Steel Siding: Invest in Your Future

house_with_Emco_sidingOther than your roof, the siding you choose for your home or business will be one of the largest investments you make. There are many options to choose from including vinyl, stucco, wood, stone, and more. Each material has its own advantages, benefits, and ideal installation applications.

Steel siding is a common choice among homeowners and business owners for it’s strength and durability. Steel is thicker and stronger than aluminum making it more durable and dent resistant, and it has a greater lifespan than either vinyl or aluminum – some steel siding products are built to last 50 years or more! Continue reading “Steel Siding: Invest in Your Future”

James Hardie Siding and Accessories

Tired of rotten wood? James Hardie Siding might be right for you!

James Hardie has worked to develop superior remodeling products, focusing entirely on fiber cement since the 1970’s. Their fiber cement siding, soffit, fascia, and trim is primarily made up of the raw materials wood fiber, water, sand and cement.  This platform helps them keep a very durable product.  Due to the structure of James Hardie products, homeowners can trust in the low maintenance aspect of the siding and accessories. Continue reading “James Hardie Siding and Accessories”

Prodigy Insulated Vinyl Siding

Save money, while beautifying your home!

Most people plan on replacing the siding on their home when they have had it with the constant maintenance.  While you are changing the appearance of the home, why not add some more value to your home?  Alside has many different siding lines, but Prodigy is by far their most energy efficient line.

With Alside’s Prodigy next generation insulated vinyl siding you can achieve the look you want and increase the energy efficiency of your home.  Prodigy’s insulated foam underlayment is designed to help maintain the temperature of your home as desired – promising the highest R-value in the industry.  This layer of insulation, measuring 1 1/2″ thick, allows moisture to escape while preventing energy loss, keeping your home comfortable.  This is very important when you think of the changing weather in the Twin Cities metro area!  

Looking for texture?  Prodigy provides a milled cedar design available in clapboard and dutch lap profiles (21 colors available), so you can get the beautiful look of wood and stay within your budget!  To check out the features that Prodigy has to offer, visit  http://www.prodigysiding.com.

 

Also, take a look at the lifetime transferable warranty – http://www.alside.com/pdf/Prodigy_Warranty.pdf