ST. LOUIS EXTERIOR SIDING SERVICES

Siding Installation and Repair

Rainmasters has been installing and repairing vinyl siding in the St. Louis area for years and has become a leader in the industry. Our clients know us for our clear communication, reasonable pricing and technical expertise in the siding industry. Call us today for a free estimate.

Vinyl Siding

According to Better Homes and Gardens website there are more than fifteen different types siding but vinyl siding has become the number choice in the U.S. for new home builders. Vinyl siding is the most versatile option, as you can find it in virtually any color and it is very low maintenance. Vinyl siding doesn’t absorb moisture, so you don't have to worry that it will rot or decay. Vinyl siding is generally made to withstand 110 plus mph winds if installed properly and is excellent for wind swept regions like St. Louis. Warranties offered by most vinyl manufacturers are generally lifelong and transferable.

James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding

While James Hardie siding is generally more expensive, there are many advantages to choosing it for your new or used home. James Hardie siding is more durable and will not become brittle like vinyl siding and can increase the value of your home. It is denser than vinyl siding and can decrease heating and cooling costs. Rainmasters is a trusted provider and installer of James Hardie siding in Jefferson County. Rainmasters will provide you with a cost analysis versus vinyl siding if requested. James Hardie siding offer extra fire protection and some insurance companies will give a discount for installing them.

Wood Siding

Wood siding is easy to install and can add a classic look to your home. It can be stained or painted to match almost any style and provides a better sound insulation than other siding types. Whether you cover your home in wood or use it as an accent, it will add charm and curb appeal to any home.

Metal Siding

Metal siding is a great choice for durability, especially in areas of extreme weather. Steel and aluminum are the 2 most common types. Metal doesn’t absorb water and won’t promote the growth of mold. Metal siding is very fire resistant and excellent for areas prone to fires and lightning strikes.