Aluminum siding may be a viable option for your home if you are willing to pay a little extra. The life-expectancy of the aluminum, depending on the gauge, may be worth the investment.
Siding Contractors Bucks County
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Siding Contractors in Bucks County
Need reliable and professional contractors to install new siding onto you Bucks County home? Look no further than Master Star! We are committed to bringing you the highest quality customer service, professional and durable materials, and professionally installed siding. We offer a variety of different siding materials. Depending on your home and your personal preference, we can discuss which type of siding would be best for you and your budget.
Vinyl siding is a relatively inexpensive and widely used material nowadays. It may not be unique, but it offers a lot of advantages to your home’s exterior without breaking the bank.
Wood shingle are a bit pricier than other options, but the aesthetic quality alone may urge you to consider it. While they require more maintenance, they can still give your home a natural and warm beauty than increases its overal curb appeal.
Fiber cement siding is made of cement, sand, water, and cellulose fibers. It is durable, long-lasting and low maintenance. The material is semi-rigid to provide both protection from the elements as well as flexibility which allows it to withstand a fair amount of damage. It also comes in a variety of styles and colors.
These elements, though helpful for increasing curb appeal, are crucial to maintaining the durability of your siding. They work together to seal edges in order to keep out moisture. Any moisture that seeps past the siding could potentially damage your home otherwise.
Storm Damage Restoration
When nature takes its toll on your home, it can be devastating. Master Star is here to repair any issues your siding may have. Whether it be storm or wind damage, fallen tree limbs, or just signs of age, we’ll be there to fix it.
We also offer underlayment to create an insulated barrier between the siding and the foundation. This can help protect against the elements, creates ab extra layer of insulation, and can keep the elements from harming your home’s foundation.