Recognized as the "Best Siding Company" in Lawrence County for 2022

Pritchett brothers offer a choice between two versatile options: vinyl and James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding. Vinyl siding is a cost-effective and low-maintenance choice, available in various colors and styles to match your home's aesthetics. On the other hand, James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding provides exceptional durability, wood-grain mimicry, and resistance to termites, water damage, and fire, with minimal long-term maintenance. The choice between these two options depends on your budget, style preferences, and maintenance considerations, and our experts are here to provide a free estimate and assist you in making the right decision for your home's exterior.
Comparison Certain Teed monogram Siding Norandex Everlast Siding
Affordability $$ $$$
Rain, Snow, Temperature Resistant Yes Yes
Warping/Cracking Resistant Yes Yes
Eco-Friendly No Yes, with additional features
Color Options Yes Yes
Style & Texture Options No Yes
Maintenance Level Low Low
Vinyl siding stands as a versatile, durable, and cost-effective choice for homeowners seeking both aesthetic appeal and practicality. Its enduring popularity rests on a blend of attributes: resilience against various weather elements, resistance to rot and insect damage, and a spectrum of colors and textures that effortlessly enhance a home's curb appeal. Beyond its visual allure, vinyl siding demands minimal maintenance, requiring only occasional cleaning to preserve its vibrancy. This lightweight yet robust material not only offers long-term durability but also contributes to better insulation, potentially reducing energy costs. Its affordability, easy installation, and ability to mimic the look of pricier materials make vinyl siding a perennial favorite for those seeking an attractive, low-maintenance exterior solution.