At Georgia In Home Services, we choose the highest quality siding materials to provide durable protection for your home. We specialize in installing both vinyl and fiber cement siding. The wear and tear from Georgia's extreme weather patterns mean that your siding will no doubt have to be replaced during your home's life cycle.
Cracks or rot in the siding is an open invitation to moisture and mold growth. You don't want pests or insects setting up home in those cracks. Siding that appears to be fading or discolored, points to symptoms of potential moisture damage. High energy bills could be partly to blame for siding issues. When siding is damaged, it will lose the capacity to insulate and protect your house. Homeowners will see heating and HVAC systems working overtime to keep the house cool in Summer and warm in Winter.
FIBER CEMENT Siding lasts up to 50 years. Siding that is nice and strong, made from cement, sand, and cellulose fibers. Resistant to fire, insects, and weather, plus it is known to not warp. Georgia In Home Services install fiber cement siding products from the brand name James Hardie(r).
HardiePlank brings a wood-like appearance to any home and boasts a wonderful range of vivid color options in a variety of textures to suit any style. A nice to know is that HardiePlank can be painted. Many homeowners feel painting improves the look and the life of the material.
Fiber Cement Innovation: With the HardieZone(tm) System, James Hardie provides siding with specific performance attributes relative to the climate where the product is used.
For improved performance with HardieZone(tm) products, homeowners can add ColorPlus(r) Technology. This process involves applying multiple coats of paint that were created especially for the demand extreme weather puts on a home's exterior. The result is a consistent finish that lasts up to 2 times longer.
*For HZ5(tm) board environments, this baked-on coating offers maximum durability and resistance to prolonged exposure to freezing and moisture.
*In HZ10(tm) board areas, the specially formulated paint stands up to UV levels in a way few field-applied paints can, offering up to 30% more fade resistance.
Visit the ColorPlus Technology website to view the ColorPlus Palette and find your perfect shade.
VINYL SIDING is a great choice for Atlanta homeowners. Vinyl Siding is a polyvinyl chloride or PVC-based material - that offers affordability, is easy to install, and is low maintenance.
Vinyl siding is easier to maintain than siding made from wood. No need to worry about scratch marks and then repainting the home's siding over the years. An occasional rinse and rub with the garden hose will have the vinyl siding look as good as new. Clapboard and Dutch lap designs come in a dozen color options to compliment any style of home.
There are many siding options to choose from, and all have pros and cons. This table is your go-to for understanding the materials and lifespan that each offer:
FIBER CEMENT: lasts up to 50 years. Siding that is nice and strong, made from wood fibers, cement, and water. Resistant to fire, insects, and weather.
HARDIE BOARD SIDING: a durable siding product from the brand name, the James Hardie company. It's made of cement, sand, and cellulose fibers. This is a fiber cement siding product. Fire-resistant, weather, moisture, and insect-resistant, plus is known not to warp. Brings a wood-like appearance to any home. A wonderful range of vivid color options that come in a variety of textures to suit many styles. Hardie board Siding can be painted. Many homeowners feel painting improves the look and the life of the material.
ALUMINIUM SIDING: boasts a lifespan of about 20 to 40 years. Aluminum is a tough metal that is low-cost and low-maintenance. It is rust-resistant, insect and rot-resistant, and fire resistant, while maintaining a high level of energy efficiency.
STONE VENEER its lifespan varies greatly, from 20 to 75 years. Whether selecting natural stone or synthetic, it comes in many colors and shapes. Made from Portland cement, pumice, and other variants. Its wear will show over time.
VINYL SIDING: not too bad at 20 to 40 years. Vinyl Siding is a polyvinyl chloride or PVC-based material - that offers affordability, is easy to install, and is low maintenance.
WOOD: like vinyl offers a 20 to 40-year cycle. Many types of wood are used for siding, from pine to redwood cedar. Wood is a customizable choice that is also biodegradable. Wood siding is great to paint in colors of your choice. Wood siding is a concern with weather and termites.
ENGINEERED WOOD: also known as composite siding. A mixture of wood fiber and resin. More affordable than real wood. It can be recycled and is not too expensive to purchase.
BRICK: offers the best-guaranteed lifespan of about 100 years + A mixture of clay and shale that is durable, energy-efficient, and offers some soundproofing.
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