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Siding Installation and Repairs

Looking to refresh the look of your home? Our siding installation and repair service is just what you need. With years of experience under our belts, we guarantee a job done right so that your new siding will last you for years to come. Let us bring a fresh, modern look to your home with our expert installation service.

Your Local Roofer offers a wide range of siding options to fit your style and budget. From durable cedar to low-maintenance vinyl, we have everything you need to enhance the appearance and protection of your home or business.

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Cedar Siding Styles

Your Local Roofer wants you to know that cedar siding comes in many different styles, including lap siding, bevel, and traditional cedar shakes or shingles. You can also get a modern, seamless look with tongue-and-groove panels or a rural look with board-and-batten.


With proper maintenance, cedar siding lasts for many years. Cedar is a durable wood species that resists rot and pests much better than other types of wood. Cedar siding is popular in the home-building industry and has been for decades due to its many attributes. Cedar is valued for its strength, durability, and temperature and humidity resistance. It is versatile, easy to work with, and finishes well.


When you evaluate siding, there are many factors to consider – aesthetics, value, durability, versatility, and environmental sustainability.


Many plastic imitators claim to rank high in all these categories. But how do they really stack up against cedar? According to most experts, synthetic materials pale in comparison. From the start of planning a project, keep cedar in mind. You'll love its spectacular warm color and natural ability to harmonize with its surroundings.


What makes authentic cedar the right building material for your next project? This highly revered, durable wood is naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insect attacks, which means it will last a long time. Cedar is versatile, a pleasure to work with, and an environmentally sustainable building product.


Cedar is lightweight, easy to handle and install, pitch- and resin-free, making it an ideal substrate suitable for a wide range of stains and finishes.


By choosing cedar siding and paneling for your contemporary, rustic, or classic style interior or exterior, your finished project will exude warmth and versatile beauty. No man-made material can duplicate the naturally luxurious appearance and enduring quality of cedar.

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Fiber Cement Siding

Whether your dream house is a classic Colonial, ladylike Victorian, or handsome Craftsman, our diverse and detailed siding options will help you create a historically accurate, architecturally correct, and flat-out gorgeous home.


Your Local Roofer offers HardiePlank installation and painting. We can do projects from whole house installation to a updating a single wall or chimney.


If only a portion of your house has rotted siding and you have an interest in HardiePlank, you can stage the job to be done one wall at a time. In general, this won't cause a problem with the appearance of your home. Our experienced, trained HardiePlank installers do an excellent job.


When you want the classic look of wood siding coupled with lifetime durability, fiberboard cement siding may be your best choice. Fiberglass cement siding is a composite made of Portland cement, silica, and wood fiber.


Once painted, it looks almost identical to wood. It’s available in many styles and widths, both smooth and wood-textured, and you get crisp joints and details that will make your home’s exterior stand out. In addition, it’s highly rot- and insect-resistant, won’t burn, and paints beautifully.

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Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is inexpensive, quick to install, and easy to maintain, making it seem the ideal cladding solution for your home. Your Local Roofer is proud to provide you with a better alternative to consumer-grade exterior cladding.


Vinyl siding in insulated, traditional, and decorative styles, provides elegance and endurance.  Vinyl siding has the look and texture of wood but the durability and strength of vinyl. With multiple home siding styles and colors available, you can find the right one for your needs and decorative aesthetic.


Vinyl siding is tough, durable, and maintenance-free. It needs nothing more than a rinse from a hose to keep it clean and you never have to paint again. It’s a great way to keep your house looking good!

We can apply siding over the top of some siding material. However, we recommend removing the current siding down to the sheathing, adding house wrap, foam, and then apply the vinyl siding.


While vinyl siding is not for everyone, millions of American homeowners have decided that it’s right for them. Don’t be intimated by vinyl siding. Your Local Roofer knows how to install it and make high-quality repairs.

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Wood Siding

Wood siding is popular in many parts of the country and you may not want to consider any other type of siding. While there are many options, wood siding withstands the test of time and continues to be one of the top choices when it comes to re-siding. Here are some of the advantages of wood siding.


Almost every type of siding on the market tries to imitate the look of real wood because it has a timeless, classic look that makes us feel secure and grounded. Wood is natural, beautiful, and durable which makes it the first choice for use in traditional architecture such as cottages, bungalows, and Cape Cod exteriors.


Wood board siding is popular because of its natural beauty. Board siding is made from durable softwood lumber that is milled into several patterns and designed to interlock or overlap so the boards naturally shed rain, sleet, and snow.


If well maintained, wood siding can last over 30 years. The categories of wood siding include clapboard and milled-board siding, plywood and hardwood sheets, and shingles and shakes.

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