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.

Engineered Wood & Fiber Cement Siding

Engineered wood siding and trim looks like real wood—only better—with unbeatable durability, longer-lasting beauty, designer colors, and a host of customizable options. Engineered wood is also a sustainable product.

LP® SmartSide® is one of the most durable siding solutions on the market thanks to thier proprietary SmartGuard® process. LP® SmartSide® products feature engineered wood strand technology that offers superior protection against hail, wind, moisture, fungal decay, and termites. With 16 prefinished colors, add style and creativity to your home’s appearance. We offer a complete line of high-performance products to complement almost any building style.

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Steel Siding

Steel siding is incredibly durable, resisting dents, fire, and insect activity. Due to the finish and the way the metal is treated, steel also protects against moisture and scratches. The treatment also eliminates concerns about corrosion, rusting, and discoloration, either.

Decorative Stone

Decorative stone siding adds style without the extreme installation costs of stacked stone. It is a durable and maintenance-free option that is becoming more popular with builders and homeowners.

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.

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