Siding Install and Repair Services
Integrity Roofing has a wide variety of treatments/siding types available including:
Vinyl siding is plastic exterior covering for a house, used for decoration and weatherproofing, imitating wood or cedar siding, and used instead of other materials such as aluminum or fiber cement siding. It is an engineered product, manufactured primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. It is the most commonly installed exterior cladding for residential construction in the United States. Vinyl sidings are also tested rigorously for performance and are warranted against fading, wind, and hail. Royal Siding products are backed by their exclusive hail and color fade warranty.
Whether the view is of a rolling ocean, restful lake, or main street, the finest homes have traditionally been sided with cedar shingles. It is a time-honored style that offers textured beauty as well as outstanding durability. Vinyl Shake Siding offers aesthetic and performance qualities second to none. Ideal for any style home, this product creates a beautiful, classic appearance found on the most distinctive homes. In addition to the exceptional looks, they resist the damaging effects of the weather, and yet require no heavy maintenance.
Wood siding is nature’s perfect siding material. Cedar siding for instance has natural oils that make it resistant to decay and insects, and its smooth grain is exceptionally stable and durable when exposed to the sun and the elements. As a 100% natural product, it doesn’t require any special handling, extra health protection or pose any cleanup problems. Unlike composite substitutes that attempt to simulate the appearance of wood siding, authentic wood siding especially cedar bevel has the natural depth and character desired for the finest appearance. Nothing else comes close to cedar’s ideal combination of durability, stability and workability to achieve natural beauty in finely crafted homes.
The Versetta Stone palette is inspired by colors and textures found around the world. Cast in molds and hand-colored with iron oxide pigments, it captures the subtle nuances found in nature. Versetta Stones highly durable products need no paint, coating or sealers, and are backed by a 50-year limited warranty including one year transferability. Versetta Stone panelized stone veneer delivers the authentic beauty of traditional stone masonry without the excess cost and installation time. Versetta Stone is made of lightweight aggregate materials that are approximately one-fourth the weight of full-thickness stone. The lightweight, mechanical fastening system allows the builder to install Versetta Stone without building footings for support, making it ideal for home remodeling where time and budget are a consideration.
Traditional and timeless. Sleek and strong. Fiber cement siding is a building material used to cover the exterior of a building in both commercial and residential applications. Fiber cement is a composite material made of cement reinforced with cellulose fibers. Fiber cement board may come pre-painted or pre-stained or can be done so after its installation. Fiber cement cladding is a very heavy product and requires two people to carry the uncut sheets. Thin fiber cement cladding is fragile before installation and must be handled carefully because it is prone to chipping and breakage if improperly handled. James Hardie lap siding is the most common and it’s the most popular brand of siding in America, protecting and beautifying more homes from coast to coast. All styles are Engineered for Climate® and come primed, or with baked-on ColorPlus® Technology. There are other alternative to this product, them being pvc based or wood based. All are great products.
Steel or aluminum siding from provides an elegant style to your home or business that will last a lifetime. Whether you choose traditional lap, dutchlap, vertical, shake or a combination of these products, you have endless design opportunities that provides distinctive style and lasting quality to your home or business. It used to be the standard in siding however with technology improving it has fallen in popularity to the less expensive and less maintenance heavy alternative, vinyl siding.