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TandoStone® Composite Siding Installation & Repair

Composite siding is one popular option for the exterior of a home. While there are various types of composite siding, they all serve to protect the inside of a structure from rain, debris, and other elements. While older composite siding was generally made from wood, some modern products use cement, sand, and cellulose fibers.

Composite siding is a common choice for builders because it can provide an aesthetic appeal while protecting the structure. It will also last for many years. Vinyl siding is another option that offers many similar benefits to homeowners.

Some composite siding contains wood fibers that are bonded together through resin and other chemical treatments. These products can protect against pests and mold that may impact other forms of siding that include wood in their composition.

Composite products may come already finished or primed so that you can paint them in your desired color. Composites can last for 30 years, but you may need to repaint every five or ten years. 

Another popular option is TandoStone, which is a composite siding that looks like stone and comes in ten different colors.


Norandex Vinyl Siding Alternative

Vinyl siding is an increasingly common option for home exteriors. This product uses fibers, binders, fillers, and materials such as a plastic called polyvinyl chloride (OVC) to create durable siding. Like composite siding, vinyl siding resists damage and wear. However, this material does not provide much insulation on its own. Vinyl comes in a variety of colors and can last for many years.

Norandex siding is one type of vinyl siding that can offer a low-maintenance option to homeowners. Unlike composite siding, owners will never have to paint Norandex siding. Washing the siding with a hose is about all you need to do to keep this product in good shape.

Composite and vinyl siding installers can work with you to discuss the benefits of the various types of vinyl or composite siding.


Professional Siding Installers Nearby

While composite and vinyl siding are sturdy and low maintenance, there are times that they may still suffer from damage, especially if you have severe weather in your area. If you see splits, breaks, chips, or holes in your vinyl siding, it is time to contact a vinyl siding contractor.

Depending on the type of siding you have and the damage that’s been done, you may need to replace a damaged panel. If your siding is old, you may want to consider replacing it with a newer product. Older wood-based siding is susceptible to breaking down, rotting, and pests. If you have to replace your siding for one of these reasons, let Carolina Home Specialists help.

Additionally, if your siding has leaks or gaps, you might be wasting energy while you heat and cool your home. This air seepage can lead to higher energy bills. Replacing older siding that requires paint with siding that maintains its color can save you money down the line, as well.


How Can We Help, Today?

If you are looking to replace old siding, there are options that will look great and protect your home. Composite and vinyl siding are both quality products that will offer benefits for many years to come. At Carolina Home Specialists, we can help you to find the best option for your family.

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Durham & Chapel Hill(919) 899-2585

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Greensboro(336) 740-9915
Durham & Chapel Hill(919) 899-2585
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If for any reason, you’re not entirely satisfied by the end of our visit, you’ve got our word; we’ll do everything we can to make it right for you and your home.

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