LP SmartSide Siding & Trim Contractors
What is LP SmartSide Siding & Trim?
LP SmartSide Siding & Trim is a great way to upgrade the look of a home from standard vinyl or aluminum siding. LP SmartSide products are made with engineered wood that features a truly innovative manufacturing process. This SmartGuard® process increases the materials strength and resistance to fungal decay and termites. This manufacturing process also keeps our moisture for long-term durability and strength against the harsh weather that is typical in Illinois. LP Lap Siding is available in a large variety of smooth and textured finishes, from cedar grain to colonial beaded patterns. It can add a designer touch to an existing home, and complement areas finished with other materials, such as stucco, stone, and brick. The siding can be customized to any custom color, enabling home owners to find the perfect match for their unique design style.
At Buy Right Quality Windows & Siding we are proud to be LP Build Smart Preferred Contractors. We are a highly respected contractor company that is available to install LP Brand trim & fascia, cedar shakes siding, lap siding, panel siding and soffits.
Looking for environmentally friendly siding materials for your home? Look no further than LP SmartSide.
LP products are made from wood, a renewable natural resource. The company’s forest management and fiber sourcing programs are certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® forest management and fiber sourcing standards. Learn more about their commitment to being environmentally friendly here.
Signs That You Need to Re-Side Your Home
Residing your home can increase the value of your home, complement your new roof or windows, as well as reduce the exterior maintenance needs of your home. New siding will also ensure that your home does not appear outdated or worn down. If you are experiencing any of the following conditions, the experts at Buy Right recommend Re-Siding your home:
- Storm Damage
- Sagging, cracking, dents, or excessive peeling paint
- Missing siding pieces
- Fungal decay or termite damage.