Siding Solutions MA delivers exterior home beautification that takes curb appeal to a new level through Fiber-Cement Siding. Offering a variety of durable materials (masonry, stucco, wood, stone, or stone-veneer) that delivers quality, architectural definition, vibrant colors, with very low maintenance.
Whether your style is warm and charming, elegant, modern or something in between we have you covered. Our design team will bring your vision board to a long-lasting reality. Let your journey begin!
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Decisions, Decisions...you may be asking yourself which siding solution is best for me?
With the many types of siding solutions available, the task of deciding which siding is best for you can seem like a daunting task! Not to worry, our team of design experts are here to help. We will meet with you in the comfort of your home and together explore the many solutions available and to help you "Define Your Look!"
If you haven't visited our Q&A Siding Solutions page, be sure to do so, you'll find it informative.
The most popular choice for many homeowners, Fiber-Cement Siding, offers a rich color selection, with a range of style and textures i.e. masonry, stucco or wood looks that is low-maintenance, non-flammable and termite-resistant; factory painting or finishes are highly recommended.
Vinyl Siding is one of the most modestly priced siding solution. The versatility, modest pricing, and easy maintenance is how it became a popular siding choice in the United States. 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 its popularity.
Commonly used for bungalows, Cape Cods and cottage exteriors, 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). Depending on maintenance, your rich wood siding can last from 10 to sometimes 100 years.
The traditional brick look, made from fired clay, comes in different sizes and textures. Brick is commonly found on Colonial, Tudor and English Cottage exteriors, providing a beautiful look; used for hundreds of years, brick has stood the test of time. Brick siding is usually a veneer that is constructed outside of a home's wood frame structure; mortar is used to hold the bricks together.
Traditional stucco made from building sand, Portland cement, lime, and water. A waterproof barrier paper and galvanized metal screening are applied over wood walls before the stucco is added to provide a good base for the stucco and protect the walls underneath. While stucco can be applied to homes with brick and stone surfaces, the classic look is commonly found on Mediterranean, Ranch and Spanish-mission exteriors.