Popular Siding Options Around New Jersey

Transforming the aesthetic of your home can be as simple as changing your home’s exterior siding. As you browse, choose materials that accentuate your house’s architectural style while also accommodating for lifestyle needs. Your decision has a remarkable effect on not just one building but an entire community! Here are some of today’s most in-demand external siding options:

Stucco Siding

Traditional stucco is a combination of cement, water, sand and lime. Many modern homes use this in conjunction with its synthetically engineered counterparts to craft their exterior façade. Although there have been some issues reported about poor quality synthetic stuccos – if you choose an exceptional one it’ll stand the test of time! You can now tint your material for any color scheme, so no more need for paint!

Cement Fiber Siding 

Do you want a siding that looks natural, but requires minimal maintenance? Look no further than fiber cement siding! It has the charm of wood, stucco, or masonry with way less effort. Moreover, it provides superior protection from fire and termite attacks while providing up to 50 years of warranty! If you don’t want your home’s exterior to require lots of upkeep yet still have an authentic wooden feel then fiber cement should be your top choice.

Wood Clapboard Siding 

A bit of upkeep is all you need to make classic woods such as cedar, pine, spruce and Douglas fir last longer than their synthetic counterparts! Additionally, wood siding looks far more aesthetically pleasing when stained rather than painted. Ultimately solid woods provide a timeless look that stands up against time better than anything else on the market today! Artfully crafted wooden homes built centuries ago are still standing today providing proof that real wood remains the superior choice when building or renovating luxury homes!

Cedar Shingle Siding 

Cedar shakes can offer your home an idyllic, harmonious addition to its natural wooded surroundings. Handcrafted from the finest cedar material, these shingles typically come stained in browns, grays or other earthy shades for a chic rustic look that is always on-trend. Plus, they will save you money and hassle with their low maintenance needs; rather than painting every few years like with traditional clapboard siding, simply use stain as needed to reduce peeling!

Brick and Brick Veneer Siding 

If you’re looking for an attractive and sturdy building option, brick construction is the way to go. With a plethora of stunning earth-toned colors available, your structure will be sure to turn heads. Though it may cost more upfront than other materials, that money goes towards longterm security – bricks are known to last centuries without patching or repairs needed in 25 years! For those with smaller budgets, quality veneers offer similar appeal but still grant longevity so your investment pays off eventually.

Our experienced team at GTFM can help you figure out the best design and installation options for your home. Contact us today and get a free consultation!