// SIDING

To prevent heat loss and create a beautiful visual to your home, ASA works with different types of siding, offering the best siding installations and repairs in the city.
When do you need to repair the siding?
From leaks to storm damage, if your siding is in good shape but needs a repair, it may make sense to repair instead of replacing. As residential siding contractors we offer the best options to your house.
Loose or cracked shingles

Loose, or cracked pieces must be removed from your home and replaced to prevent water (wood’s enemy) from seeping behind the damaged pieces.

Faded or peeling
Most types of siding are built to hold their color for only as long as their rating. Fading and peeling is a sign that the siding’s waterproofing has run its course.
Rotting or warping
If the home’s underlayer has begun to rot or become soft, the siding is due for immediate replacement.
Growing Mold or Mildew
Any type of mold growth or mildew may indicate that water is penetrating the siding and should be further investigated.
Damaged or Missing
Regardless of how extensive the damage is or if you have many missing pieces, it is best to have a professional inspection to prevent larger problems down the line.
Bubbles
Bubbles are an almost certain indication that water has become trapped. This is an immediate red flag.

Materials We Use:

Cedar
A traditional choice for exteriors big and small, cedar siding is a consistently popular building material. Seen on homes across North America, cedar siding offers unique grain patterns, rich colors, and a wide range of practical benefits. With different profiles available to compliment a choice of architectural styles, this material offers an appealing golden-to-amber color range and is often sought after for a warm, laid back visual effect. As Exterior Contractors, we offer siding installation, wood siding replacement and other siding replacement services.
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Fiber cement
Created from a composite of sand, cement, and cellulose fibers, fiber cement siding offers a unique exterior appearance and stands tough against the elements. It has been available for nearly 100 years but has recently witnessed a surge in popularity in the residential market. Fiber cement looks very similar to traditional wood shingles and is often mistaken for wood. Fiber cement siding is fire-resistant, durable, and affordable. We offer fiber cement, Hardie Plank Installation services.
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Vinyl
In previous decades, vinyl siding had a bad reputation compared to traditional materials like wood or metal. However, modern vinyl siding has been designed to withstand severe weather and time, while keeping your home beautiful. In the United States, it has quickly become one of the most popular siding materials on the market. We offer residential and Commercial Vinyl Siding.
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Clapboard
Clapboard siding is a rustic and aesthetically-pleasing type of siding that has been used on homes for many years. This kind of siding is well known for its durability, often lasting for the lifetime of the home. Its original purpose was to mimic the texture of natural wood grain. Clapboard siding can be made from many different woods including redwood, pine and cedar.
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