Professional Siding Contractor
Professionally-installed siding is a significant investment, but it will protect your home from the elements such as storms, hail, and wind. It’s also an excellent way to increase curb appeal.
The decision to side your home is a big one, with choices that may feel overwhelming and intimidating. Instead of going it alone, give us a call today at (412) 552-3382 for top-quality siding.
Types of Siding
There are many different types of siding, giving you plenty of options for your home. Here’s just a small list of our most popular siding choices to get your creative juices flowing.
Your highest-performance budget-friendly option is vinyl siding. Lasting up to fifty years, vinyl is a long-term investment that pairs with homes of all sizes, styles, and ages. It’s also low maintenance and energy-efficient to boot.
Metal siding has a very long lifespan and is incredibly durable. With Pittsburgh’s severe weather and frequent storms, the investment may be worth the increased cost. Metal siding comes in an array of finishes and styles, so you don’t have to worry about a shiny, metallic eyesore.
James Hardie Siding
James Hardie siding, our highest recommendation, is the summit of performance and style. A fiber cement composition provides top-rated resistance to insects, rot, extreme temperatures, and impacts. Plus, numerous color and surface options ensure the ideal aesthetic for your home.
Soffits & Fascia
Soffits and fascia cover any protruding faces between a roof and side of a house. They create a stylish transition between the two while providing a barrier to moisture, pests, and other damage. Soffits and fascia are an affordable upgrade to siding that helps to prevent future repairs.
Pittsburgh Siding Services
The decision to install siding is a big one, especially since it can dramatically change the look of your home. Ribbon Roofing of Pittsburgh is with you every step of the way, from choosing your materials to installing the siding.
Even properly maintained siding will eventually begin to show its age. While we will always attempt to repair damage first, there are times when replacement is the better and more affordable option. We’ll discuss your options with you to help you make an informed decision about the process.
Just like every part of your home, siding requires maintenance and repair to function at its best. Often, the difference between old, tired siding and brand new siding is a little bit of TLC, which we’re more than happy to provide. If you’ve noticed your siding doesn’t look as good as it used to, don’t hesitate to give us a call and we’ll get your siding up to snuff in no time.
Advantages of Siding
Increased Curb Appeal
Siding can completely change the look of your home, giving it a new lease on life. Siding often looks much neater than paint, and with so many different styles available, you’re sure to find something to suit your style.
The added advantage of a more beautiful-looking home is the subsequent value increase. If you’re considering selling in the near future, installing siding is an excellent investment with a high return.
Siding adds an extra layer of insulation to your home, which keeps the interior air at a more stable temperature. This insulation translates to lower energy bills, which saves you money and is great for the environment.
Ease of Maintenance
By its very nature, siding is robust and durable. Once you have siding installed, it requires very little routine maintenance. You only need to worry about your siding when it starts looking worn, which will be many years after the initial installation.
Is siding cheaper than painting?
How often do I need to replace my siding?
Most siding tends to last several decades with no problems, but you may notice warning signs that your siding needs to be replaced, such as noticeable loosening, blistered, cracked, or faded panels, and evidence of water seepage into the house.
Sometimes, we can repair your siding instead of replacing it completely, so don’t hesitate to give us a call to discuss your options.
How much does it cost to side a house?
That depends on the materials you choose and the size of the house. Since every job is different, we recommend getting in touch with us so we can give you a comprehensive quote.