When choosing siding materials for your home, there are very many options worth looking at. This is very important because there is little else which will rightfully define the look of your modular home as the modular home sidings.
Brick is one such item; it is a durable and classic option that is quite popular as a siding material. It is especially preferred by those who are conscious about the environment, it is eco-friendly as it is made from naturally replenishing resources and is also recyclable. It also does not require lots of maintenance
Stucco is also a good siding option; it is made of cement, lime, sand, and water. Synthetic stucco is quite popular as well and can be tinted any color and even repainted if required. It is worth noting though that it usually requires some maintenance.
Stone siding is one of the most durable options and can hold up to very extreme weather conditions. There are manmade stone veneers that look like the real thing and can easily pass as the original. The main downside for stone siding is the price.
Vinyl and aluminum are also good modular home siding options, unlike wood, vinyl will not rot and is usually the cheapest material for sidings. Even though some of them are prone to cracking and fading, with current technological advances, there are many brands that produce crack and fade-resistant vinyl sidings. Aluminum siding, on the other hand, is also easy to maintain and safe on the environment even though it is prone to fading and dents.
Here are some of the most popular modular home sidings in the market.
Product Details: this fiber cement siding is available in a variety of shapes and sizes to match many of the old siding shingles installed years ago. They are much safer to use because they don’t contain any asbestos, are easy to install. This siding is resistant to denting, warping, termite infiltration, rotting as well as contraction and expansion. With a textured surface and a straight edge, these sidings measuring about 12 inches by 24 inches and is pre-primed and ready to paint. With 18 pieces in one bundle, the sidings can cover around 33 square feet.
Product Details: whether you want it bold or subtle, contemporary or classic, a good siding goes a long way in perfecting the look of your home’s exterior. This siding offers 0.042 inches in thickness and 0.5 inches profile height combined with a return leg and full-sized top lock for a more secure installation. In terms of size, the siding does measure 11 inches by 24 inches. It is easy to install and rather simple to maintain as well. The siding is also available in a wide variety of colors to fit the exterior décor.
Product Details: this lap siding comes in a variety of textures and looks such as panel, trim, shingle, fascia, lap and soffit, all of which are well-engineered for the climate. The siding comes with a 30-year limited warranty. The plank is resistant to swelling, rotting, cracking and moisture. It is also resistant to insects and termites and flame spread as well. When painted, the paint does last much longer than when done on wood. It is also worth mentioning that the product is available pre-primed or alternatively in Color Plus technology; a factory-applied color finish that is available in a wide variety of color options.