Siding gives a house character and curb appeal, but it’s purpose is so much more. Siding protects the structure of your home by shielding your home from damaging elements. Choosing the right siding can be daunting. Midwest Home Improvements will walk you through the process and help you chose the siding that best suits your needs.
When hail ends up damaging your siding, the sooner it is addressed, the better! If damage goes on without being repaired, you could risk even further and more costly damage from moisture leaking through the holes in the siding. At Midwest Home Improvements, we are siding experts and we understand how important it is to quickly address the problem and fix it, making us your best option for siding repair!
Vinyl siding is the most popular choice for remodeling and new construction. It provides the appearance of wood without the cost or maintenance. It’s durable and won’t split, peel or rot, and because the color goes through the panel, it will never need to be painted, scraped or stained. But not all vinyl is created equal. With Midwest Home Improvement, you can rest assured you are getting the highest-quality vinyl. With the added durability of insulation backing, our vinyl siding is up to 5x more impact resistance versus hollow back siding.
When you think of steel siding, one might think of industrial buildings, however, steel siding can look a lot like wood or vinyl siding. With steel, you get architecturally pleasing profiles that are constructed with galvanized steel and used with a top coat of PVC. Low-gloss finish and color-fast texture capture the warmth of freshly painted wood and deliver freedom from maintenance.
LP Smart Side
Versatility and durability. Expect nothing less from LP Smart Side. Engineered wood siding resists impact and damage better than fiber cement and vinyl siding. Choose from smooth or textured finishes and compliment other exteriors you may already have, such as stucco, stone and brick. Smart Side has proven itself in all weather – from withstanding freeze and thaw cycles to resisting heat from sun exposure, as well as, resisting termites, rot, and fungal decay.