The Top Rated Siding Company in Columbus
When your home, building, or office starts to get drafty or lose the curb appeal it once had, it may be time to update its exterior. Sure, you can slap on some new paint and move forward, but if you want to take the look of your home to the next level and increase its property value, you need to consider new siding altogether.
We’re expert installers of James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding and Trim which give your home a distinctive look with unmatched beauty and durability.
- An interactive 3D model of your home to assist with visualization
- Large variety of color and style options
- Boost curb appeal and value of your home
FINANCING MAKES IT EASY
Home projects and exterior updates can be costly. Enjoy the benefits of high-quality materials and craftsmanship while paying in a way that makes sense for you and your family. We offer financing through ServiceFinance and Enhancify to give you the flexibility you need.
Frequently asked questions
Do you remove my existing siding or install right over top of it?
We install all sidings and underlay nets to ensure we have a clean surface to install onto.
When should I get new siding?
When your home, building or office starts to lack the curb appeal it once had, it may be time to update its exterior. The average lifespan for your home’s siding is 20-40 years.
My siding is wavy and isn’t laying straight, now what?
Usually this is an application issue where the material wasn't put on properly. We invite you to contact us for a FREE consultation. We can help you with your next steps and best path forward or arrange for repair.
How long will my new siding last?
Vinyl siding which is the most popular option in the area is expected to last 50-75 years with maintenace and good care, without a storm coming in and damaging the panels. Fiber cement siding, which is growing in popuarity due to its beauty, durability with low maintenance at an inexpensive cost. This material should last 70-100 years and in most instances will never need to be replaced again!