Wood Siding

Cedar

Cypress

Cypress

Cedar siding elevates your home to another level of beauty and warmth. The scent and feel of natural wood simply cannot be duplicated by other sidings. Resistant to rot and insects, cedar is both durable and environmentally friendly. It is viewed as one of the most sustainable building materials available.

Cypress

Cypress

Cypress

An ideal wood used for siding, cypress is naturally rot and insect resistant. When cared for properly cypress can last for hundreds of years, allowing you to save money by not replacing your siding. Cypress is a versatile wood that readily accepts a variety of stains and finishes.

Redwood

Redwood

Redwood

Like cedar and cypress, redwood is naturally resistant to rot and pests. Aside from its aesthetic beauty, redwood is lightweight and easy to install, making it and ideal wood for exterior use. When cared for properly, redwood can last for decades.

Bamboo

Redwood

Redwood

Bamboo is a great building material as it has naturally strong fibers that keep it from weathering easily. In addition to its strength, bamboo is also lightweight and easy to install. It is a versatile material that can provide quality protection in a variety applications.

Composite Siding

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Fiber-reinforced Concrete (FRC) Siding

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