It can also offer eco-conscious options with a select few product lines that are manufactured using recycled material.



Metal siding made from either aluminum or steel offers unmatched strength, longevity and beauty. As a premium product it is typically used as an accent or feature in an architectural design but, does come in a wide variety of profiles and colours to suit any need. Colours range from solid painted colours, to metallic to a variety of wood grains.

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