Hardwearing Home Siding Available in Madison, WI
Exceptional, energy-efficient home siding is essential if you’re hoping to improve your house’s energy efficiency and cut down on your energy costs. With high-end siding, less heat will enter and escape your home, reducing the strain on your HVAC system as it works to heat and cool the indoors throughout the year. This lessened energy usage leads to better regulated temperatures and potentially reduced monthly energy bills. When it comes to a premium cladding selection from a widely trusted provider, no products come close to comparing to the home siding you will find with Frey Construction. We are the home improvement contractors that have been trusted to spruce up countless homes across Madison, Wisconsin since our humble beginnings in 1995.
When you partner with us, you’ll find that each of our options will help to improve your home’s energy efficiency. We offer three materials that each pose a number of unique benefits. For residents throughout the Madison, WI, area, we install home siding constructed with high-end:
- Steel – Our steel siding is seamless, thus eliminating seams that can be susceptible to dirt, moisture, and bug infiltrations.
- Vinyl – Our vinyl siding will look beautiful for many years to come, without having heightened maintenance requirements, such as scraping, staining, or painting.
- Fiber cement – Backed by the renowned James Hardie name, our fiber cement home siding perfectly replicates the charming and aesthetically pleasing look of real wood.
No matter which kind of siding you choose for your home, you can have complete confidence that it will be expertly installed by highly skilled technicians who have the proper materials at their disposal. This includes having premium, insulating Tyvek® house wrap installed underneath your siding to further enhance the thermal performance of your home.
To take the first step to having our beautiful, energy-efficient, and durable siding installed on your home in Madison, WI, or a nearby area, contact Frey Construction today.