When you're making improvements around your home, you likely want to choose upgrades that offer your home functionality. Things like window replacement are an excellent place to start. But, when was the last time that you took a good look at the siding of your home? In this blog, we're going to discuss siding options and how to choose the most energy-efficient solution for your home.

However, before we tell you our secrets, we thought that you might want to know a little more about us. Since 1988, Feazel Inc has been a leading home remodeling company offering a wide range of solutions. With a team of trained experts, we're proud to provide services that go above and beyond. Even offering services such as siding replacement, we're the home remodelers that go the extra mile for our customers.

Choosing Energy Efficient Siding

With energy costs rising every day, you'll want a home solution that can help your house be more thermally controlled. While there are a lot of siding options out there, without a doubt, the most energy-efficient option for you is vinyl siding.

Benefits of Vinyl Siding

Constructed with durable and thick materials, vinyl siding can lock your home's energy inside. With how hot the summers are, you probably have to crank up your air conditioning constantly. When you choose vinyl siding, you'll find that you don't have to do this as often and will start to notice huge savings on your monthly energy bills. When you choose vinyl siding for your home, you'll enjoy benefits such as the following:

  • A Variety of Styles: Vinyl siding comes in a wide range of styles and colors—so you can find the perfect vinyl siding to complement the exterior of your home.
  • Durability: Vinyl siding is durable and able to withstand whatever mother nature throws its way.
  • Longevity: You can count on the vinyl siding to last your home for many years to come.

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding has an R-value of 0.5. However, if you install it on top of a foam insulation board, you can increase the R-value to above 2. Pairing fiber cement siding with insulation board to increase the R-value is not the lone benefit of fiber cement siding. Additional benefits include:

  • Wood appearance
  • Moisture resistant
  • Fire resistant
  • Insect resistant

Cedar Siding

Cedar siding alone is a soft wood with great R-value property. When installed by itself, it boasts a 1.4 rating but when insulated, homeowners can achieve a 2 to 2.7 R-value. Cedar siding is also:

  • Resistant to shrinkage
  • Natural and eco-friendly
  • Resistant to insects

Get in Touch with Our Team of Experts Today

If you've been curious about siding that can offer you an energy-efficient solution, then you'll want to hear more about the siding options from Feazel. We're proud to provide comprehensive siding services that help you to improve the functionality and overall aesthetic of your home. Give us a call today or fill out the online form for your free, no-obligation estimate.