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Paint, Vinyl, or Something Else?

Nothing will impact the appearance of your home more dramatically than the type of siding you choose. As you shop for exterior siding, look for a material that suits the style of your house and also fits your lifestyle. Listed here are the most popular materials, along with links to resources to help you choose exterior siding. Choosing exterior siding can be overwhelming. This is where we come in. We have many years of experience, a new showroom, and a profesional touch. To start, click on the COLORVIEW LOGO below and have fun! Once you have decided on what you like send us the image for review. Make an appointment at our new showroom location and lets make it Happen.
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Manufactured and Natural Stone

If you think of ancient monuments and temples, you know that stone is the most durable of all building materials. Granite, limestone, slate, and other types of stone are beautiful and nearly impervious to the weather. Unfortunately, they are also extremely expensive. Precast stone veneers and facings look and feel like real stone, but the prices are more affordable. Cultured Stone® from Owens Corning is one popular brand of precast stone veneers. Click on logo for samples

Full Brick and Thin Brick Veneer

Made of fired clay, brick comes in a wide variety of earthy, eye-pleasing colors. Although it is expensive, brick is desirable because it can last centuries and probably won't need any patching or repairs for the first twenty-five years. Quality brick veneers are also attractive and durable, although they don't last quite as long as solid brick.
About Brick and Brick Veneer

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding can have the appearance of wood, stucco, or masonry. This durable, natural-looking material is often called by the brand names HardiPlank® and HardiPanel®. If you want the look of authentic wood with a bit less maintenance, cement fiber is a good options. Fiber cement siding is fireproof, termite-proof, and may have a warranty up to fifty years.
About Cement Fiber Siding


Traditional stucco is cement combined with water and inert materials such as sand and lime. Stucco has been used since the days of Renaissance Italy, and it can be finished in many ways for many different looks. Walls made of genuine stucco are hard, solid, and moisture resistant. Many homes built after the 1950s use a variety of synthetic materials that resemble stucco. Synthetic stucco will look authentic, and offers the same durablity if not better.
About Stucco

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl is made from a PVC (polyvinyl chloride) plastic. Unlike wood or cedar, it won't rot or flake. Vinyl is usually less expensive to purchase and install than most other siding materials. There are, however, drawbacks. Vinyl can crack, fade, or grow dingy over time. This is a great alternative but does require some inexpensive maintenance long term. Very popular and looks great comes in many shapes , colors and design's to beautify your house exterior.


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