Vinyl siding is the most popular siding choice for homeowners due to its low maintenance and low cost. It is durable, lightweight, and easy to install. There are many color and texture choices that allow you to customize the look of your home.


Metal siding is typically made of aluminum. Although less common than vinyl, aluminum siding is equally low maintenance and very energy efficient. Metal siding is resilient in extreme heat and cold.


Wood siding comes in boards or shingles. Wood is an environmentally friendly choice for siding, but is also the most expensive. Wood siding can be stained or painted for a custom look, but requires regular maintenance.

Engineered Wood

Engineered wood is made of wood fibers and resin. Engineered wood siding gives the natural look of wood without the cost and maintenance. There are a variety of colors and textures available for a customizable appearance.


Composite materials are the most durable siding option. Also called fiber cement board, this type of siding is eco-friendly and easy to customize. The downside of composite siding is the high cost.


Fiberglass windows are high-performance and low-maintenance. The composite frame can withstand extreme heat and extreme cold without compromising its energy efficiency. Our fiberglass window choice is the Pella® Impervia series.


Vinyl windows are long-lasting and affordable. Vinyl is a common yet high-quality material that is a practical choice for a budget-friendly project. Some vinyl frames are customizable for added durability or noise-proofing. Our vinyl window choices are Pella® 250 or 350 series.


Wood windows are environmentally friendly, naturally beautiful, and well-insulated. Wood can be painted, stained, or left to their natural appeal. Although pricier than other options, wood frames can be custom built to create unique shapes or incorporate fine detailing. Our wood window choices are Pella® 450 or Architect series.


Aluminum gutters are the most popular choice for homeowners. These gutters are lightweight, rust-resistant, and affordable.

Galvanized Steel

Steel gutters are extremely durable and unlikely to bend or crack, even in extreme weather conditions. Steel gutters are more expensive than aluminum.


Copper gutters are resistant to rust and create an elegant look. Copper gutters are typically half-round style and are the most expensive choice for gutter materials.



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