Siding

 

Wood, Vinyl, Stucco, and Fiber-Cement

There are a lot of good siding alternatives to brick.  The most common and best options are wood, vinyl, stucco, and fiber-cement.

Siding should be installed as soon as possible after the plumber, electrician, and HVAC contractor have roughed-in all their wires and pipes which pass through exterior walls 

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Vinyl Siding

Vinyl is a popular choice and a solid and reliable one as well.

It’s much cheaper than brick and is easy to care for.

It can be used as a complete siding job or as a supplement to brick, as seen in this photo.

Vinyl is available in horizontal lap over strips or in a variety of “shingle” looks.

vinyl siding

 

 

Vinyl won’t rot, peel, dent, or scratch.  It never needs painting.  A garden hose is all you need to keep it clean.

If you find a look you like among the many styles available, it makes a good value choice.

Hire a company that specializes in vinyl siding, not one who may do it as a sideline.  This is one of those things where a small construction company may advertise vinyl siding installation as one of its services, while they actually subcontract the job to someone else.

 

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