If you are in the market for siding, chances are you have done some research. Perhaps you already know the type of siding you want, or you would like some help in selection. In either case, you owe it to yourself to have a full scope of information on the latest siding products, their advantages and disadvantages, insulating factors (if any), warranties, and installation procedures. To use just one example, would it surprise you to know that there is actually a siding manufacturer that offers a “life of the home” limited warranty? This warranty is transferable to subsequent owners of the home, which gives the homeowner a great advantage when it comes time to sell the home. But a transferable warranty alone is not the only factor to consider. Some homeowners, as well as home buyers prefer the look, texture and features of fiber cement siding over vinyl. Fiber cement has advantages such as fire resistance, and moisture resistance. It is not prone
to warping or cracking, and is insect proof. Fiber cement does a very good job of imitating real wood. It can be painted the color you like, or there are pre-painted selections to choose from. But vinyl has had design advancements of its own. Some of today's vinyl can rival wood and fiber cement,
and vinyl is still the number one siding choice in America. Then there are some folks who like the idea of real cedar wood. The siding consultants of JD Hostetter and Associates, with their no-pressure consultation service, are ready to provide you with all the information you need to ensure to make the right choice. So contact JD Hostetter and Associates today for your exterior cladding options and installation.