Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding is an attractive exterior siding option for homeowners looking for wood or masonry siding aesthetics without the cost. Fiber cement siding is low-maintenance, weather-resistant, and offers protection against rot and termites. Available in a range of styles and textures, fiber cement siding is the perfect balance between beauty and durability – not to mention it will add curb value and style to your home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is fiber cement siding?

Fiber cement siding is a class of composite siding that is usually made from a combination of cement, cellulose (wood), sand, and water. Fiber cement is popular for its realistic look, durability, low-maintenance properties, and fire resistance.

What are some advantages that fiber cement siding has over other options?

Fiber cement is one of the most resistant materials there is for your exterior. It is insect-proof because it offers no food source to insects. Additionally, it is fire-resistant, moisture-resistant, and it is not prone to warping or cracking thanks to the cellulose fibers which boost its dimensional stability.

How can you tell if fiber cement is right for you?

Fiber cement is a good product for homeowners who want a reliable product that is long-lasting. Fiber cement is an especially smart choice for homes that are in high-risk areas for fire.

Can fiber cement siding be painted and stained?

Yes! Fiber cement takes and holds paint and stain extremely well. This makes for a uniform look from board-to-board. Also, when it comes time to re-coat, it’s a straightforward job.

How much care and maintenance for fiber cement siding can I expect?

Fiber cement is a low-maintenance siding option compared to many others, including many choices in wood siding. Since it is made to be resistant to a variety of harmful forces – insects, fungus, extreme temperature shifts, rain, UV rays – a lot of the preventative measures you would have to take with other types of siding don’t factor in. But like any type of siding, there can be a build-up of dirt or residue left by pollution. Of course, the degrees of this depend on where you live. The minimum you’ll have to do regularly is a simple cleaning with a garden hose or a pressure washer to remove surface grime.