Fiber Cement Siding

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A beautiful home starts with durable, attractive siding. At Powers Premier Contracting, we install high-performance fiber cement siding and trim that stands up beautifully to whatever Mother Nature has in store. If you’re looking for a low-maintenance siding solution that adds value to your home or commercial building, request a quote today!

Powers Premier Contracting: Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement siding is engineered to protect against storm damage and the elements, even in Minnesota’s extreme weather conditions. High-performance fiber cement is resistant to water, fire, weather, pests, and time, making it an excellent siding option for your Twin Cities home or commercial building. With regular maintenance, your fiber cement siding can last for 50 years or more!

To ensure your fiber cement siding works its magic, installation is really important. You need experts who understand the material and care about doing a good job. At PPC, we are guided by our core values and are proud to stand behind our work.

We encourage you to check out our reviews and see what homeowners and business owners have to say about working with us! While we may not have as many as a company that’s been in business for decades, we’ve definitely worked our tails off for every last testimonial, and we’ll do the same for yours.

Fiber Cement vs. Other Types of Siding

At PPC, we have the skills, training, and experience with all types of siding installation and repair. Whether you opt for vinyl siding, steel siding, fiber cement, or something else, we can help you understand each building material’s pros and cons so you feel confident in your decision. Contact us today!

Hammer Icon Benefits of Fiber Cement Siding
  • Moisture-Resistance: When it comes to your home’s structural integrity, moisture poses the single greatest threat. Moisture that seeps into your home can cause your siding to crack and swell, even leading to mold proliferation that can create a health hazard. Fiber cement siding won’t crack, swell, or chip when exposed to moisture, making it more durable against the elements.
  • Fire-Resistance: Unlike many other types of siding, fiber cement siding won’t ignite when it’s exposed to fire. Additionally, fiber cement won’t melt or contribute to fueling a fire.
  • Longevity: Fiber cement siding is designed to be durable and stand up to years of wear and tear, even in Minnesota’s cold climate. You’ll spend less on siding maintenance with fiber cement, and it will continue to look great for years down the road.
  • Tough in All Seasons: Like many siding materials, fiber cement expands and contracts with heat and cold. Fiber cement is designed to allow for expansion without compromising durability.
Hammer Icon Fiber Cement Siding vs. Vinyl or Wood
  • Vinyl: For historic homes, fiber cement looks more natural than vinyl. Because fiber cement siding is thicker than vinyl siding, it can be engineered to produce a more authentic and elegant wood grain appearance.
  • Wood: Unlike wood siding, fiber cement is better engineered to stand up to fire. It won’t warp or become damaged by mold when exposed to moisture. While wood siding can crack, split, or deteriorate as time goes by, fiber cement remains durable and low-maintenance even after years of use.
  • Engineered Wood: While engineered wood is more durable than natural wood siding, long-term moisture exposure can create gaps, swelling, edge checking, and plank expansion. Fiber cement is more resistant to humidity, fire, and freezing temperatures than engineered wood.

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ENERGY STAR Eligibility & Your Home

When the colder months arrive in the Twin Cities metro region, you may already be feeling the heat in more ways than one when it comes to your monthly energy costs.

If you’re spending more than you should be on your monthly energy bills, our home exterior contractors at Powers Premier Contracting are here to help. One way homeowners are saving on their energy costs is through the Department of Energy ENERGY STAR program, which incentivizes energy-efficient home features.

Everything You Need to Know About Fiber Cement Siding

Find out everything you need to know about installing fiber cement siding from your trusted new siding contractor, Powers Premier Contracting!


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