We here at MAW Construction take great pride in our work and servicing our customers. A family owned and operated company, we are known for our customer relationships, professional service and attention to detail. We work with quality manufacturers to ensure that you receive only the best products for your home.
Siding gives you a great way to add color and definition to your house. There are lots of options these days to help you create the perfect façade and you want to choose carefully.
The low cost, versatility and easy maintenance of vinyl siding has helped it become the most popular siding choice in the United States. The variety of colors and styles available today helps explain this siding’s popularity.
Wood siding offers a rich look and is durable if maintained properly. It requires periodic maintenance to prevent weather damage. With good maintenance, your rich wood siding can last for many years! Wood siding comes in clapboard known as lap or bevel siding as well as shakes and shingles.
Made from fired clay, genuine brick comes in different sizes and textures. Brick provides a beautiful look that has been used for hundreds of years. These days’ brick siding is usually a veneer constructed outside of a home’s wood frame structure, with mortar used to hold the bricks together.
Since water can penetrate brick veneers, a membrane installed between the brick veneer and house can protect the structure. Under normal conditions and installed correctly brick siding can last the life of your house!
Traditional stucco is made from building sand, Portland cement, lime and water. A waterproof barrier paper and galvanized-metal screening are applied over wood walls before stucco is added to provide a good base for the stucco and protect the walls underneath. Because stucco is very rigid, careful installation can help reduce the possibility of unwanted cracks. When stucco siding is properly installed and maintained, it can last the lifetime of the house.
Stone and stone-veneer siding
The natural beauty and durability of stones like granite and limestone are appealing to homeowners who want a siding that adds texture and visual interest to their exterior.
More lightweight and less expensive than natural stone, stone-veneer siding comes in natural and synthetic materials. There are many styles available that help enhance your home’s curb appeal. Annual cleaning with a hose and inspection of the siding helps ensure it will last the life of the house.
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