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Deciding when your home is due for siding upgrade is simple. However, choosing the right kind of replacement siding is not as easy. The different types of siding available are large, with each material offering a variety in look, durability, efficiency, and price.

Variations of Siding to Choose From:

  • Vinyl Siding
    • This material of siding is the most favorable choice in the U.S. due to its durability, wide range of color options, and low cost. Not to mention the large variety of vinyl profiles such as horizontal/vertical. Shakes, shingles, or scallops.

    • Versatile in textural options
    • Easy to maintain
    • Most eco-friendly option
  • Fiber Cement
    • The second most favorable choice is fiber cement siding. This is a mixture of wood, sand, and cement made to mimic the look and texture of organic wood siding, but with more advantages.

    • Same look and feel of wood without maintenance cost
    • Prone to rot and decay
    • Versatile in finish and texture
  • Stucco
    • Praised for its unique look and durability, stucco includes an ingredient called epoxy that helps prevent chipping and cracking. A well taken care of stucco siding has a life-span of one lifetime in dry climates such as California.

  • Brick Siding
    • One of the many reasons why brick is often a choice is that it’s believed to last forever. Many homes over 100 years old are built with brick siding and are still standing. You can choose from traditional red brick or veneer that consist of an exterior layer outside the home.

    • Can last a lifetime with little to no maintenance
    • Fire resilient
    • Termite proof leading to lower home insurance
  • Metal Siding
    • The two main varieties that metal siding comes in is aluminum and steel. Met siding features a modern look and unique look if installed properly. Aluminum works best in coastal areas where it can protect your home from salt air.

    • Metal does not mold or rot
    • This material is prone to fading
    • Is easy to cut and shape
  • Wood Siding
    • Wood is also a popular choice as it is all natural and never goes out of style. You have a wide variety of wood species ranging from pine, redwood, and cedar.

    • Lightweight leading to faster installation
    • Can be customized with stain and painting
    • Extremely energy efficient with a high R-value

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Frequently Asked Questions

What areas do you service?


Agoura, Agoura Hills, Bel Air, Brandeis, Brentwood Los Angeles, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Lake Balboa, Los Angeles, Mission Hills, North Hills, Northridge, Oak Park, Pacific Palisades, Panorama City, Porter Ranch, Reseda, San Fernando, Santa Clarita, Santa Susana, Sherman Oaks, Simi Valley, Sylmar, Tarzana, Topanga, Van Nuys, West Hills, Winnetka, and Woodland Hills.


Seattle, Bellevue,Redmond, Kirkland, Sammamish, Renton, SeaTac, Lynnwood, Kenmore, Edmonds, Issaquah, Shoreline, Des Moines, Kent, Everett, Bothell, Federal Way, Snohomish, Burien , Newcastle

Are you insured, licensed, and bonded?

Yes, we are fully licensed, insured and bonded.

California State License: 1031676

Washington State License: YOURPPC821P2

Is financing available?

We do offer financing - we’ve partnered with Hero, Ygrene, and Benji.

What forms of payment are accepted?

Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and Checks

When is a permit required?

In most cases, the answer is always. A permit is required when work is done on a building or structure, or the systems serving the structure (electrical, mechanical/gas, and plumbing.

What is a typical project duration?

It varies per project. Here are the Five Phases of the Project Lifecycle:

  1. Project Initiaion
  2. Planning
  3. Execution
  4. Monitoring
  5. Closure

Are quotes free?

All of our quotes are complimentary with your consultation.