Siding and Trim
Siding and trim beautifies your home, but it also protect it from Colorado weather. Safe House Exteriors features CertainTeed Siding. With years of experience installing siding and trim, we can brighten your home and make you the envy of your neighbors.
Using Fiber Cement Siding
Looking for siding that captures the look and feel of wood in a natural but more durable material? Consider James Hardie® FiberCement siding. With a number of profiles and textures to choose from, and a less porous surface that holds paint well, you’ll spend more time admiring your home and less time worrying about maintaining it.
Whether your home is brick, stucco, clapboard, vinyl or stone, the overhang and other trim areas still require maintenance. Since the EPA has mandated that lead be removed from paint products, keeping the house looking it’s best and protecting the trim from damage can be an expensive undertaking requiring frequent painting. The encasement of your woodwork with vinyl coated aluminum trim coil is the solution to prevent rot, water damage and the need for maintenance. Benefits of Vinyl Siding
Siding Questions Answered
Do I ever have to paint my siding?
No! The most you ever have to do is give your home a washing with soap and water once or twice a year.
Does it come with matching trim?
CertainTeed offers the widest variety of trim pieces in the industry. Everything from function utility trims to substantial wide trims resembling dimensional lumber, fluted cornerposts and decorative crown molding for window headers. Most items are available in all CertainTeed colors.
How much does it cost to side a home?
Because we offer sidings at a number of price points to fit any need and any budget, and because every home and siding job is unique, there is no way to answer this question. The best thing to do is invite a siding contractor to your home so he can measure it accurately and discuss other needs you may have.
What are the advantages of Longer Length Siding?
The primary benefit of longer length siding panels is that it reduces the number of seams on the wall. Siding seams can be an aesthetic objection to vinyl siding.
What is Polymer Siding?
The typical application for this kind of siding is Shake and Shingle cladding with a cedar pattern which can be used as a whole house application or in accent areas.