Mastic Siding Installation Services in Charlotte, NC
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Mastic Siding Installation in Charlotte, NC, and Surrounding Areas
When Charlotte-area homeowners need new siding, one of the most important decisions they’ll make is which type of siding material to choose. Here at SHS Pros, we install only the best products, so we recommend Mastic siding for homeowners wanting vinyl.
What Is Mastic Siding ?
Mastic vinyl siding is made by Ply Gem, which is one of the leading siding manufacturers in the industry. When you hire our team for your siding replacement, here’s what you can expect:
- The material will be delivered to your home and our crew will arrive to remove your old siding
- We’ll use a dump trailer to dispose of the old siding materials
- We’ll protect your landscaping with tarps while we work on your home
- We’ll inspect the area beneath your siding before installing the new Mastic siding
- Once we’re finished, we’ll do a final inspection and clean up after ourselves
The result will be a beautiful new exterior that boosts your curb appeal.
Types of Mastic Siding
One of the many reasons local homeowners choose to install Mastic siding is that it comes in a few different styles that can be customized to fit your preferred aesthetic.
Also known as clapboard siding, this is a horizontal plank siding that gives your home a classic look. This traditional lap siding is available in double lap options, dutch lap, beaded siding, and more, so you can create virtually any look you’d like.
Board and Batten Siding
This vertical plank siding option comes in a variety of different textures, colors, and thickness options. You can even choose a wood grain texture that gives your home the beautiful, rustic look of wood siding with all the durability of vinyl.
Cedar Shake Siding
Looking to create a unique and charming look for your exterior? Opt for Mastic’s cedar shake siding, which is perfect as a whole home siding option or an accent. This also resembles natural wood but requires none of the upkeep.
Benefits of Mastic Siding
When you choose Mastic siding for your home, you can feel confident in your decision. Here’s a closer look at the benefits of this siding brand:
- It provides extra insulation for your home, which can help to reduce your energy bills
- It is durable and able to withstand the different types of weather we get here in the Charlotte area
- The color is designed to last and won’t fade or chip off over time
- It’s resistant to damage from pests like woodpeckers, termites, and even rodents
- It requires very little maintenance to keep it looking great
How to Clean Mastic Vinyl Siding
Are you wondering how much work it will take to clean your Mastic vinyl siding? We have good news! It’s very easy to keep this material clean.
A few times per year, you can use a garden hose and a soft-bristled brush to clean your siding. For more stubborn stains, you can also use gentle soap or detergent as you clean. We don’t recommend using a power washer for your Mastic vinyl siding, as it can be too much pressure on the material and water may get behind the boards.
Why Choose SHS Pros?
As one of the most important elements on your home’s exterior, you don’t want to take any chances when it comes to your siding. When you hire the SHS Pros team, you can rest easy knowing that we’ll provide excellent customer service and workmanship every step of the way.
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FAQs About Mastic Siding
How much does it cost to install Mastic siding?
The total price you’ll pay depends on the exact siding option you choose as well as the size of your home. We’d be happy to give you a free quote so you have a better idea of how to set a budget for your project. We also encourage you to check out our current special offers to see how much you can save on your new siding.
Does Mastic siding come with a warranty?
Yes! Most Mastic products are covered by Ply Gem’s V.I.P. Limited Lifetime Warranty, which means the products are covered for as long as you live in your home. And, if you decide to sell your house, the warranty is transferable to the new owners.