Residential siding

Siding for houses is the outer covering or cladding meant to shed water and protect from the effects of weather. On a house that uses siding, it may act as a key element in the aesthetic beauty of the structure and directly impact its property value.

Siding for houses may be formed of horizontal boards or vertical boards, wood shingles, or sheet materials. In all cases, the purpose is to avoid wind and rain infiltration through the joints, which is a major challenge. This is met by overlapping, by covering or sealing the joint, or by creating an interlocking joint such as a tongue-and-groove or rabbet. Since building materials expand and contract with changing temperature and humidity, it is not practical to make rigid joints between the siding elements.

AAA Lifetime Exterior & Remodeling offers four distinct types of siding for houses, each material offering unique advantages for the comfort and protection of your home.


James Hardie Fiber
Cement Siding

James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding has become popular choice for its durability, low maintenance and design.

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Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is one of the least expensive exteriors that is currently on the market. It is low maintenance and highly resistant to impacts.

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Wood Shingle Siding

Wood shingle siding is easy to install. It also provides beautiful character to your home, but can be more expensive to maintain.

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Vertical Board Siding

Vertical board siding used to be one of the most commonly used siding in the U.S. It is an exterior treatment that covers the board seams.

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