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Whether your house needs a complete makeover, or just minor siding repair, we got you covered! The siding that we offer encompasses a wide variety of styles, colors, etc. Our family has been thoroughly trained to properly install all kinds of siding, from regular vinyl siding to replica siding with built-in insulation, we'll do it. Much like roofs, siding has much variety to it, and it is important to combine style and appeal, with efficiency and protection of your home.

Either a small job or a huge job, your home deserves the very best, and at 3 Brothers Exteriors, put simply, we ARE the very best. We will come out to your home and do a detailed walkthrough and inspection, and go over the various types of siding products we can offer you.

Our attention to detail is what separates us from our competitors, and our customers feel most comfortable with our family, due to our longevity in the field, and the fact that we treat your home identically to our own homes!


  • House with vinyl siding

    A home with standard vinyl siding

  • Garage with insulated vinyl siding

    Vinyl siding with built-in insulation

  • House with fiber cement siding

    A house with fiber cement siding

  • House with cedar siding

    Cedar siding really makes a home beautiful!

  • House with slate siding

    Not-so-typical slate siding

  • House with wood siding

    Wooden siding might be one of our favorites!

Vinyl Siding

Picture of vinyl siding

Most homes we come across are built with the standard vinyl siding. Vinyl siding is predominantly PVC type material, and it is great for weatherproofing your house. This type of siding comes in a vast abundance of different colors and styles, and it is a sure bet to keep your home protected from the various weather ailments which impact all our homes. Not much else to say about vinyl siding, except that if you're unsure about which type of siding to get for your home, standard vinyl siding is typically a good bet...

Insulated Vinyl Siding

Picture of insulated vinyl siding

As you may have probably guessed, insulated vinyl siding is essentially identical to vinyl siding, albeit one important difference. This type of siding comes with built in insulation. Before any siding project, a house is always insulated with the proper insulator, and then siding is installed over top of it, but with insulated vinyl siding, one major step is cut out, and the built-in insulation provides the necessary insulation for your home, so it just goes on top of the structure, and it's one and done!

Fiber Cement Siding

Picture of fiber cement siding

Fiber cement siding is a mixture of sand, cement, and cellulose fibers. Whoa! Sounds complicated, doesn't it? No, not really. Fiber cement siding is a strong type of siding consisting of overlapping horizontal boards. It looks quite like wooden siding, except of the materials that is composed of. Fiber cement siding has the added benefit of being more resistant to fire damage, and it is also a good option for use on soffets and such.

Cedar Siding

Picture of cedar siding

Cedar siding is similar to cedar roofs. This type of siding was typically used on older homes, and certainly does provide that vintage, rustic feel. Cedar type siding can have a very distinct look, and sure can make your house stand out, if that is what you are after. There are different types of cedar siding, and installation must be precise, and regulated.

Slate Siding

Picture of slate siding

This might be one that you don't see very often. Slate siding basically looks like stones covering your house. In a nutshell, it is. Slate siding can have the effect of making a house look very "sturdy," as it is a heavy material, and does add significant weight to a house. It is not normally used for homes these days, as it can cause problems with the added weight to the home, later on in the life of the house.

Wood Siding

Picture of wood siding

Similar to cedar siding, wood siding can also make your home very distinct and cosmetically enhanced. There are many different types of woods used for wood siding, but is important to find out which type would be best for your home, in terms of energy saving, insulation, and weatherproofing...