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Types of Siding
James Hardie: As a member of the James Hardie Alliance program, JASB Roofing & Exterior Remodeling is a certified James Hardie installer. Our crews install all Hardie siding products to James Hardie installation specifications according to their best practice guidelines. We offer both primed and painted products, as well as beautiful ColorPlus siding products with a baked-in color finish. In the Austin area, James Hardie siding is both more affordable than most wood siding products and much more durable. With a 30-year factory warranty, and a 15-year color fade warranty for ColorPlus products, not even vinyl siding can beat the appeal of Hardie siding!
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Wood: For homeowners seeking a beautiful Texas ranch-style aesthetic, there is no better product than authentic cedar siding. JASB Solutions Roofing & Remodeling offers both wood siding plank and wood siding panel products, as well as wood shake shingle siding. The only thing you really need to worry about is if you’re going to use a solid color paint or a semi-transparent stain on your gorgeous new wood siding!
Vinyl: There’s a reason why vinyl siding is one of the most popular exterior cladding. Mixing handcrafted beauty with modern technology, vinyl siding wins popular favor with its appeal, durability, easy upkeep, and excellent value. It’s also friendlier to the environment than many other siding products, making it a great choice today and for generations to come.
JASB Solutions Roofing & Remodeling offers Alside vinyl siding products for both horizontal and vertical siding styles. If you’re interested in vinyl siding, be sure to ask your JASB service professional about Alside’s Charter, Conquest, and Prodigy series of vinyl siding products.
Metal: Offering extreme durability against the elements, metal siding is known for its longevity, lasting up to 50 years. This is a popular alternative for those who are looking for materials other than wood and vinyl. Your metal siding can come in either aluminum or steel. Learn more about metal siding and how it increases the energy efficiency of your home when you call our contractors today!