Because they were wrong in choosing the correct materials for their home improvement projects (perhaps without them knowing, so pardon the ignorance), some, if not many, homeowners find themselves remodeling or repairing parts of their property quite often. In fact, house building experts understand this predicament:

Building a new home or adding on to an old home is a long process that takes a lot of parts coming together. Oftentimes homeowners don’t know where to start or who to call first in this process, which leaves them spending a lot more money while trying to get exactly what they want from the project.

When remodeling, one of the most important aspects that you have to consider is your siding. It does not only enhance the design of your house, but it also saves the entire home from wear and tear. Moreover, it provides extra protection from harsh wind, heavy rain, and severe snow.

Take a look at these types of siding and consult DryTECH Roofing and Home Solutions, a professional team of Maryland siding contractors, to discuss the best material suited for your home and the area’s climate:

Engineered wood

Sawdust and wood shavings are mixed with resin to create this siding type. This material is known to last longer than ordinary wood, and it is also less prone to deterioration caused by rotting or insect damage.

Fiber cement

Sand and cement are combined with wood fiber to create this waterproof material. This type is also resistant to termites.

Insulated Vinyl

Compared to other materials, this is the preferred option because of its durability and affordability. The material is mainly made of PVC but several variations now imitate the look and feel of wood or even stone. If you want a cost-effective choice, go for insulated vinyl siding.

These are the types of siding Maryland homeowners can choose from. You can trust DryTECH Roofing and Home Solutions to provide your house with siding from the top brands. Your warranty is never compromised because we install according to manufacturer’s specifications.

(Article Excerpt from The Basics of Home Remodeling,