Why Choose Siding from Curtis Lumber?
Curtis Lumber offers high-quality siding from Georgia Pacific, James Hardie, Foundry, Grayne, TruExterior, LP Smartside, Versetta Stone, American Building Components and more. Curtis Lumber carries vinyl, fiber cement, brick, stone, engineered wood, cedar and other various wood sidings to cover your home. Our siding experts will help you choose the right siding, accessories and colors to elevate the curb appeal of your home. You’ll have peace of mind that your siding is durable and will provide lasting beauty. Let the pros at Curtis Lumber help you get started on your project today!
Types of Siding
Cedar has natural rot-resistant properties which makes for easier maintenance than other types of wood. In addition to shakes, It comes in a variety of board styles including bevel, channel, board & batten, and tongue & groove. It can be stained or painted to achieve your desired look.
Engineered stone looks and feels like real stone, but is more affordable and provides for easier installation. Use stone with a variety of other siding products to accent the home’s features and provide architectural variety.
Engineered wood usually comes in panels that are easy and inexpensive to install or it may be molded to create the look of traditional clapboards.
For those who want the look of wood but not the hassles and costs associated with it, fiber- cement siding is a great alternative. The product is available in a variety of textures that provide the appearance of wood shakes or shingles, stucco, or other textured patterns. Fiber-cement siding is more durable than wood — it is termite-resistant, water resistant, non-combustible, and carries a 50 years warranty depending on manufacturer.
The most common siding material in North America, vinyl siding provides an appealing look at an inexpensive cost with virtually no maintenance. There are multiple styles including different widths, shingles, shakes, vertical, and specialty options.
A byproduct of burning coal, fly ash is combined with a blend of polymers to make a versatile product that can be used in a variety of ways, such as exterior siding. It is durable and weather resistant, and can be used on both homes and other buildings. With the durability of wood, it provides resistance to cracking, rotting, splitting and insect infiltration.
Traditionally used for commercial or agricultural buildings, modern metal siding has remained a popular choice for buildings that need a durable covering. It is manufactured in a wide variety of colors, installs easily, is practically maintenance free and has a green product life cycle.