Crest Exteriors installs a variety of siding, giving the homeowner options. All products are backed by a warranty to guarantee beauty and the best quality. We can install any product you choose with skill and precision.
We strive to maintain industry standards. In keeping with this philosophy, we utilize installers that are certified through the Vinyl Siding Institute. The Vinyl Siding Institute (VSI) sponsors two different certification programs. The first certification program ensures that all vinyl siding products and colors meet or exceed ASTM quality standards. The second certification program ensures that vinyl siding installers demonstrate ASTM-accepted installation techniques.
Soffit is the underside of the roof where the roof overhangs your siding.
Fascia is the trim underneath or behind your gutters that connects the soffit to the gutters and roof itself.
Soffits and fascia can be made out of aluminum, wood, synthetic or composite materials, UPVC, vinyl, or recycled materials.
Soffits protect your home from water damage due to blowing rain. When vented, they help control your attic temperature and prevent ice dam build up. Soffits and fascia provide waterproofing and prevent critters from getting into your home.
The walls of the structure will be prepared to ensure that the surface is even and flat. Be prepared to remove handing items and any knick-knacks from interior walls so they are not shaken off and damaged.
Flashing is installed around windows, doors, and intersections. Flashing (or weather proofing) is a construction material used to prevent the passage of water around objects.
House wrap is installed to weather proof the rest of the structure.
Your siding is now ready to be installed. We follow manufacturers directions, and always use the proper materials for the job.
Steel siding is a sturdy material that is less likely to break or crack. The life span of aluminum siding is about 30 years.
Cedar siding is beautiful in a variety of architectural styles. It will last for a long time, and is less likely to rot than other wood options.
Fiber cement siding is available in many different finishes. It will last up to fifty years, and stands up to water, fire, and termite damage.