Siding is an attractive and durable material covering the exterior of your home. Whether you're building a new home or just doing some updating, new siding can improve the appearance and curb appeal of your house while increasing the overall value of your home. Most siding composes the very outside layer of your home's exterior and serves to protect and insulate.
Green Built Northwest siding carpenters are knowledgeable in the latest building trends. So whether you just need to replace that old LP siding or failing stucco with hardiplank (fiber cement siding) or you want to install a rainscreen system on your home, we can help you create the look, energy savings and eco-friendly design of your choice.
There are several types of siding available including vinyl, engineered wood, wood, aluminum and fiber cement siding. The type of siding you choose will affect your home's aesthetic appeal and will also have a large impact on installation and maintenance costs. We can help you decide what type of siding is right for you and your home.
Jamie Hardie® siding
Siding that's Moisture and Rot resistant
James Hardie products are specifically engineered to withstand damage from moisture and rot, come rain, sleet, or snow.
James Hardie® fiber cement products combine beautiful design with high performance. Fiber cement doesn’t attract pests and resists water absorption to help protect against mold, swelling and cracking— getting our customers more mileage for their dollar. Wood may split, crack and deteriorate over time, while James Hardie siding resists weather damage and keeps its shape for a much longer time, which means less maintenance to worry about year after year.
James Hardie has been praised by style-centric consumer magazines, contractor-focused trade publications and media that promote environmentally friendly building. If you opt for the ColorPlus siding, their baked-on technology has greater resistance to fading, chipping and cracking, meaning less maintenance for you.
Plus all the James Hardie siding products we offer come with a 30-year, non-prorated warranty and trim products come with a 15-year, non-prorated warranty.