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With little to no maintenance, extreme durability and a strong warranty, steel is the perfect choice to withstand the Upper Midwest elements.Learn More
LP SmartSide Siding
As engineered wood siding, LP Smartside is strong, able to withstand thrown rocks and baseballs. Offered in a wide range of design options, it’s great for adding a unique look to your home.Learn More
Vinyl siding offers unlimited design options, including color and texture. Plus, it’s cost-effective and energy-efficient.Learn More
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of siding lasts the longest?
Steel siding is the strongest siding material on the market. It won’t crack, chip or peel and it withstands the ever-changing Upper Midwest weather. Steel siding will last approximately 30-50 years.
How often should you replace your siding?
Siding replacement depends on the material you choose. While steel will last up to 50 years, LP may only last upwards of 20 years and vinyl may not last more than 12. If your siding looks worn or has holes, bends or cracks, replace it to best protect your home.
How much does new siding cost?
The costs associated with new siding depend on the material you choose, the size of the project and other factors. Typically, siding projects cost between $17,000 and $50,000.
What is the most popular type of home siding?
Most homeowners make their siding decision based on price. As the most cost-effective siding material, this makes vinyl the most popular choice.