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Siding is not all the same, there is a difference!

There is a difference between a typical "siding job" and a detailed installation job; it's all the finely finished details that make the difference. The details can be seen in the accent trim around the windows and features like decorative trim boards on the gable ends. There are also functional details that are a part of the installation, such as: proper ventilation for the attic, straight and true fascia, flat and level soffit and seamless gutters to carry the water away from the foundation.

Give your home some curb appeal with exterior colors that will transform your house into one that will make you feel proud to come home each day. Make a worthwhile investment in your home and reduce the time you spend on exterior maintenance; don't just get a "siding job," contact us and see what we can do for you.

Your home can have the look of a brand new house on the outside; we can work with your existing roof and window colors and still give your home a completely new, distinctive look. Don't be afraid to add some personality to your home's exterior. A three color combination can go a long way in creating a sharp new image for your home.

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Steel is a practical, cost-effective investment in your home's beauty and durability. It is very strong and resistant to the elements and a great choice to protect your home from the extremes of our Minnesota climate. Frigid temperatures, blasting winds, and searing summer heat are no match for steel siding. Its strength and heat resistance assure that it will not sag, warp or burn. Beyond its superior protection, steel siding has a remarkably rich and resilient finish, is low maintenance and adds value to your home. EDCO steel siding carries a lifetime, non-prorated limited warranty with hail and fade protection. The warranty is also transferrable should the original owner ever decide to sell.


Aluminum has a unique matt finish and a very distinctive color palette, plus it won't ever rust; however is more susceptible to dents, and dimples than steel siding. It requires light cleaning to avoid stains caused by grass, dirt or mildew, a low pressure washing typically does the job.


Vinyl was first introduced in the 1950s as a substitute for aluminum siding and is a lower priced option. People choose vinyl because it combines low cost with low maintenance, but to keep vinyl siding looking its best; it should be washed periodically to remove the dust, dirt and oxidation that collects on the surface.


Fiber Cement: it a durable, fireproof and natural-looking material, it's a strong and attractive alternative to real wood. It can have the appearance of wood clapboards or cedar shingles, depending on how the panels are textured. Once it's painted it looks like wood and retains the painted finish longer than wood. It does require periodic maintenance like caulking and painting to keep it looking new. The siding is made from Portland cement mixed with ground sand, cellulose fiber, and other additives. Fiber cement siding may have a warranty up to fifty years.


Cedar's rich grain and texture offer a timeless complement to any architectural design, from turn-of-the-century to contemporary. Versatile cedar siding takes a variety of finishes, transparent and opaque stains, and paints with ease. So unlike artificial sidings, it allows you to match existing shades or change color schemes at will. Substitute sidings also require huge amounts of energy to manufacture compared to cedar siding, it's the environmentally responsible choice for your home's exterior.

SHAKES - Wood, Vinyl or Fiber Cement

Shakes enhance the look of your home's exterior with an elegant, yet subtle appearance. They add texture, depth and shape to whatever surface they are used on. You can side your entire house with shakes or simply use them as an accent on the gable ends. Shakes are available in either natural cedar, vinyl or fiber cement to blend with whatever type of siding you use on your home.

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