Aluminum Metal Siding for your Home
Everything you need to know about aluminum siding for your home.
Although Aluminum siding isn’t the most popular choice of our local Des Moines, Iowa customers, it does have a lot of benefits that we’d like to inform you about. We will make sure you know everything you can about aluminum siding, the pros, and cons, so you can make an educated decision when purchasing home siding.
Manufacturing Details & History
Made from aluminum coil stock, aluminum siding is chemically protected and coated, then baked for durability with enamel often added to create desired textures.
Care & Maintenance
- Annual wash with mild detergent and garden hose will keep your aluminum siding looking good.
- A new coat of paint every few years will keep it looking good.
- Avoid laying anything against your home to prevent dents and scratches
James Hardie® Fiber-Cement Siding
James Hardie products have been seen in almost 6 million homes across America. The beauty and durability of their products have shined since 1888.
Affiliations: Good Housekeeping Seal from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.
- Engineered for Climate® and come primed, or with baked-on ColorPlus® Technology.
- Various styles: Cedarmill, smooth, beaded cedarmill, beaded smooth
- It does not expand and contract with moisture.
- It does not crack or become brittle.
View our Fiber-Cement Siding options that serve our Central Iowa Homeowners.
Cederwood Steel Siding
Cederwood’s steel construction is virtually impervious to outdoor elements. It has the strength of steel, but the look of wood.
- Will not absorb moisture
- Resistant to dents, warping, fire, termites, chalking, fading and brittleness.
- No buckling and wavy appearance.
- Very little upkeep