Improve Your Home With Lafayette’s Top House Siding Installation Company
Whether you’re residing your home or looking for new house siding, there are plenty of options to choose from, and the right one for you depends on more than just style. You need to think about future maintenance, like repainting and residing. You also need to think about durability and energy efficiency. Let us help you find the right house siding for your North Denver home, get a quote now.
Being one of the most versatile types of house siding, lap siding comes in an array of colors and textures. Most lap siding comes in wood, but there are options to have the material be vinyl and engineered wood. The type of material you choose will lend to how much future maintenance you will need to put into maintaining the siding.
Lap siding is one of our customers favorite types of siding to add to their homes because it can go with just about any existing siding, including stucco, stone, and brick. Unlike sidings like stucco, lap siding is easy to repair, because individual boards can be replaced.
For accent purposes, cedar shake siding is a perfect addition to add depth and perception to your homes curb appeal. It’s a great (and more affordable) alternative to wood shake and lends to easy future maintenance.
Completely engineered wood material, panel house siding is the perfect type of siding for homeowners that don’t want to worry about residing every 5 years. It’s strong, durable, and holds up to climate changes like we see here in North Denver. It also gives you the natural wood look you like from traditional siding.
Coordinating the trim and fascia with your house siding is important in pulling off the overall look of your home. By mixing the right materials and textures of trim and fascia, your home can go from drab to fab – and we can help you get there. With our premium brand of trim and fascia, there are fewer seams to show and it comes in an array of styles and patterns.
Soffit is the underlying layer that connects your house to the roof and fascia. It acts as a decorative piece – so you don’t see roofing rafters and joists – and as a protective layer to your home. Did you know your house needs to breathe in order to keep it from building up too much heat or moisture? That’s right, without correctly placed vents – or soffit with venting built in – your house could cause you troubles down the road. Let our experts help you learn more about the importance of soffit.