Fiber Cement Siding Contractors

Most homeowners understand that siding is not something to be taken lightly. The quality and style of your siding can severely impact your home’s curb appeal. It can also directly impact your home’s resale value, with bad enough siding even resulting in a home being condemned due to the many hazards of failing materials. 

Siding, like roofs, is a line of defense against the elements, keeping water and pests out, and helping to keep climate control contained inside. This is why choosing the right contractor, and the right siding, are crucial things. 

Today, fiber cement siding is one of the most popular sidings, and for a host of reasons.

What is Fiber Cement Siding?

Fiber cement siding can take many forms, colors, and styles, which produces a very desirable versatility unmatched by many other materials. It’s made of water, fly ash or silica sand, wood pulp, and cement.

This mixture of materials provides a hard, durable, yet also pliable material that can withstand severe climate extremes, and rough weather for decades. The maintenance is very low, and it’s easy to clean.

This mixed with its versatility contribute to fiber cement siding contractors being in quite a bit of demand. Not all contractors know how to handle this material.

Fiber Cement or Vinyl?

Before seeking out fiber cement siding contractors, you should weigh the pros and cons of this material compared to more traditional vinyl siding. Vinyl siding is, of course, a cheaper material, being older and less complex to manufacture. It’s also easier to find contractors able to handle vinyl, for the same reasons. 

Vinyl is even lower in maintenance because it never has to be painted, where more often than not, fiber cement siding does have to be painted, due to less variety in coloring, if any. However, this has its advantages, as colors can be changed at any time with fiber cement, while vinyl cannot be painted. Once you’ve chosen your vinyl color, you’re stuck with it until you change your siding once more. 

Finally, fiber cement siding can take on so many more styles and forms than vinyl, which we’ll outline in more detail below. 

The Many Styles of Fiber Cement Siding 

Fiber cement siding, as said before, can take on many forms and styles, meaning you can achieve just about any look you want while enjoying the affordability, low maintenance, and durability of this innovative material. 

  • Clapboards – These are the form factor most people think of when they visualize siding as a whole. Clapboards can resemble traditional metal or vinyl siding, wood, or rough materials for a modern or rustic look. You can’t tell the difference unless you’re right on top of it. 
  • Shingles – Fiber cement siding can also take the form of shingles or shake, to provide an old fashioned, very distinct and rich appearance, perfect for Victorian or New England styles. Like the clapboards, it’s indistinguishable from most distances. 
  • Stone/Brick/Stucco – You can even mimic the organic, warm look of stone or brick with fiber cement siding or the exotic and rich-in-personality styling of stucco. 

Fiber Cement Siding Contractors Near Me

At JDT Construction, we have decades of experience working with various types of siding, from traditional organic materials, all the way up to advanced modern synthetics. If you search for “fiber cement siding contractors near me”, we’ll be at the top of your search results, and that’s for a reason – we offer quality, reliability and customer service for a price that you can feel very happy with. 

Don’t settle for fragile materials or a less-experienced contractor, call us today or fill out our contact form for a zero-obligation consultation!

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