If you are considering a siding replacement, you are certainly also thinking about choosing the perfect siding material. Since there are various options for both residential and commercial siding, choosing a new siding material can be a tough decision. Every material it unique in its own way and each has its own advantages and drawbacks. In order to help you choose the best siding material appropriate for your budget, we have categorized a few options based on the cost and quality of the material. If you still have troubles determining what material would be best for your home’s siding, take look at a range of available siding materials offered by the best local siding companies such as Insulators Home Exteriors.

Low Cost Materials

Two of the lowest cost materials available on the market are aluminum and vinyl siding. Both materials offer similar benefits, so if you are choosing between the two, your choice should really come down to only application and preference. Aluminum is a very affordable siding material that will protect your home for at least five years. However, harsh climate can easily damage it and it may require smaller frequent repairs. Of course, if you take care of it properly, you won’t experience the mentioned problems. Aluminum can be used on both residential and commercial properties. However, if you don’t have much time for siding maintenance, it would be better to opt for a different material. Insulators Home Exteriors can recommend the perfect siding material for your home.



A low maintenance material that is also very affordable ad increasingly popular among homeowners is vinyl. Vinyl siding, apart from being inexpensive is also easy to install and maintain. It also comes in a variety of colors and styles that can perfectly complement the aesthetic appeal of your home. Regardless of your budget, vinyl siding is a cost-effective option for anyone because it lasts from thirty to fifty years without any needed repair.

High Cost Materials

If you have enough money to opt for high end materials, we recommend looking at brick or stone materials. If you want to increase the resale value of your home, and increase the authenticity and curb appeal of your home’s exterior, you should definitely choose stone or brick siding. This is a very expensive siding option, but it will last for even hundred years. However, you should have in mind that not any siding contractor can work with stone and brick. Insulators Home Exteriors are also experienced and highly-skilled masons that can handle stone siding installation. Minor repairs that are not frequent, but will be required are also rather costly.

Moderate Cost Materials

If you are looking for something in between, you can opt for either wood or fiber cement. Wood siding is very popular among homeowners for its aesthetic appeal and longevity. However, this material requires a high level of maintenance that can significantly cost you.  Fiber cement is a great option if you are looking for long-term protection against harsh weather and natural wear and tear. Fiber cement board siding is probably the best option if you are looking to make a balance between affordability, maintenance and quality performance. Most mid-to-high class residential homes opt for this siding material.