5 Home Facade Materials You Should Consider in Your Future Home Remodel

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In the past year, everyone has been spending more time at home than ever before. While it’s great in many ways, it has left homeowners to see a whole new side of their homes, inside and out.

Is your beloved home in need of an exterior home facade remodel or even a refresh?

There are so many great choices, it can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. 

We’ve laid out 5 truly great facade material options to consider for your near, or even distant, future exterior home remodel. Keep reading to learn more!

1. Stone Facade

Have you always loved the look of homes faced with stone? Now is your chance to make your home the one that stands out among the sea of siding.

Stone facade is a replacement for traditional siding and closely resembles stone, but without the price tag. Not only is this stone alternative much more affordable, but it is also just as durable and requires no regular maintenance.

Options include several different textures, colors, and shapes to create the likeness of nearly any desired stone.

2. Vinyl Siding

Vinyl is one of the most versatile and popular siding materials on the market. 

Why? It’s simple.

Vinyl siding is known for its durability, prevention of mold and mildew, and ease of maintenance. It is also very affordable and comes in a variety of colors and styles. Think of it as the basic t-shirt of home exteriors. Offers all you need and loved by all.

3. Composite Siding

Everlast composite home siding is constructed using cutting-edge technology. It is extremely durable, eco-friendly, and resistant to inclement weather damage, warping, fading, and rotting while also proving impermeable to harmful insects.

As for the unique makeup of this particular type of siding, it is constructed using a blend of US-sourced materials, inorganic minerals, polymer resins, and acrylic colorants to create a top-of-the-line finished product. 

Your options include a variety of colors and your choice of standard or narrow planks.

4. Fiber Cement Siding 

Fiber cement siding by James Hardie is another innovative, industry-leading option. This siding looks traditional but provides an unmatched quality result.

It is durable, moisture, rot, and weather-resistant, and uses ColorPlus technology to ensure long-lasting vibrant color.

Options available in this type include HardiPanel, HardiePlank, and HardiShingles with seemingly endless color options.

5. Fresh Paint

Whether you feel your home lacks curb appeal, or it could just use a little love, sometimes a simple fresh coat of paint does the trick of a full-blown remodel.

Paint is magical because it’s affordable and you can refresh your current color or choose a totally new color scheme to change the look of your home entirely, in the best possible sense.

Did you know that painting your home also offers protection?

It sure does! A professional paint job done right protects the exterior of your home from the severe elements and provides a barrier against termites and pests.

Your Home Facade Facelift 

Is home ready for a facelift?

Now that you’re hopefully feeling inspired and are ready to see what you can do to improve the look and value of your home, what are you waiting for?

Enlist reliable, professional help in choosing the perfect home facade to upgrade by hiring the professionals at Reliable Roofing, Siding & Windows.

Contact us today to set up your free estimate!

Contact us today for your free estimate on any roofing, siding, window or door installation.

Let us know if we can help!

We are qualified contractors looking to help you with your next exterior project.

**At the time of a Free Estimate Request, the home must be owned and in possession of the requester. Reliable will not provide Free estimates if the house is actively for sale or in its contingent stage.**

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