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Prescreened Wood & Fiber-Cement Siding Contractors in Atlanta, GA

    Remoda Renovate Logo

    In business since 2013

    About us: "Remoda Renovate is committed to excellence in every aspect of our business. We uphold a standard of integrity bound by fairness, honesty, and personal responsibility. Our distinction is the quality of service we bring to our customers. Accurate knowledge of our trade combined with ability is what makes us true professionals. Above all, we are watchful of our customers' interests, and make their concerns the basis of our business."

    Better Jobs Logo
    Fort Valley, GA·

    masonry, roofing, remodeling , and 2 more

    "Great service and price"

    Carl T. in February 2018

    Andy OnCall Logo

    In business since 2006

    Alpharetta, GA·

    Wood Rot Repair, Deck Building & Repair, Kitchen & Bath Updates and Remodels , and 2 more

    About us: "We provide handyman services to homeowners who are in need of small jobs, remodels, repairs, and maintenance. All work performed by our craftsmen carries a one year, written warranty. Your project, small or large, will begin with a free and written price quote. Once you accept the quote, your job will be performed by an experienced and highly qualified handyman. We are licensed, bonded, and insured."

    RD Siding Construction - Home  Facebook Logo
    Atlanta, GA·

    Hardie Plank, Vinyl, Siding, Soffit, Fascia, Gutters, Windows, Trims, Downspouts, Cedarmill, Plywood, Repair Siding, Replacement Siding, Exterior Painting, Shake Replacement/Repair/Installation, Roofing, Hardie Plank Fiber-Cement Siding , and 1 more

    "Quick and quality work, reasonable pricing and friendly!"

    Is J. in February 2020

    CJ
    Temple, GA·

    Gutters, Roofing

    "They are on time and prompt."

    Scott B. in July 2021

    CS
    Lilburn, GA·

    Fiber Cement Siding

    "They replaced my siding, windows and did a front door installation for me. They brought all the needed, were on time, finished quickly and kept to the timeline they gave me. Overall, they were very dependable."

    Milagro Q. in July 2022

    MP
    Lithia Springs, GA·

    Painting

    "I always recommend to others."

    Yakisha X. in February 2019

    DR
    SnellVille, GA·

    Roofing (Repair and leak testing), Pressurwashing, Sand Blasting Graffitty, Windows and Doors - Replace, Repair and Install. Siding Repaired, Locks Replace, Minor Plumbing, Minor Electrical, Minor Masonary, Painting, Carpentry , and 2 more

    "Von was absolutely lovely to work with. He kept us well informed every step of the way and even had to deal with crazy neighbors very graciously."

    Sherree H. in March 2012

    RT Painting, LLC Logo
    Norcross, GA·

    Siding, Painting

    "They did a awesome job, very professional work. They even help me out and guide me to the right choices. They were also on time and finish on the time they were supposed to, only from great thing from this company"

    Eric T. in February 2022

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Out of Network Wood & Fiber-Cement Siding Installation Contractors in Atlanta, GA

How much do wood & fiber-cement siding installation contractors typically cost?

  • Atlanta, Georgia Average
    $14,531
  • Typical Range
    $8,875 - $23,500
  • Low End - High End
    $1,850 - $29,800

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Atlanta Wood & Fiber-Cement Siding Installation Contractors are rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 388 reviews of 20 featured pros.

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Atlanta Cedar Siding

Most people purchase cedar siding purely for its looks, and for good reason. Atlanta cedar siding is easily one of the most beautiful siding materials on the market. But cedar has a number of other qualities that make it an excellent choice for Atlantans as well. It stands up well to Atlanta's wet, humid climate, repels insects, and has excellent insulative properties, both in regards to sound and temperature. It also is a surprisingly eco-friendly product, especially compared to some of the more popular composite and metal sidings you can purchase. In fact, about the only downside of cedar siding in Atlanta is maintenance. It takes some regular upkeep in order to keep it in prime condition, but it's a small price to pay for a siding with looks and performance that are hard to match.

Cedar Siding: The Natural Choice
It's not coincidence that cedar has been one of the top choices when it comes to exterior wood applications for several hundred years already. Cedar wood has natural oils and tannins that repel both water and insects, making it the perfect material for use as a siding material. That's especially valuable in an area like Atlanta, where 40 inches of precipitation a year is the norm, and where the humidity can feel more smothering than Hakeem Olajuwon during the Hawk's '94 championship run. Not to mention, anyone familiar with Georgia knows that termites and other wood boring insects can be a serious problem across the South, and any material that keeps them away is a welcome one.

Siding and Insulation
Another reason cedar siding in Atlanta is so attractive to many homeowners is because of its insulative qualities. Believe it or not, cedar siding provides up to 400 times better insulation than metal siding and up to 4 times better insulation than fiber-cement siding. In other words, it doesn't just look spectacular; cedar siding in Atlanta can also save you money on cooling costs during the summer and on your furnace bills when winter rolls around. As a side note, Atlanta cedar siding is also an excellent insulator against noise, which isn't an insignificant thing in one of the largest, and fastest growing, cities in America.

Siding and the Environment
While cedar siding certainly improves your immediate environment by providing your home with protection from weather, insects, noise, and outside temperatures, it's also an excellent material from a larger environmental standpoint. Compared to other siding materials, especially vinyl, fiber-cement, aluminum, and steel, cedar siding leaves a much lighter footprint on the environment. More than anything, the energy expended to mill cedar into suitable siding takes far less energy than it does to manufacture the alternatives.

According to the Western Red Cedar Lumber Association, it takes 140% more energy to create steel rather than wood siding, and steel production is responsible for creating 45% more greenhouse gasses, 42% more air pollution, 1900% more water pollution, and 36% more solid waste. Fiber-cement siding doesn't fare much better, taking 70% more energy to produce than wood, and creating 81% more greenhouse gasses, 67% more air pollution, 90% more water pollution, and 96% more solid waste. Those are some eye-opening numbers, especially coming from industries that often tout their products as "green" because they can be manufactured from recycled materials and can be recycled themselves. The truth, however, is that most siding materials, composite and wood alike, still end up in landfills after they're removed, where cedar again has the edge. After all, wood is 100% biodegradable. Those other siding materials, on the other hand, will be there for archeologists to find thousands, if not millions, of years into the future.

Choices Abound with Cedar Siding in Atlanta
While it's clear that cedar siding in Atlanta is an excellent choice from a materials standpoint, it also has a lot to offer in terms of options for homeowners to choose from. Lap, batten, beaded, tongue and groove, and cedar shake siding in Atlanta are all excellent options for homeowners across the metro area. And while the natural look of cedar treated with a clear or semi-transparent oil or latex water sealer is probably the most popular option when it comes to finishing your siding, you can also treat your cedar siding in Atlanta with a variety of colored stains or paint it to give it added protection from inclement weather and the hot Atlanta sun.

Whether you go with the traditional look of Atlanta cedar shake siding or the more modern look of other cedar siding options, it's hard to go wrong with cedar siding in Atlanta.

Atlanta Hardie Board Siding

There's only one siding alternative that has almost no downside when it comes to cladding your home: Hardie board siding in Atlanta. Atlanta Hardie board siding masquerades under many names, including fiber cement siding, cement board siding, and Hardie plank siding in Atlanta, among others. Whatever you choose to call it, when it comes to performance and price, there just isn't anything that compares in today's siding market. Why not? Let's take a look at the alternatives, and why you might want to think twice about them if you live in the greater Atlanta metro area.

Superior to Aluminum
Aluminum is the old standby. While it was used almost exclusively by siding contractors for decades following WWII, it has since met its match in composite sidings like Hardie plank siding in Atlanta. The problem with aluminum is its ability to resist impacts. If you can crush a soda can in your hands, why should you expect aluminum siding to stand up to a major Georgia spring thunderstorm and accompanying hail? The easy answer: you shouldn't. Aluminum has a lot of advantages, but unless you like the pockmarked look, you should think twice about installing aluminum siding on your home.

Superior to Steel Siding
To be honest, steel siding has almost no downside. The one problem you might experience with this siding is the rust factor. New lines of steel siding with baked-on coatings have reduced the occurrence of rust in steel siding exponentially compared to steel that was simply painted in years past, but all it takes is one major scratch and you've got issues, especially if you fail to follow up with some touch up work. Of course, touching up steel siding is an option, but any paint supplier will tell you that patchwork doesn't last like the original baked-on coating, and if your steel siding has been around a few years, as it invariably will, it can be almost impossible to find a perfect match color wise.

Superior to Wood Siding
There's a reason Atlanta is classified as a subtropical climate according to the Kloppen Classification. It gets over 50 inches of annual rainfall and the humidity can make summers downright unbearable in the A-T-L. That's a rough combination of elements for wood siding, and a recipe for destruction if you're the type that puts off regular house paintings. If rot, warping, cracking, and splitting are your idea of quality siding, then by all means go with wood. If not, Hardie board siding in Atlanta is your answer. Oh, and did we mention that Hardie plank siding in Atlanta is also insect proof? Termites and carpenter ants can be a real problem in the South. Wood siding only gives those pests more to chew on.

Superior to Vinyl
Vinyl siding is the biggest competitor for Hardie plank siding in Atlanta. In fact, vinyl siding is the most installed siding in the nation, by a factor of two, making it the biggest competitor of every other siding material on the market. Usually people will claim price as the reason they chose vinyl siding, but those folks should have done more research. Most Hardie siding in Atlanta is cheaper than high end vinyl lines. And with a 50 year warranty, Atlanta Hardie siding actually saves you money when you factor in the life span of the material

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  • Project Location: Atlanta, GA 30319
    Date: 01/2023
    Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
    Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
    Location: Home/Residence
    Property Owner: Yes
    What type of project is this?: Replace existing siding
    Type of Siding: Wood or Fiber-Cement
    Stories of Home: One story
    Comment: I would like to get an estimate for some small areas of siding where there was a pipe that burst in the siding.

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