Finding the right siding for your home or commercial project can definitely be overwhelming. From all the decisions that need to be made for the material, color, and panel profile, we understand that those decisions are not simple choices. Having the right details and consideration to find the right product is essential in any home improvement project.
You’re searching for a wood look for your project. Upon realizing the potential of termites, dry rot, wood warping, and expense from using real wood, now you’re looking for alternatives. Luckily, there is no shortage of materials that replicate a wooden look to choose from. Two of the most common products are Alumaboard® and T-8 Plankwall®.
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Insulation is an essential accessory to a metal building to help keep energy costs lower. Proper insulation will keep a structure warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer so that less cooling and heating system usage is necessary. Insulation is also essential to keep your structure up to building code, as the necessary R-value for the insulation needed is always specified.
When someone thinks of standing seam, a picture of the bold, clean lines that makes standing seam so attractive most likely comes to mind. However, that mental picture is most likely up on a roof.
When making a large purchase, you want your investment to be fully protected. If you’re purchasing a metal roof or metal siding for your home, then it’s completely understandable for your ears to perk up when you hear that the metal panels come with a paint warranty. However, like with any kind of contract, it’s important to pay attention to the fine print
Metal has been used in architecture for decades. It’s only recently that it's become more common to see metal siding being used for homes. It’s versatility and many design choices make it an attractive option when looking to give a home a makeover.
The biggest headaches when it comes to homeownership are the unexpected, and often expensive, unfortunate surprises. Imagine you’ve just spent a boatload of money on a house and you come home to see drips coming down from your ceiling. This is clear-cut evidence of a leak that must be immediately repaired before it gets worse.