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New wood siding is a great way to increase the sale value of your home and is a classic and traditional choice to give your home a unique look that's both elegant and beautiful.

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Why Choose Wood Siding Replacement for Your Home?

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If you want a surefire way to improve the exterior look of your home, there's simply no better choice than authentic wood siding. New wood siding is one of the best ways to increase the sale value of your home, but even if you don't plan to sell anytime soon, it's still a beautiful and traditional way to give your home a unique look that's both elegant and beautiful.

What Types of Wood Siding Are Available?

Wood siding is available in a wide range of styles including clapboard, lap siding, shakes or shingles. The price to have wood siding installed will depend on what type you choose. Different types of wood siding use different materials. For example, clapboard typically uses pine, spruce or split oak and can cost anywhere from $6-12 per installed square foot. Cedar or pine wood siding is more durable and can cost around $6-8 per installed square foot. When properly maintained, wood siding can last as long as 30 years.

With new wood siding installation, you also don't have to limit yourself with just pine or cedar (although these are some of the most popular choices). Wood siding comes in a variety of options, including:

  • Cypress
  • Fir
  • Redwood
  • Oak
  • Engineered wood

What is Clapboard Wood Siding?

Clapboard siding is a great way to give your home a rustic, traditional and warm look. It is typically made from durable wood like pine, oak, or spruce. It can also be called weatherboard or lap siding. Clapboard siding is easy to identify. It looks like overlapping boards which are applied to the exterior of the home, creating a wedge. You can also paint or stain clapboard, or leave it unfinished for a more weathered look. Remember, however, that you'll need to paint or stain it regularly to help increase its longevity.

What is Cedar Wood Siding?

Cedar wood siding is unique in that it naturally resists moisture and decay. It's an excellent option to protect against sleet, snow and rain, which makes it ideal for homes in Kansas City. Although the price of cedar wood siding is higher than other conventional types of siding, it can help pay for itself in the long run since you won't need to replace it because the boards rot over time.

Cedar is also flexible in that it can be used to create a contemporary or a more rustic look. Tongue-and-groove panels lock together seamlessly to create a more modern style while board-and-batten create a more weathered, rustic look. Cedar siding is not all one color or texture and it varies depending on where the wood is sourced from.

What Is Engineered Wood Siding?

Although natural wood siding is incredibly popular because of its unique style and sophistication, it may be outside the reach of smaller budgets. However, all is not lost. If you love the look of real wood siding but don't want to feel the pinch in the wallet, you may be interested in having engineered wood siding installed. Engineered wood is about half the cost of traditional wood siding.

Engineered wood siding is made from various wood fibers which are mixed together to create a strong, resilient and durable product that's also eco-friendly. Engineered wood can be made to look like other styles of wood, including cedar, pine, spruce, fir and more. It's a great way to give your home the look of real wood at a fraction of the cost.

How Do I Maintain Wood Siding?

One of the most important facets of having wood siding installed is its maintenance. You'll want to ensure that your wood siding is properly maintained across the seasons, but also to protect it from damage. Treated wood siding is more resistant to fire as well as termite infestation. It's also important to further protect the wood by staining or painting it every few years.

Like vinyl siding, wood siding expands and contracts with the change in temperature as well as humidity. Fluctuations in temperature can cause small cracks or chips to appear, particularly around windows, doors and corners. This happens with all types of wood siding -- including those which are naturally resistant to rot. If you notice your wood siding starting to deteriorate, it may be a good idea to repaint or restain it.

One thing you definitely don't want to do is ignore the issue. Cracks or areas of wood siding that are deteriorated or showing their age may not look like much, but the damage can spread without even being noticeable. Termites can settle into cracks and moisture can seep into these areas, creating a haven for mold and other issues. When wood siding Kansas City is properly maintained, it can last for decades, so keep in mind that this beauty comes at a slightly more involved cost than other types of siding. Many homeowners say that it's worth it!

Get a Free Quote on Wood Siding Installation

If you're interested in having cedar wood siding installed, engineered wood siding or one of the many other types of wood siding added to your home, there's no better time to learn more than right now. As a premier wood siding company serving Kansas City and surrounding areas, we know what it takes to professionally install Kansas City wood siding so that your home looks gorgeous from every angle.

If you're not sure what type of exterior siding you'd like our contractors to install, give us a call or fill out the form here on our website. We'll provide you with samples, a detailed catalog and a wood siding estimate. We will go over details about installation costs, labor costs, and other specifics. We'll take every precaution necessary to protect your health and safety, and you'll be glad to know that our wood siding installers are all licensed, bonded and insured. Contact us today to learn more about wood siding installation for your home. No job is too big or too small for our professional wood siding experts.

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