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Frequently Asked Questions
There are a variety of different materials that can be used for your home siding. You have access to vinyl, pine and cedar, metal, brick, fiber-cement, and stucco.
The amount of fading that your siding experience depends on the material and brand. High-quality brand like James Hardie, NapCo, Mastic, and LP, will last its original appeal.
The lifespan of your siding depends on the materials used. Some options last only 10 years while others can last a lifetime.
While the modern materials used for soffit and fascia are virtually maintenance-free, we highly recommend cleaning your eavestrough system twice a year to prevent harmful build up of dirt.
Weather exposure for long periods, soffit and fascia boards may end up with wet and dry rot. Over time these board may crumble.
The general rule says you should have a square tongue that’s roughly one-third of the stock thickness and centered on the edge. Working with 3/4’’stock, that means 1/4’’ long tongue matching groove.
Light-colored wood tones like ash and bamboo reflect light, making a room feel big and bright. Dark wood colors make a room feel warmer and create the illusion of a lower ceiling.