Vertical Siding vs. Horizontal Siding

New Emmons Horizontal Siding

Horizontal Siding Horizontal siding is the style of siding that is placed on most homes. Many homeowners prefer to have horizontal siding because it creates a more traditional look. Depending on the type of siding, the horizontal siding can be applied as strips or shingles. It does not involve any extra steps like ver...

Types of Siding Material: Which is Right for You?

Types of Siding

While many homes are built of brick or stucco, many others depend upon siding. Siding not only contributes to the overall look and style of a home, but protects it from water, weather and other threats. Siding is affordable and easy to maintain. It comes in a variety of colors and materials, so finding the perfect matc...

The Advantages of Longer Length Siding

Long Length Siding

Long length siding is generally an extended version of a standard size siding product. Standard siding is usually 12' to 12-1/2' long. With standard siding panels, seams appear every two to three feet. Longer length siding is typically offered in 16', 20' and 25' ranges. The primary benefit of longer length siding p...

Emmons Roofing & Siding – Spring Updates Series Siding

Dented Aluminum Siding

New vinyl siding can make a world of difference in the appearance of your home, but there are some options if you're not ready to get your siding replaced. Benefits of Vinyl Siding Old style aluminum siding can be easily dented or buckled from age and normal wear and tear. Since vinyl siding is now the norm, replacem...