Compared to other materials used for siding, nothing compares to the natural beauty that cedar boards provide. On its own, cedar performs well under most weather conditions, from heat and cold, and varying levels of humidity. However, it does require some amount of maintenance to keep it in good shape. One of the most common maintenance steps cedar siding needs periodically is staining.[…] Read More
Various sectors in the construction industry are expected to experience significant growth in the near future. The increase in residential and non-residential construction and infrastructure activities influences the demand for new siding as well as replacement windows. According to a recent market research report, the siding market is predicted to grow from $72.9 billion in 2019 to 93.4 billion by 2024.
ProVia launched its new Grout Color Visualizer to let homeowners mix and match stone and styles with grout options. The tool is very easy to use, with just three simple steps.
Standard vinyl siding offers plenty of benefits to a home in terms of appeal, efficiency,and weather protection. However, it’s not without disadvantages. Homeowners often find the pliable material too “soft” to cover awkward corners and contours in their wall structures. Press a little too hard and you can warp a vinyl siding permanently. Insulated siding addresses all these issues effectively. Moreover, its built-in insulation also helps improve your overall energy efficiency. It does all this and more, of course, for a price.
It may not be easy to choose between a cedar and insulated vinyl siding. On the one hand, you have a natural product that provides a rustic look. On the other, you have a more versatile siding material. In today’s post, Homecraft Inc., your local siding contractor, makes a case for the latter as we highlight CedarMAX vinyl siding from ProVia®.
Since the siding covers a large part of your home, it is important to carefully assess how it can affect your home’s overall aesthetics. The right siding color can do wonders not only for boosting your home’s curb appeal, but also in increasing its overall market value. With hundreds of shades available, you might find it overwhelming to choose a color. Read on as Homecraft® Inc. shares simple tips for finding the best siding color for your home.
Siding replacement isn’t the most stressful home improvement, but it isn’t the most convenient either. To help ease your apprehensions and make everything go smoothly, here are the things you need to expect: