Protect Your Home With Superior Siding Materials
Siding has evolved to create the exact exterior you desire — Royal Exteriors goes beyond the one-size-fits-all approach and crafts a durable exterior that percolates the leading function with an undeniable aesthetic. This is accomplished by the premium siding materials we use, fused with our expert workmanship.
TYPES OF SIDING MATERIAL WE SPECIALIZE IN
Fiber-cement siding is an excellent option for many homeowners because of its high durability and versatility. Fiber-cement siding can be crafted to resemble wood clapboards, cedar shingles, stucco, and more. Fiber-cement siding is made from a fusion of cement, sand, and wood fiber, for an extremely long-lasting material.
This type of siding is typically more expensive, but it outperforms many of its competitors with its ability to resist many common threats (weather damage, animals, etc.), making it a popular siding choice.
Choose fiber-cement siding for:
- •All-climate durability (especially hot and humid)
- •Fire-, wind-, and rain-resistance
- •Reduced maintenance costs
- •Painting options
...roughly 20% of new homes are choosing fiber cement siding.
Vinyl siding is one of the most popular siding choices because of its affordability, and it has come a long way — it’s not the same vinyl siding from decades past!
Vinyl siding is available in a broad array of colors and styles, creating a modern aesthetic while keeping your home protected.
Today’s vinyl is more fade-resistant, withstands extreme weather and common hazards, and wears beautifully.
Choose vinyl siding for:
- •Lower maintenance
- •Resistant to UV, strong winds, termites and rot
- •Energy efficiency
...about 26% of new homes used vinyl siding in their construction.
Wood siding has been gaining momentum for home exterior remodel projects and has become a very trendy option. Homeowners are choosing a mixed-material exterior, where wood is the prominent feature.
Wood siding is the unrivaled siding material when it comes to creating and customizing your home’s new aesthetics. There are a variety of wood siding materials, styles, textures, and maintenance options that can create a unique look in most people’s budgets.
Popular choices of wood siding include pine, spruce, cypress, fir, cedar, and redwood.
Choose wood siding for:
- •Impeccable aesthetics
- •Painting and staining capabilities
- •Easy repair
There are a variety of siding materials — fiber-cement, stone, metal, wood, and vinyl — to both match and create the exterior aesthetic you’re looking for. From traditional stone and brick to modern metal steel siding, Royal Exteriors can craft a home exterior you’ll love. Breathe new life into your home’s worn and outdated exterior with new siding — don’t live in the before picture, be the after!
THE MODERN LOOK OF WOOD
Natural wood siding is having its moment in siding trends! Homeowners are flocking to this material as they’re updating the exterior of their homes. Wood siding is being paired with wood garage doors and large wood beams, for a streamlined aesthetic highlighting this natural material.
One of the biggest benefits in the siding industry is that wood siding can easily be replicated if you don’t want to commit to its cost and upkeep. Fiber cement siding, lap board, and even some vinyl siding options all provide superior protection while achieving the natural look of wood.
Siding is available in an array of colors if you choose a siding that can be painted or choose vinyl siding. Depending on the aesthetic you’re looking to create, a common trend has been dark colors such as dark grey and deep blues. Another trend that’s been seen in mid-century modern homes is white with black trim and accents. The color trends for home siding have been moving away from traditional tan and beige, and opting for more contrasting colors that set homes apart.
CREATE A UNIQUE DESIGN
For the ultimate modern exterior, mixing fiber-cement and wood siding is the latest trend. Adding a dark grey metal lap board on the bottom exterior and pairing it with wood or wood-mimicking siding on the top half is what many homeowners seek.
For a more traditional look, stone siding is a great accent to add, complementing vinyl, and fiber-cement siding varieties.