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The Best Siding for Colorado Homes

Posted on March 30, 2015.

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While you may enjoy the beauty of living in Colorado, you may not appreciate the demands the climate places on the exterior of your home. If you’re considering new siding installation in the near future, think about where you live as you’re deciding between different materials. Fiber cement, vinyl and wood are three of your best options for new siding.

Fiber Cement

Fiber cement is a mid-priced siding option that’s great whether you live in the city, the Colorado mountains or the plains. This type of siding requires a minimal amount of maintenance, and you won’t have to repaint it very often either. Fiber cement can stand up against wood rot and insect damage and is non-combustible. Yet another great thing about fiber cement is that it’s a certified environmentally-safe product.

Vinyl

Vinyl siding installation is a great option for homeowners who are on a budget and desire a low-maintenance option. The material is available in a number of other colors, textures and shapes if you’d like to get creative or if you simply like having several options. One thing to bear in mind with this type of siding if you reside in the mountains is that vinyl has been known to become brittle and even shatter in extremely cold temperatures.

Wood Siding

Wood is often considered to be one of the most beautiful options for siding, but it’s also one of the most expensive. Another consideration to bear in mind is that the maintenance required for wood siding can involve a great deal of caulking, sanding, scraping and painting. To save some money on upkeep, consider staining wood siding. One advantage of using wood for siding is that it’s usually rather easy to replace.

As you’re deciding on the material for your siding installation, pay attention to how much insulation you’ll have. Any extra money you spend on siding can turn into savings on future energy costs. Quality siding is essential when it comes to physically and financially surviving Colorado winters.