(Hartford, CT & Surrounding Areas)
Protect your home with high-quality siding
Siding is a lot like your skin. It’s your home’s first defense against the environment. Like your skin, siding can take a beating over the years.
Ever seen someone who spent their life tanning? Years down the road, it’s not a pretty sight. The same is true for your home’s siding. If your siding is weathered or damaged, new siding will make your home look fabulous again.
- Improve curb appeal
- Increase your home’s value
- Protect your home from weather, insects, and animals.
- Improve heating & cooling insulation
- Fiber cement siding
- Cedar siding
- Vinyl siding
- Fiberglass siding
- Aluminum siding
At Spaces, our contractors will evaluate your home’s exterior and determine the best course to repair or replace existing siding.
To provide a superior customer service experience from start to finish, we work on a timeline that includes checking in with you to make sure we meet your deadlines.
Your home will look great with new siding!
Popular types of siding we install
Fiber cement siding installation
This will be one of the more expensive options. Fiber cement is a composite product made from cement, sand, wood pulp, and other materials. It’s very durable and looks a lot like painted cedar siding. People like it because it looks high-end and it’s virtually maintenance-free. It comes in a variety of styles: Panels, lap, plank, shakes, vertical.
Cedar siding installation
Prices for cedar siding are comparable to fiber cement. Some people just love wood for its warm natural appeal, and we get that. If you’re interested in staining rather than painting your siding, then there is no substitute for the natural look you get with cedar siding. The downside is that your siding will need to be re-stained or painted every 3-5 years. That can get expensive.
Vinyl siding installation
Vinyl will be your most economical siding option. Vinyl has come a long way in recent years. Some lines of vinyl siding even have a layer of insulating foam bonded to the underside of each piece. This insulation can increase the heating and cooling efficiency of your home. Vinyl is a maintenance-free option. It comes in a variety of styles: Plank, shakes, vertical.
Fiberglass siding is similar to vinyl siding with a few pros and not as many cons. Fiberglass siding is a bit more expensive than vinyl. Fiberglass also comes with a wood grain-like finish, much like vinyl. Fiberglass will not sag over time as vinyl does, and it’s much more durable. It can stand up to projectiles that might crack vinyl, mainly when it’s cold. Fiberglass is an option worth looking at.
Aluminum siding installation and repair
Aluminum siding isn’t used a lot these days. One reason is that it’s costly now. We find that people hire us to install aluminum siding for repair situations. You might have a home that’s already sided in aluminum, and you need a section repaired, or you’re siding an addition, and you want to tie that in with your existing aluminum siding.