When it comes to choosing siding for your home, it is a balancing act between looks, durability, maintenance, and affordability. The right siding can dramatically boost your home’s appearance. While aesthetics are always important, you also want to consider the material’s longevity, ability to resist water, ease of installation, and versatility. Siding will protect your home against the harshest elements and is a major factor in a home’s value. You have plenty of choices when it comes to exterior siding: wood, vinyl, and fiber cement are just a few. Millennium Windows are experts at installing all types of siding at the best price for the homeowner.
Millennium Windows Inc. offers a complete line of siding, such as:
Vinyl siding is made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and is the most popular choice among homeowners. It is relatively inexpensive and durable material that stands up against rot and insect damage, and never needs painting. Installing vinyl siding on your home is a great way to add color (over 300 choices available) and versatility (horizontal or vertical panels, sashes, shingles, fish scales, lap and beaded designs, etc.). Insulated vinyl siding is also a great choice to raise your home’s energy efficiency.
Wood siding offers a rich look and durability and if maintained properly, can last 100 years or more. Wood siding comes in clapboards, scales and shingles. Wood can be stained and painted in limitless colors. It is a lightweight and eco-friendly choice of siding. Its beautiful appearance gives any home an extra boost in resale value and will stand out next to houses with other siding choices.
Fiber cement siding is made from sand, Portland cement, wood fiber, and other additives. Fiber cement siding has a natural wood texture in addition to resisting rotting, warping, cracking, and pests. It won’t be affected by weather and is fireproof. Fiber cement siding is very versatile in its finish and texture, offering many design and color options, such as brick and stone textures.
Soffit is most commonly used around building’s main roof, but can also be used under porches, arches, or columns. It is commonly made of aluminum and vinyl.
Soffit keeps out pests like birds and squirrels, and protects your rafters from the elements.
Vented soffit helps the home breathe, allowing air to flow through the vents to provide regular circulation to your attic.
Choosing aluminum or vinyl soffit is practical and economical. These types of soffit require very little maintenance, are resistant to rot and decay, and don’t require treating or painting.
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