Siding Replacement


Quality Roofing uses a variety of manufactures for our siding products. We use Mastic for our vinyl siding because they have the best warranty for fading and buckling. Vinyl siding has a bad reputation from the early years in the development stage. Mastic has designed its siding to be nearly indestructible. Depending on the profile and texture you are looking for Vinyl siding can be the least expensive way to side your home.
The Mastic vinyl siding comes in many different profiles, colors and styles. We can offer 3” to 7” lap, Dutch lap and with that you can get smooth or grain texture.

Another product that is becoming more popular is vertical siding, vertical siding comes in many profiles and dimensions so we can accommodate a variety of design styles. Vertical siding will give your entry way or porch a custom look.

If you are looking for cedar shake look, we have four options and they are available in 5” or 7” lap. You can get the look of real wood without the hassle of painting and replacing cracked or broken wood.

Quality Roofing offers you a vinyl siding product that has insulation built right into it. Its an expanded polystyrene foam “EPS” which helps with the overall R-value for your home. Please look on our insulation page for more about R-values.

Wood/Cement board siding

Wood siding is natural and it will, over the years change in appearance. Many people like the way the siding will change the appearance of their home. Wood siding is high maintenance and needs to be painted every 2-3 years. With proper maintenance and painting you can have a ever lasting product for you siding needs. If you are one of those many homeowners that like the natural look then wood siding is for you.

Cement siding has a class A fire rating, real durable to the elements and can be dyed to achieve the colors you are looking for. You will need to do some maintenance with this product annually. Refinishing will be needed around the 15 year mark to keep your home looking new and vibrant.

So if you are looking for vinyl, wood or cement board siding let us help you design your next siding project. Choosing a siding product that best fits your needs think of these few simple tips.

  1. Budget
  2. Longevity
  3. Appearance you are trying to achieve
  4. Warranty
  5. Maintenance