Your home’s siding serves several important purposes. It creates the overall look of your home in combination with your roof. It also shields your home from moisture and extreme temperatures, which is why well-insulated siding can mean the difference in comfort and protection. Well-constructed siding functions to protect your home from other damaging elements as well including insects, small animals like rodents, and mold. your siding can not only update the exterior of your home but can also increase its energy efficiency and add to the comfort level of its occupants. Great siding will also eliminate the need to repaint because it won’t chip or fade. In this blog entry, our siding contractors at Anderson Exteriors in Ramsey talk about the siding options we offer and offer advice for choosing the right one for your home.

Making the Best Siding Choice

With all of the siding innovations of the past century, it can be difficult to know which siding solution is the best choice for your home. The right siding decision for you will depend on your goals for your siding. Our professional siding contractors can work with you to help you make the best choice for your home.

We offer three main styles of siding at Anderson Exteriors:

1.    Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is one of the longest-lasting and most durable siding options available. It can be expected to last as long as four decades with regular maintenance. New vinyl siding is combined with an added layer of insulation like Insultex.

We’re proud to offer Mastic vinyl siding at Anderson Exteriors. Mastic is one of the most durable and beautiful siding manufacturers in the industry, offering complete resistance to termites and low maintenance you’ll love. It’s also available in a wide range of colors and styles, making it a perfect match for any home.

2.    Engineered Wood Siding

If the timeless beauty of wood is your dream siding, consider engineered wood siding from LP SmartSide. Combining the visual appeal of classic wood and the low maintenance of pre-finished engineered siding, you’ll get the authentic look of wood with higher durability. While natural wood can make a welcome target for termites and other insects and harbor moisture that leads to mold and mildew, LP SmartSIde is treated to resist both.

3.    Steel Siding

If you’re looking for a higher level of protection, consider a siding solution that harnesses the strength of steel. With the power to resist strong storms, hail, and damage, steel will stand up for many decades. It’s also available in a surprising selection of colors and styles.

Choosing Your Siding Profile

Once you’ve decided on a siding material, it’s time to decide on a siding profile and color palette. Here are some of the options you have to choose from according to each siding material and manufacturer:

1.    Mastic Vinyl Siding

Mastic vinyl siding is available in several profiles including vertical, lap, clapboard, and shake & shingle as well as different board sizing. Once you’ve chosen a siding profile, you’ll need to choose a vinyl siding color. Mastic vinyl siding is available in 16 siding colors and four premium options, including: Almond, Cameo, Classic Cream, Colonial Yellow, Desert Sand, Everest, Harbor Gray, Linen, Pebblestone Clay, Sandstone, Scottish Thistle, Silver Grey, Tuscan Olive, Victorian Grey, White, Wicker, Deep Granite, English Wedgwood, Quiet Willow, and Rugged Canyon.

2.    LP SmartSide

LP SmartSide siding is available in lap siding, shakes, panel, and vertical siding. LP ExpertFinish colors are available in a number of vivid color options, including: Abyss Black, Rapids Blue, Summit Blue, Cavern Steel, Tundra Gray, Redwood Red, Canyon Brown, Timberland Suede, Terra Brown, Prairie Clay, Marshland Moss, Shoreline Cream, Quarry Gray, Sand Dunes, Desert Stone, and Arctic White.

3.    EDCO Steel Siding

Most homeowners are surprised to find out that steel siding is available in a variety of profiles that accurately resemble natural wood. EDCO steel siding is available in vertical, traditional lap, dutchlap, or shake. You can even create a unique look using a combination of profiles. Choose from a wide range of siding colors, including: Sedona, Onyx, Sapphire, Bordeaux, Tuscan, Charcoal Gray, Sandtone, Cedarwood, Canyon, Sage, Rustic Brown, Classic Blue, Driftwood Gray, Willow, Timber, Wicker Tone, Glacier White, Desert Tone, Classic Red, and Mahogany.

Contact Our Ramsey Siding Installation Contractors

At Anderson Exteriors, we work with homeowners to help them find the right siding solution and back up our work with powerful warranties. To check out our past products, browse our online gallery and check out our past siding installations.

You can also learn more about our siding solutions by speaking with one of our contractors to discuss your home’s needs. Give us a call at 763-323-0970 or contact us to discuss your siding replacement goals.