All States Home Improvement can wrap your home in beautiful, durable vinyl or fiber cement James Hardie siding, increasing the value of your home and helping to lower your monthly energy costs. For 30 years we’ve been working with local homeowners to choose a siding color and style that best suits their home and then installing that siding with the precision only a factory-trained expert can achieve. Each of our siding installation specialists has undergone countless hours of the factory and on-the-job training to ensure that we get the job done right- the first time.
Choosing between the different siding options can be a stressful process. It’s a big investment into your home and you want to evaluate each option to determine what is best for you. To help you along your home improvement process we have laid out the different siding options and their pros and cons. To find the best option for your needs, weigh the benefits of each to your unique expectations.
Vinyl siding for your home
With Vinyl siding you’ll choose from a wide selection of vibrant colors, colors that won’t fade over time and do not require scraping and repainting. The low maintenance of vinyl siding is just part of what sets it apart from metal or wooden siding. Vinyl siding is far more energy-efficient and durable than either wood or metal. It is also easier to install, which makes for quick and easy projects. Vinyl is a budget friendly option that is low in both material and installation cost. Vinyl or composite siding is the most popular option in America today. It lasts an average of 30 years depending on the elements and it’s easy to clean. All States recommends their composite siding with contour foam that holds up better in our Kansas weather than traditional vinyl siding.
Fiber cement siding for Wichita, Kansas area houses
We install top of the line James Hardie® Siding in Wichita and the surrounding areas. James Hardie® is the nation’s leading producer of quality fiber cement siding . Their commitment to innovation in both manufacturing and installation has made them the fastest growing choice for siding in America, covering more than 6 million homes throughout the country.
It is exceptionally durable, resisting damage from hailstorms and other inclement weather. It doesn’t crack, rot, grow mold or mildew, or expand or contract during fluctuating temperatures. It is virtually maintenance free and holds paint beautifully. Fiber cement siding typically lasts up to 50 years if it is properly installed. James Hardie fiber cement siding is the highest quality brand of siding available.
For a natural look for your home consider wood siding
Wood siding is a good option if you want that natural wood finish on your home, cabin, or barn. Keep in mind that the installation and material costs are relatively high. Wood siding has a decently involved installation process – it is not a quick project. The cost may vary depending on the type of wood you select for your home. Wood must be regularly maintained or else you could experience insect or water damage quickly after getting it installed.
Metal siding is a good option for industrial-style buildings
If you’re wanting an industrial look for your home – metal siding could be for you. It’s very low maintenance, you’re less likely to experience mold or fungus growth, and it repels insects. Metal siding generally is on the more expensive end when shopping for siding options. It’s also more prone to dents and damage from hail or severe weather and replacing a damaged panel can be very tricky and expensive.
Hopefully this buyer’s guide can help you in the right direction for finding the best siding for your unique preferences. Our team of experts are here to answer any questions you may have. Call us at (316) 444-1220 for an in-home consultation to discuss the best siding options for your home.