TRUSTED LOCAL SIDING INSTALLER
Deciding on the right siding can feel complicated
with all the different options of materials and even different profiles and types within the different material categories. Sometimes it’s already determined having to match the existing structure's exterior and having certain restrictions by HOA’s and planned developments with boards.
Being trained in and having experience in both product knowledge and installation of all the popular different types of siding allows us to educate our customers to make the right decision.
We specialize in both cedar siding repair and replacement. Most common material to replace cedar siding with is a fiber cement product. Most popular manufacturers are Hardie and Allura. Reason being Cedar is more expensive and requires more maintenance. Cedar siding is recommend to be treated every 5-7 years. Hardie for example comes with a 30 year limited lifetime warranty for their pre-finished siding and trim.
Good Garages is recognized by VSI as a Certified Installer based on a combination of work experience and a training course, plus successful completion of an examination on proper installation of vinyl siding, soffit and accessories. Visit their website today
We are a Mastic registered siding contractor. They look at how long you have been in the business, reviews and record, having required licenses with continual education, and insurance.
We have been trained and stay up to date with best practice installation methods by specific representatives from Hardie, Smartside, Mastic, and Celect.
Vinyl (polymeric siding, including insulated foam back vinyl)
Smartside (manufactured wood product)
Fiber cement (most commonly known as Hardie, is cement-based)
Celect (cellular composite siding)
Wood (can be a variety of tree species, most common is cedar and pine)
Brick (brick and mortar, does require additional construction elements)
Boral (bio-based polymer and fly-ash), and steel (pre-finished rolled steel)
Depending on the type of siding, it can be ordered pre-finished or primed and almost all siding can be painted with a few restrictions.
All profiles have different reveals and texture options. Some of the most popular are: