When it comes to choosing new siding for your new or remodeled home, the amount of possible choices can make you feel overwhelming. There are a lot of options out there. And siding is going to be an investment. That's why you need to make sure you get it right the first time. Our professionals will help you choose from some of the best options available on the market.

Before making a decision about type of siding, you need to think what style of house you have? Do you have a quaint Cape Cod, or is it more of a traditional looking Victorian? You may also be updating siding for a rustic ranch style home, or kind of a French Country style one. The type of home you have may have a lot to do with what style of siding your choose.



Clap Board is the most recognizable siding in the United States. This is because it looks attractive and is easy to install. Besides it's great at keeping water from getting in. If you’re looking for something tried and true, this is definitely the way you should choose.

Dutch Lap is the perfect choice if you want to give your home a rustic, log home appearance. Looking from a distance, the curved “reveal” on this siding looks a little bit like stacked logs, but this is not log cabin siding. This siding option is going to give a country look with a touch of opulence.

Shingles are considered by many to be uniquely American in their whole style. The fact is, this style was quite popular in New England at the end of the 19th century. It is also a siding option that says, “wealthy” because back thse days, only families that were well off could afford to have this type of siding.

Scallop siding (aka fish scale), is a great option if you want to add a traditional elegance and a pretty unique originality to your house. This is also a style that is often used as an accent for other styles. It's perfect for breaking horizontal patterns and adding some special character.

Board and Batten is a versatile style that can be successfully  used in a modern design, or just to give the look of barn boards to a rustic design. Whether you need something contemporary, or decidedly country, this style can get the job done. Use it alone or as an accent for other styles.


Wood is a material option almost everyone loves. It definitely has classic appeal. But it is an option that comes with some drawbacks. Before you choose it, remember it is more susceptible to insect and water damage, requires periodic painting or staining, is not fire resistant, and is not going to do well in a dry climate.

Metal is the material that gives a unique look, and some useful features: it's fire resistance, mold resistance, low cost. But be aware that aluminum is prone to being dented, and many people associate this material with metal sheds and trailers–and, that is a hard stereotype to break free of.

Vinyl is the least expensive and most comprehensive material option available. It comes in an impressive selection of styles and colors. It also has the benefit of easy maintenance, insulation, and the ability to look like real wood. As usually, it is not free of drawbacks. In fact, this material doesn’t require re-painting every 5 years, and is definitely a positive for some people, you’re going to have to live with the color you selected for many years, untill you decide to change it all to a new one.

Fiber is the perfect choice if you are looking for a high durability, low maintenance, and a very good quality. You can guess that this oprion will cost some extra money. Unlike vinyl, the color applied to fiber isn’t through the entire material - it will require some touch ups sooner or later. But, on a positive note, you can paint fiber in any color you want.

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