Fiber Cement Siding Styles

Choosing the best look for your home is easier than ever with a wide range of fiber cement siding colors, sizes and styles. Among all the fiber cement siding styles on the market, there are a few that have risen to the top in popularity among homeowners.

  1. Wood. Fiber cement siding can be covered in a grain that looks so good, you will think it's real wood. Popular styles include board-and-batten, beadboard, log siding and traditional clapboard. Each style closely mimics the look and texture of wood.
  2. Stucco. Large panels of fiber cement siding can look exactly like stucco, giving you all of the beauty but none of the maintenance. The result is a home that looks like you spend a great deal of time and money on the upkeep.
  3. Shingle or shake. Cedar shake or shingles can be expensive and requires a good deal of maintenance. Fiber cement siding perfectly mimics the shake look, is more affordable and cuts your maintenance time down to almost nothing. Fiber cement shingles are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, including scalloped edges, half-rounds and straight edges.
  4. Brick. Brick is very heavy, often expensive, requires regular maintenance and takes a long time to install. Fiber cement siding styles that look just like brick are an affordable, easier alternative. Just like brick, fiber cement siding is resistant to insects, water and fire damage, yet doesn't have the problems of crumbling mortar to deal with over the years.

No matter your style or chosen material, fiber cement siding can make your home look exactly how you want without the higher prices.

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