Fiber cement siding can replicate the appearance of other materials while providing great longevity.
Installing new siding is a very popular home improvement project, but many homeowners face the challenge of finding the right siding material for their home. Fiber cement is an increasingly common choice because of the many benefits it offers.
Ernie Smith & Sons Roofing installs high quality fiber cement siding in Texas, and we can give you the perfect upgrade for your home. Our experienced professionals will help you find the perfect style for the look you want to achieve and provide you with an expert installation that will last for years to come.
If you want to learn more about the benefits of fiber cement, call us today at 1-844-622-0902 or contact us online. We offer free estimates on all our work in Pearland, Santa Fe, League City and the nearby areas.
This picture shows a house in Galveston, TX where we replaced the roof and we replaced the siding. The roof replacement went smoothly, and after we upgraded the structural integrity of the walls, the siding replacement went on smoothly as well. This homeowner in Galveston, TX is happy with his new roof and new siding.
Fiber cement is a composite material made from cement, sand, and cellulose fibers. This material forms a very strong, durable finished product that works perfectly as a home siding material. Though much heavier than many siding materials, fiber cement has several key benefits that make it a worthwhile addition.
Fiber cement offers a number of great benefits to your home, including:
If you're interested in improving your home's siding, fiber cement siding from Ernie Smith & Sons Roofing is the perfect solution. As your local siding installation experts, we will work with you to find the perfect style and design for your home and give you a quality installation. Call us today to get started with a free estimate in Pearland, Santa Fe, League City, Texas City, Alvin, Friendswood, Seabrook, Sugar Land, Pasadena, Hitchcock and throughout the surrounding areas.