FIRST CLASS ROOFING & RENOVATIONS
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Our team is a BBB Accredited business who are licensed, bonded & insured for all you construction needs. First Class has an in house insurance claim specialist, experts in commercial & residential work along with an advanced team of in house installers to get the job done. With over 30+ years of expertise and the ability to offer free estimates to show we are the company to provide "Quality you can trust"
WHAT IS SIDING?
Siding is a material that covers the exterior of a building, providing protection from weather, water and damage. Siding may also refer to other materials which serve the same purposes. Three of the most common types of siding are wood, vinyl and aluminum. Each material possesses its own benefits as well as drawbacks to consider when evaluating costs, durability and aesthetics. For example: Wood is a natural product that provides insulation from heat but requires regular maintenance such as painting or staining in order to prevent rot and insect infestations. Wood may also be susceptible to fire damage if not treated properly due to exposure to sun over time which can cause dryness issues with the timber; keep this in mind for areas where wildfires are prevalent like California! Vinyl siding on the other hand has an extensive range of colors available (including those matching your home’s exterior color) so it will never need another coat of
TYPES OF EXTERIOR FINISHES WE OFFER
Siding is a material that is used to cover the exterior of buildings. Traditionally, this material has been made of wood boards for durability and appearance. Vinyl siding has been used as an alternative to wood. Vinyl is more durable than wood and provides protection against weather damage. This type of siding is also less labor-intensive to install. Vinyl siding is great for insulation. It provides the same protection as well as good energy efficiency. This type of siding also does not rot or warp, which is a huge plus because it requires less maintenance and upkeep. Vinyl siding also comes with a warranty that covers any damage to the product.
JAMES HARDIE FIBER CEMENT
James Hardie fiber cement siding is made from natural materials; it’s a durable and sustainable building product that lasts for many years. The benefits of choosing James Hardie for your home include: Low maintenance – Fiber cement siding requires no painting, staining or sealing. It is color-fast and resists the effects of sun, rain, snow, ice, and heat. Beautiful design options – With more than 100 different colors to choose from and six different textures (woodgrain, bark rough-out, bark smooth-out, woodgrain with rustic surface), you can find a siding that matches your outdoor colour scheme perfectly. Energy efficiency – Fiber cement is a highly insulating material. It’s also resistant to fire, insects and water damage; it doesn’t sag or warp in cold weather.
COMMERCIAL ALUMINUM LONG BOARD
Many businesses end up choosing commercial aluminum long board siding. But, more and more residential homes are now either fully installing Aluminum Long boards or using them as beautiful accents. These types of siding panels are an excellent option for anyone who needs siding for their building and wants something durable yet affordable to install. These types of panels have a strong aluminum skin and a wide range of colors to choose from. They are also corrugated to trap the air between the skins, making them excellent at insulating your building from heat and cold. When you live in a region with extreme weather conditions, this is an excellent product to use on your building because it will help protect it from the damage the weather causes when it fluctuates so often. Super versatile and options are endless!
Stucco is an exterior finish similar to plaster. There are two main types of stucco, synthetic and traditional. Traditional is made up of cement, sand and lime. Where as synthetic stucco, also known as EIFS, the Exterior Insulation and Finishing System. This is a less expensive option to the traditional method. Stucco has nine common finishes to choose from, ranging in cement-based, acrylic, or synthetic. We can help you choose what option is best for your job or identifying what type of stucco is needed for your repair.