Siding, Soffit & Facia



The exterior of your home gives that critical first impression. There’s nothing like “curb appeal”.

As energy costs continue to rise every day, it is more important than ever to make a home as energy efficient as possible. This is why choosing to cover a home with insulated siding is such a great idea.

Exterior siding not only improves the overall appearance of your home, but it also protects your property from weather damage and increase its energy efficiency by preventing cold air from infiltrating your home in the winter and hot air from entering in the summer.

We have partnered with the best siding manufacturers in the industry, ensuring your investment long into the future.
We use high quality products that carry established brand names.
Our siding options come in many varieties and colors.

James Hardie
Hardie siding has become a popular alternative to natural wood siding products over the past several years. Composed of sand, cement, water, fiber, it is resistant to the most common forms of damage that threaten wood siding, including water damage, fire, rot and termites. It doesn’t crack and does not even rot and delaminate. It is non-combustible Hardie siding is specially designed to retain paint much longer than wood, without chipping or peeling. Imprinted designs imitate wood-grain remarkably well. The siding comes in a variety of colors and styles.

Vinyl siding is made from polyvinyl chloride, commonly known as PVC. This material has gained a reputation in the industry for being so strong and rigid. Vinyl siding is the most versatile and economical maintenance-free exterior solution. It is impervious to extreme heat, cold or moisture. Composite vinyl siding has contoured foam laminated to the backside, creating an extremely durable and energy efficient siding panel. It is available in lots of colors and in a wide variety of styles. For exceptional value and appearance for any project, vinyl siding is an excellent choice.

Cedar siding is an attractive choice of home siding. Cedar is a superior, contemporary, classic building material chosen for its beauty, versatility, and durability. Since it made of wood, it is vulnerable to termite attacks. Cedar siding has excellent sound suppression and absorption qualities.
Cedar siding is well known and well regarded as a superior building material with a long history of excellent performance in withstanding the rigors of time and weather.
According to several experts, sidings made from this material can last for years, if not for a lifetime.
Cedar doesn’t need to be painted. In this case, it will retain a natural look. Natural cedars can come in varying colors, from light shades to reddish ones. Aging is the main factor causing the cedar sidings to become reddish in color.

Aluminum siding is a proven and durable maintenance free product. The main advantage of aluminum is its ability to resist corrosion. Also, aluminum is rot-proof, waterproof, fireproof and impervious to termites and able to withstand years of exposure to the elements. Finished with durable multi-layer, baked-on acrylic enamel, aluminum appears as a low-luster satin finish, which holds color extremely well.

Steel siding won’t rust, crack, chip, peel, blister or flake. It won’t warp. It can withstand different, most brutal weather conditions. Also, it’s fire and termite resistant. Regardless of the home’s architecture, steel siding comes in a variety of styles, colors and textures to suit every taste.



The beauty of nature is easy to love… but it can be hard on your home. Eaves, overhangs, porch ceilings and fascia – often the least noticed areas of your home’s exterior – can blister, peel or rot. Suddenly you’re faced with a costly maintenance problem that affects your home’s values and appearance.

Soffit, fascia, and ceiling are the final decorative touches that create a fine, classic finish to your home. They cover all existing overhangs, roof edges and add detail to the overall appearance of your new sided home. These additions create lasting beauty and give extra value to your home while eliminating the need to paint in the hard to reach and some of the most difficult and dangerous areas of your home.


Some of the cities we worked in:

Addison, Barrington, Chicago, Deerfield, Evanston, Glencoe, Highland Park, Lake Forest, Northbrook, Palatine, Schaumburg, Wilmette, Winnetka