New Siding Options for Twin Cities Homes
Looking For a Siding Contractor in Minneapolis – St. Paul?
Midwest Exteriors Plus is Your Minneapolis West Metro Siding Contractor!
Midwest Exteriors Plus provides a wide variety of siding solutions for your home or business. Whether you want the strength and seamless look that steel can give, the maintenance-free ease of vinyl, the endurance of fiber-cement, or the warm beauty of wood, Midwest Exteriors Plus can help you find the best look for your home.
Minneapolis Siding Installation
From Modern to Craftsman Style Siding to Traditional, Midwest Exteriors Plus has a siding option for you. We have years of siding installation experience and have come trust certain products and vendors. We offer Vinyl, Engineered Wood, and Cement Board siding options. We would be happy to answer any questions your have and help you find the best siding option for your home.
Add Instant Curb Appeal & Value With New Siding
Your home’s style is a reflection of you. There are so many types of siding to choose from, but rest assured, Midwest’s knowledgeable sales consultants will help you determine the best siding option for your home based on your style and budget. We offer installation of many types of siding from different manufacturers. There are advantages to each type of siding, and you are sure to find the one that best fits your home’s needs.
Frequently Asked Siding Questions
Q: Does Siding Maintenance Matter?
A: Siding requires little maintenance, but a small amount of maintenance will help prolong the life of your siding. If you are worried about siding maintenance, vinyl is your lowest maintenance option.
Q: What is the Best Siding For a Minnesota Home?
A: Steel siding and Hardie board stand up well in Minnesota weather. Both do well in Minnesota winters, as well as the spring thaw and summer heat.
Q: When is it Time to Get New Siding?
A: If your siding is warped, cracked or coming off of your house, you likely need new siding. High energy costs, storm damage, and extreme fading can also be signs that siding replacement is necessary.
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Siding & Trim
James Hardie leads the industry in quality fiber-cement siding technology. Found on over 4 million homes, the HardiePlank lap siding is the most popular brand of siding in America. Available in a wide variety of colors and styles, James Hardie siding is the superior siding choice for Minnesota.
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Emco Building Products
Emco Building Products, manufactured in North Dakota, is a leading manufacturer of exterior home improvement products. Among their quality building materials are seamless steel siding, soffit and fascia systems, gutters and more. Emco’s premium exterior grade ceramic custom coatings are Energy Star rated and Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) compliant.
Alside introduced the first low-maintenance residential siding in 1947 and have consistently raised the bar on appearance and performance. You can count on their Charter Oaks Premium Vinyl Siding to provide quality you can count on for the exterior of your home.
Design Your Home With Siding
Try our Siding Decider to design your own siding estimate based on your styles and budget. Midwest Exteriors Plus will generate an estimate based on your choices. Click here to use this amazing interactive software designed for siding customers just like you.
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Choosing the right material for your home is critical, and there are plenty of options for siding available. Although it’s a less conventional option, steel siding has a number of advantages in the Midwest, and all home and business owners should take a look to find out if it’s right for them. Here are three […]
Steel siding offers excellent durability, and owners can expect it to last 50 years or even longer. Although it requires relatively little maintenance, periodic cleaning can help extend the lifespan of your siding and keep it looking great. Fortunately, steel siding is fairly easy to clean, but it’s important to avoid damaging the paint or […]
Adding new siding to your home can increase its value. However, the decision is not always an easy one. Sometimes, it makes sense to delay or skip installing new siding, particularly if you plan on selling your home in the near future. Here are a few guidelines to consider.