Roofing Xteriors isn't just your roofing expert in Utah, we are your property exterior expert. Whether you are building a new structure, repairing an old one, or remodeling for a new look: Roofing Xteriors is the one for the job. We are equipped to handle stucco, vinyl, brick and many other exterior sidings. Our team of experts has been in the roofing and exterior industry for a long time which means we bring knowledge and experience to the table. Contact Us and find out what makes the Roofing Xterior difference.
What type of structure do I have?
- New construction
- R-Value Requirement
- Recover over existing
- Tear-off and recover
- Addition to building or property
Are there current issues or concerns?
- Water damage
- Ice damage
- Fading or Discoloration
- Wind damage
- Cracking or buckling
- Dry rot
- Insect infestation
What type of product do I want to use?
- Vinyl Siding
- Traditional Brick or Veneer
- Traditional Stone or Veneer
- Wood Fiber/Cellulose
- Fiber Cement
- Vinyl Brick/Stone
Vinyl siding is a popular choice for homes and commercial buildings for several reasons. Vinyl siding is attractive and comes in many colors and styles. New manufacturing technologies are producing a better quality siding with less resistance to cracking and a longer lasting life. Vinyl siding is considered to be a low maintenance product as there is no need for painting. Additionally, it is not affected by dry rot or insect infestation and can be recycled. Vinyl is very affordable when compared to aluminum siding and other types of siding products.
Composite sidings are newer to the marketplace and are offering new styles and looks compared with traditional products in the past. Composites are manufactured using wood fibers, recycled woods, and other types of substances that are bound together using binding resins to create different styles and looks. These products are still affordable compared to traditional products. However, they may be affected by dry rot and insect infestation.
That is where cement composite products have made an entry into the marketplace. Cement composites are manufactured in a similar manner as with composite wood siding. However, cement and aggregate substances are used instead of wood. Using cement instead of wood allows these products to be resistant to dry rot and insect infestation. Cement composites still allows for a variety of styles and looks while still being an affordable product.
Composite sidings are unique in the fact that you are able to combine many different colors and styles on the same structure to create a more custom look. Composite siding is considered to be low maintenance and long lasting.
Stucco is made from an aggregate, a binding agent and water. It is applied wet and hardens to a thick solid. It is available in many colors and textures. It is a durable, long lasting, seamless material. It is resistant to dry rot and insect infestation. Stucco is considered to be a low maintenance product for a reasonable cost.
Wood is available in many types and styles. It is easy to shape, cut and fit. It is recyclable. It has options to be stained or painted. It is susceptible to dry rot and insect infestation. Wood requires regular maintenance. At one time, wood was the product of choice. However, with environmental logging restrictions and the introduction of newer manufactured products, wood has seen a negative impact in the marketplace.
Brick is manufactured using clays, limestone, sand and water. It is then formed, shaped and baked in a dry kiln for a hard finish. Brick is available in many colors, textures and styles. It is considered to be maintenance free and can last for many years. Brick has been known to be salvaged, cleaned and reused on structures again. Brick is considered to be a good thermal protector. However, brick is more costly than other siding products on the market today. Due to pressure to get the look of brick at a more competitive price, lightweight veneer products are becoming more popular. These products are offered in various colors, shapes and styles making them a more affordable brick-like option.
Stone is quarried from natural resources. It is available in many styles, shapes, colors, and cuts. As with brick, stone is considered to be maintenance free and can last for many years. Stone has been known to be salvaged, cleaned and reused on structures again. Stone is considered to be a good thermal protector. However, stone is more costly than other siding products on the market today.
As with brick, due to pressure to get the look of stone at a more competitive price, lightweight veneer products are becoming more popular. These products are offered in various colors, shapes and styles making them a more affordable stone-like option.
Metal is available in many colors, types and variations of panel profiles. Metal is resistant to corrosion with high tech finishes that can last up to 50 years. Metal is most commonly used for commercial and farming structures.