Living in Colorado brings its fair share of challenges. From intense sunshine to heavy snow, we deal with it all in the Denver area. As a result, we need to equip our houses with the most efficient, durable materials possible.
If you haven’t given much thought to how your siding protects your home from the weather, now might be the time to do so. There are different kinds of siding, and each has its benefits and drawbacks. Typically, we recommend fiber cement siding for local houses due to a handful of reasons.
Fiber Cement Siding Is:
With the intense weather changes in our state, you need a siding that can handle it all. People have been using fiber cement siding for a quarter of a century because it’s tough and requires little maintenance. No matter how hot or cold it may get, the siding won’t warp.
During the summer, you want to keep the cool air inside, and during the winter, you want to keep the cold air outside. Your siding can help you do that. Fiber cement siding is good at sealing gaps to prevent your house from being exposed to the outside elements or losing hot/cold air to the outdoors. It’s a great way to keep your utility bill from rising.
When the snow starts to melt and everything is wet, don’t worry about fiber cement siding. It doesn’t absorb moisture, which means it can’t expand and warp as it comes in contact with water. No matter how snowy or rainy the weather gets, your siding will remain in its original condition.
Denver might see snow during most of the year, but the summer is full of sunny days. That sunshine can cause some sidings to melt or swell, but fiber cement siding won’t change no matter how hot or bright the days may get.
Call Hansons to Have Fiber Cement Siding Installed Today
At Hansons, we understand just how difficult it can be to deal with Colorado weather, which is why we can provide the best siding recommendations. To learn which kind we think is best for your house, give us a call at 1-800-HANSONS. We’ll give you a free estimate!