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What is the Best Siding for a House?

Best Siding for HomesWith so many siding options available to choose from, how do you know which material is best for your home? The truth is, there are pros and cons to all siding materials, as well as many different factors to take into account, including price range and your particular climate. Consider the following benefits and detriments to the most popular siding materials:


Versatility, affordability, and ease of maintenance are among the foremost reasons why vinyl is one of the most predominant siding choices throughout the country. However, it can become prone to leaks, buckling, and cracking if not properly installed.


Wood siding provides a rich, warm, and sophisticated appearance that is simply beyond compare. However, it requires frequent maintenance and is susceptible to rodent, bird, and insect infestation.


Brick siding provides a stately appearance that is particularly charming for English, Tudor, and Colonial exteriors. It stands tough in the face of extreme weather conditions and is also noncombustible. However, it tends to be more expensive than other siding products, and it comes in few colors.

Fiber Cement Siding

A versatile product, fiber cement siding can mimic the look of wood, stucco, and masonry, and requires virtually no maintenance. It is also termite-resistant and non-flammable, making it an exceptionally durable choice for your home. However, like brick siding, it can run on the more expensive side.

Contact RAMCO Home Improvements

At RAMCO Home Improvements, we can provide you with two high-performance siding materials: vinyl and fiber cement. Both of these options are crafted by industry-leading manufacturers, including James Hardie, and provide exceptional beauty, strength, durability, and ease of maintenance. To learn more about the siding options we offer, contact us today.


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