Siding Types

We have everything needed to complete your siding project with a full array of options and colors from the industry’s top brands. Your local Richards Branch Team is standing by to answer your questions and give you a quote.

Vinyl Siding

Are you a home improvement professional looking to provide top-quality services to your clients? Look no further than vinyl siding!

Vinyl siding is a popular choice for home exteriors due to its durability, versatility, and low maintenance requirements. As a plastic material, it is resistant to weathering and wear, meaning it will not rot, warp, or fade over time. This makes it a great choice for protecting a home’s exterior against the elements, particularly in areas with harsh climates or extreme temperature fluctuations.

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Vinyl Siding

Engineered Wood & Fiber Cement Siding

As a home improvement professional, you understand the importance of using safe and long-lasting materials on your projects. That’s why fiber cement siding is an excellent choice for your clients. Not only does it offer the aesthetic appeal of masonry, stucco, or wood, but it also comes at a lower cost.

One of the top benefits of Engineered and fiber cement siding is its durability. Made from a mixture of cement, sand, and cellulose fibers, fiber cement siding can withstand harsh weather conditions. As a home improvement professional, you know the importance of using high-quality materials that will enhance the aesthetic appeal of a home and provide long-lasting value to your clients. Fiber cement siding is a perfect choice that checks both of these boxes.

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Steel Siding

Are you tired of dealing with inferior siding materials that don’t hold up to the elements and require constant maintenance? It’s time to switch to steel siding!

As a contractor, you want to provide your customers with the best materials and craftsmanship possible. Choosing steel siding for your projects not only ensures that your work will stand the test of time but it also offers a range of benefits that other siding materials simply can’t match.

First and foremost, steel siding is highly durable. It won’t rot, warp, or crack like wood or vinyl siding can, and it can withstand extreme weather conditions without fading or chipping. This means less maintenance and repair work for you, and more peace of mind for your customers.

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Decorative Stone

Level up as an exterior design expert; you know the value of separating yourself from the competition. That’s why manufactured stone veneer is a smart choice for your projects.

Not only is manufactured stone veneer visually appealing, it also possess several practical benefits. First and foremost, it is incredibly durable. Made from a mixture of concrete, pigment, and other materials, it can withstand extreme weather conditions and resist fading and cracking. This means that it will continue to look great for years to come, even with minimal maintenance.

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Aluminum Siding

Aluminum siding is made from aluminum coil stock, which is chemically coated to protect the metal and then painted for further protection and aesthetics. After coating, the siding is baked for durability, with enamel often added to create desired textures.

Siding Trim & Accessories

Trim on a home’s exterior typically includes the material that edges the windows and doors, the fascia board that runs along the lower edge of the roof, and the soffits beneath the roof. Depending on the home’s style, the trim could include more elements, like a horizontal trim board that runs beneath the fascia.