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Weather Protection with Composite Siding

Composite siding can also be called weatherboard or cladding. The name composite means that it is manufactured using a combination of materials with the expectation that it will gain the favorable properties of each material. The main purpose of composite siding is to protect the structure from exterior elements. Composite siding can adapt to your home’s specific building and décor because it is available in different styles and textures and made from various materials. The manufacturing process for composite siding improves upon nature, creating siding that is engineered for strength, performance, and protection against fungal decay and termites.

What are the benefits?

Protect your home with composite siding.

Protect your home with composite siding.

Composite siding has multiple benefits while costing less than siding made from hardwoods. Composite siding is one of the most durable and longest-lasting siding products. It prevents leaks from external elements that may harm the interior of your structure. Composite siding is highly resistant to fire, termites, and water damage. It requires little maintenance and repainting after almost a decade.

What are some style variations?

Types of composite siding vary from wood to fiber to cement. Composite wood siding may be made from sawdust, shredded wood, hardboards, or veneered plywood. Fiber cement siding is made from cellulose fiber, sand, and cement. It is the most durable and longest running composite siding.

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