Residential Siding

Nothing gives a home more curb appeal than new siding.

Nothing gives a home more curb appeal than new siding. That’s why this type of improvement has become so popular among homeowners everywhere. Other reasons include reduced maintenance, repairs, and lower energy costs. And thanks to the technology that has been built into today’s siding materials, you won’t have to worry about fading, cracking and more importantly, they will never rot.

A new home in Minnesota with siding, gutters, and shingles provided by Built Strong Exteriors.

Get A Low Maintenance Home Exterior

Many homeowners do not have a house with fiber cement or vinyl exterior siding. Consequently, they spend thousands of dollars on the upkeep and repairs each year. They pay for everything from wood replacement to painting, only to find out they have to do it again the next year as more of their home becomes weathered.

If this is your situation, it’s time to put an end to the suffering. Get covered with a siding that will never rot, fade and only requires a yearly wash to stay beautiful. Let’s take a look at what switching to a modern exterior will do for you.

At Built Strong Exteriors, we install vinyl, first, and/or other engineered woods. Ie; LP Smart-side, James Hardie. You can view more information, along with the main advantages of each in the section below. Or, if you live in our service area and would like to get more information, feel free to Request A Free Estimate at any time. We’ll contact you shortly to schedule an appointment.

Residential Siding Services

Vinyl Siding

New vinyl siding installed on a residential home in Minnesota by Built Strong Exteriors.

Vinyl siding has been around for a long time. First introduced into the market in the 1950s, decades of development kept this material as a top-ranking contender in the siding market. Low-maintenance and cost-effective. Vinyl siding today is available in various widths, exposures, and designs. Unlike its predecessors, vinyl is now manufactured in widths of up to .046. With the high-pressure injection mold technology available, vinyl can now be manufactured to exhibit realistic “faux” wood grains, and in addition to standard lap, vinyl now offers designs in board and batten, shake or scallop panels, and even in stone.

If you are interested in having your home evaluated for new vinyl siding, let one of our experts as Built Strong Exteriors assist you in locating a material that is right for your home and investment.

Engineered Wood Siding

Engineered wood siding installed  on a residential home in Minnesota by Built Strong Exteriors.

Let’s face it. Wood and natural conifer products cost more. They are hard to maintain, and if not given regular and costly repairs, the lifespan of these materials will be limited. As a result, engineered wood siding products were developed for the consumer to offer a cost-effective, low-maintenance siding.  Whether it’s called LP SmartSide, Truwood, or any other manufacturer, these products were designed to eliminate the flaws that natural hardwoods have. These products, in large, are weather-resistant. Also, they help prevent damage from insects and small rodents and are environmentally friendly. 

In addition, engineered wood siding is easier to install than real wood siding and less costly. This is because engineered siding is typically lighter in weight and has designed features that make the overall installation easier. Available in horizontal lap, board, and batten, trim, and panels, these products are typically available pre-finished, or primed. Additionally, we offer warranties of up to 30 years. 

When considering whether your project is a good candidate for engineered wood siding, contact one of our siding experts at Built Strong Exteriors. We’re ready to help and will gladly assist you.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding installed on a residential home in Minnesota by Built Strong Exteriors.

Fiber Cement Siding products have been around a very long time. For almost a century, there have been variations of this engineered wood in the exterior industry. Although it was once made with asbestos, fiber cement siding is now comprised of mostly cement, cellulose, wood fibers, and sand. The main selling-point of fiber cement is its durability. Fiber Cement Siding is available in most siding patterns. Also, it is resistant to warping and accepts most paint applications. When it comes to the long term functionality of this product, installed properly, it has a Class A Fire Rating and an expected lifetime rating of 25-30 years. 

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