By combining high-quality siding products and a team of certified installation experts, KCSI Construction can provide your home with a beautiful exterior finish that will last for years to come. We install many different types of siding from the industry's leading manufacturers, including vinyl, James Hardie fiber cement, steel, aluminum, and hardwood siding such as cedar. Our crews have years of experience with residential siding, an important factor when selecting a siding contractor.
Benefits of New Siding
Today's siding material offers you three big benefits:
- It increases your home's energy efficiency.
- It improves your home's curb appeal.
- It raises your home's value.
Keep your family warm and cozy in winter and cool in summer with insulated siding. Our high-performance insulated siding makes your home quiet and comfortable. We offer the professional installation of CertainTeed's CedarBoards™ insulated siding and Mastic's Structure® Home Insulation System™.
Fiber Cement Siding
Fiber cement siding provides a low maintenance option for those who prefer the more traditional appearance of wood siding. Unlike wood siding, fiber cement will resist rotting, cracking, and damage from the elements or impact. It is an excellent choice for homeowners who are concerned with moisture or potential termite damage. It can be installed in a variety of colors options, or it can be painted soon after installation. We install James Hardie fiber cement siding, the industry's leading product.
Made primarily of treated pine, cedar and redwood, wood siding comes in a variety of styles and sizes. Choose from beveled planks, milled planks, shakes and shingles, all of which are tried and true products. KCSI has tremendous experience installing wood products for high-end remodeling projects. We are also experienced in the installation of manufactured T1 11 plywood siding.
Trust an Experienced Siding Contractor
Wood and fiber cement products require a skill set that is beyond the normal siding company who specialize in vinyl and aluminum. Carpentry skills and product knowledge are an absolute requirement when installing expensive wood siding products.