Minnesota Siding Installation Services
Professionally installed siding is the first line of defense in safeguarding your investment and your family. Siding that is set and sealed properly by Metro Area Construction will ensure that your home lasts for years and even generations to come.
Metro Area Construction offers a wide range of siding installation options. Whether you are interested in vinyl, wood, steel, or specialty siding products such as LP SmartSide panels, we have what you are looking for. Deciding between siding installation contractors can be a daunting task. We aim to provide detailed descriptions of our services to better assist you in the decision-making process.
Aluminum Siding Installation
Aluminum siding was the traditional option for siding homes for quite some time. In general, aluminum siding installations are declining due to the availability of far more superior materials such as vinyl siding and composite siding. With that said, aluminum is still the most common siding found on homes.
Some of the benefits for using aluminum include affordability, durability, and recyclability. Aluminum siding is also fireproof, waterproof, and contains no organic material so it will not rot or be infested with termites. This type of siding is also manufactured to look like wood to give your home the curb appeal you’re looking for.
Vinyl Siding Installation
Whether you are on a budget or looking for low maintenance siding solutions, vinyl may be right for you. Vinyl has the most affordable installation costs with the least amount of maintenance required for the siding. Vinyl siding installation will also help save you money in the long term as it requires little to no repainting after several years. Most vinyl siding comes in preset colors – though you can paint them any color you choose – which streamlines the process from installation to finished product without the added step of having to paint them.
Wood Siding Installation
Wood siding installation is perfect for providing that timeless appeal to your home. Wood is a beneficial siding material if you are looking for that vintage look or perhaps desire a specific texture and feel to your siding. Choosing to use wood siding opens you up to several different options for patterns as well. Whether you are looking for the efficiency of T-11 vertical siding or the rustic look and feel of traditional Cedar lap siding, wood siding is perfect for adding warmth to your home.
Steel Siding Installation
Steel siding comes with many benefits. For starters, steel siding is designed to have a seamless installation. The steel panels are designed to slide in and connect to each other using what are called J-channels. These channels guarantee a snug fit and ensure the panels are aligned perfectly parallel to each other.
Steel siding is precision cut to fill the full length of a particular side. This means that there are no splices or seams where two panels had to be joined together. Using precut panels also mean that you can enjoy the end product in a shorter amount of time. Here are a few more detailed benefits of steel siding installation:
- Resilient: resists chipping, fading and peeling – keeping you from having to paint it over again.
- Temperature resistant: expands and contracts less than other siding. Does not swell or shrivel with changes in humidity.
- Fire retardant: will not melt or catch fire, ensuring the safety of your home in the event of a small external fire.
LP SmartSide Installation
Many siding companies are now offering LP SmartSide installation services. This innovative wood component siding has all the depth and warmth of wood without the limitations of traditional wood siding. For starters, LP SmartSide is available in lengths up to 16 feet. This reduces both the installation time and the number of seams required between two boards.
LP SmartSide lap siding is engineered with LP corporation’s proprietary SmartGuard material to prevent build-up of and decay caused by fungus; as well as protecting against termite damage. LP offers their SmartSide product in trim, fascia, cedar shakes, lap board, soffit and vertical siding panels. In particular, utilizing SmartSide soffits can be an advantageous substitute for traditional MDO or plywood soffits
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We provide siding installation services to all areas with a 100-mile Radius of the Twin Cities including: Bloomington, Burnsville, Buffalo, Cokato, Cambridge, Chaska, Edina, Faribault, Glencoe, Hutchinson, Lakeville, Litchfield, Princeton, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Monticello, Rochester, St. Paul, St. Peter, Wilmar