Siding

Nailing up fiber cement siding on an exterior wall

How to Install Fiber Cement Siding

Installing fiber cement siding is easier than you might think, though there are some important differences from traditional wood siding.

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Houses with fiber cement siding.

Fiber Cement Siding: A Durable Alternative for Your Home

When it comes to protecting your home from the elements, fiber cement siding is a clear winner. Fiber cement is a composite material made from cement, sand, cellulose fiber, and water in a special process that uses pressurized steam. The result is a highly durable material that costs a bit more than vinyl siding but considerably less than wood. Read on to find out more.

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Installing Vinyl Cedar Shakes on a Gable

To finish off the front gable of this brick ranch style house, a vinyl product was used that is made to resemble individually applied cedar shakes.

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Exterior of house

Maintenance Free Outdoors

Find out about three low maintenance products for your home from vinyl siding to composite decking to concrete form walkway. Read on to find out more.

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Fiber cement siding.

Replace Water Damaged Siding With Fiber Cement Siding

I’ve had plenty of phone calls over the years from homeowners who are convinced they have to reside their entire house because some of their siding has been damaged by water. Yet when we take a look at these jobs, we often find that relatively little siding has to be replaced. Read on to find out more.

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