Residential Siding Installations in Potterville, MI

Katz Roofing & Siding customers know that a little preventative maintenance goes a long way regarding repair costs down the road. One of the most popular and easiest ways to maintain and protect the outside of your home or building is by installing new siding.  New siding has many advantages.

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New siding can reduce your heating and cooling costs caused by extreme Michigan winter freezes and hot summer days. New siding can reduce outdoor noise, prevent damage caused by storms or insects, and reduce maintenance costs while improving your home or building’s curb appeal and marketability. Additionally, new siding materials are safe and non-toxic and can replace lead paint and asbestos laden exteriors that can become potentially dangerous to the home’s occupants.

Quality Siding Materials and Installation Matter

If you’re looking to give your home a facelift with new siding, Katz Roofing & Siding can help! While the look and appeal of new siding matters, the quality of the material and installation matters most. Poor workmanship can lead to a future of headaches, which is why we stand by our promise to provide our clients with quality workmanship and customer service.

At Katz Roofing & Siding, we carry siding materials from leading manufacturers like Encore, American Legend, Monogram, and Cedar Impressions.  We will work with you to select the best siding materials to keep your home energy efficient and to give your home remarkable curb appeal. With a variety of styles and colors to choose from, Katz Roofing & Siding will provide you with the best recommendations for your home. From neutral tans to dark browns, deep reds and blues – there are a variety of colors to choose from for your home.

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is an excellent choice for Michigan homes. Vinyl siding is a low-maintenance and long-lasting option for your home. Vinyl siding can easily be cleaned with a soft-bristle brush and warm, soapy water. It is tough enough to withstand Michigan’s cold winters and hot summers.