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San Francisco Stone Siding
When it comes to durability in the cladding business, you can?t do much better than stone siding. San Francisco homes covered in stone will be impervious to many of the common problems associated with newer siding materials, and they?ll look good, too! With a track record for longevity and strength that is unmatched, San Francisco stone siding is an excellent option for homeowners who want a cladding material that will go the distance. If you are in the market for a siding upgrade or are building a home in the Bay Area, stone siding is a material that is worth reading up on.
Natural Stone Siding
True stone siding is just what it sounds like: actual stones that create the exterior of your house. When compared to vinyl, aluminum, or even fiber-cement, stone siding takes the lead in both durability and ease of maintenance. Unfortunately, natural San Francisco stone siding is a bit on the pricey side. Homeowners on a budget will find that this material is far more expensive than other siding options both in purchase price and in installation costs. Covering a home in stone is a lengthy and difficult process, and transporting enough whole stone to side a house is understandably expensive.
Veneers and Simulated Stone
To get the look and many of the benefits of stone siding, San Francisco homeowners have a few alternatives to whole stone. Much like wood veneer?s look and feel is created by a thin layer of real wood, stone veneer is made by cutting real stone into thin slices that are less expensive and easier to install than whole stones. Since they are made of actual stone, the look and feel of stone veneer is virtually indistinguishable once it is in place. It also retains the durability and ease of maintenance (as well as a portion of the insulate qualities) of natural stone siding.
An even more inexpensive option is simulated stone veneer. Made of a combination of concrete and other elements, this material does a good job of imitating natural stone siding. San Francisco homes can be clad in this material for a fraction of the price of whole stones, but still sport a look that is very close to the real thing.
Stone siding can be made of many different types of stone. Since places where stones are quarried all have different soil make-up and weather patterns, and stone from the top of a quarry is different from stone from the bottom, there is a fair amount of variety when it comes to color and texture. Generally, homeowners will find that stones quarried relatively close to where they live will be less expensive to purchase due to a shorter transportation distance.
Homeowners should be careful, however, as few cladding materials make as bold of a statement as stone siding. San Francisco area residents should definitely consider the rest of their neighborhood before making the choice to install this material, as it will certainly set their home apart. As we all know, uniqueness can be quite a virtue if done tastefully, but in the housing market, it can also make a property more difficult to sell. In San Francisco, stone siding is not as popular as it is in other areas of the country, so installing it on your home will definitely make an impression; in an area known for non-conformity and individuality, however, a little spice is often well appreciated!