All Types of Siding
When your home is ready for a facelift and you’re looking for siding installation, think Soo Mill! There are many types of siding; vinyl, aluminium, cement, wood, and more. Each type has its own unique procedures and protocols and our installers have the many skills required to be experts with all of them. That’s why our installers can confidently say, “We Install Siding.”
We know that the complete removal and disposal of all old materials is part of the job. We’ll get rid of any old siding and waste materials, and will ensure that not so much as a single stray nail is left on your property. Your siding installation project isn’t finished until you’re completely satisfied.
It’s also worth remembering when you’re getting new siding that you have a perfect opportunity to add insulation to your house. Our crews are also able to update your soffit and fascia and cap your existing windows and doors.
So if you are planning a siding installation project, come in and talk to Sault Ste. Marie’s Installation Specialists. They can help you choose the right siding, and get it professionally installed.
Your Project Specialists
Siding is a great way to add color and definition to your house. There are lots of siding options these days to help you create the perfect façade and you want to choose carefully. While aesthetics are always important, you also want to consider the material’s durability, ability to resist water, snow and ice, plus its ease of installation and versatility.
The versatility and easy maintenance of vinyl siding has helped it become one of the most popular siding options. While some design professionals and homeowners are turned off by the “plastic look” of some vinyl siding products, the variety of colors and styles available helps explain this siding options popularity.
Wood siding offers a rich look and is durable if maintained properly. If you are attracted to this look keep in mind that it requires periodic maintenance (chalking and painting or staining to prevent weather damage) and is susceptible to insect or rodent attacks. Depending on maintenance, your rich wood siding can last from 10 to sometimes 100 years.
Made from fired clay, genuine brick comes in different sizes and textures. Brick has been used for hundreds of years and has stood the test of time. These days brick siding is often a veneer constructed outside of a home’s wood frame structure, with mortar used to hold the bricks together.
Fiber-cement siding has become a popular siding choice for many homeowners. Fiber-cement siding is low-maintenance, non-flammable and termite-resistant. Available in a range of styles and textures, factory painting or finishes are highly recommended.
Stone and Stone-Veneer Siding
More lightweight and less expensive than natural stone, stone-veneer siding comes in natural and synthetic materials. There are many styles available that help enhance your home’s curb appeal.
As you can see there are lot’s of siding options for homeowners to consider when choosing siding. One of our Project Specialists can help answer any questions you may have when it comes time to make a choice. And remember, most homes use two or more types of siding to create a custom look.
Provided by Mitten
Is it colour that drives your inner designer wild? From traditional to new bold colours, there’s more to vinyl siding than white.
> Visit Mitten’s residential siding page for more profiles and to see colour choices.
Provided by GenStone
GenStone is just as durable and likely longer lasting than real stone, brick or rock. In fact, unlike natural or cast stone GenStone will not chip, crack or break. > Visit GenStones’s siding page for more information and to see colour choices.
Provided by James Hardie® Building Products
Feel safe knowing that these siding products are resistant to just about anything Mother Nature can throw at them.
> Visit James Hardie’s siding page for more information and to see colour choices.
CanExel siding combines authenticity and style. Provides a distinct look that reflects the personality of a home.
> Visit CanExcel siding page for more information and to see options.