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Metal Siding Contractors in Atlanta, GA

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Prescreened Steel & Aluminum Siding Installation Contractors in Atlanta, GA

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Fletcher & Cooley, Inc.
(678) 394-8005
Areas of Expertise
  • Floors
  • Ceilings
  • Walls
  • Installation and Repair
  • Licensed General Contractor, Residential & Commercial
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"I would refer them to anyone. "

- nadine C.
CRA Services, LLC
(678) 777-1913
Areas of Expertise
  • Painting
  • Remodeling
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"Alex was very friendly, chatted but always doing the work. Good company. "

- dennis A. from snellville, GA

Unscreened Siding Contractors in Atlanta, Georgia

Paul Henderson Builder
3230 Aspen Circle
Snellville, GA 30078
Proactive Services, Inc.
6375 Lakeview Dr.
Buford, GA 30518
Paragon Renovations, Inc.
875 Cline Petty Way
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
L&M Construction, Inc.
3651 Pennington Drive
Conyers, GA 30013
Metro Home Improvement, Inc.
P.O. Box 500805
Atlanta, GA 30350

Things to Consider Before Hiring Someone To Install or Replace Aluminum or Steel Siding:

  • What type of project is this?
  • What kind of siding is on your home now?
  • How many stories is your home?

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Atlanta Aluminum Siding

Let's be honest, the heyday of aluminum siding is over. And in Atlanta, where forward thinking is the rule rather than the exception, you're much more likely to hear contractors and homeowners talking about products such as fiber cement, vinyl, and seamless steel siding. However, just because aluminum siding in Atlanta has already hit its high water mark and the tide is beginning to recede some doesn't mean you should automatically discount aluminum as a siding option for your home. Aluminum siding is still being manufactured and there's plenty of siding contractors in and around Atlanta ready to install it on your home if you so desire.

Why has Aluminum Siding Lost Ground to Other Materials?
There are several answers to this question, ranging from past durability issues to bad press. Primarily, however, aluminum siding has technology to thank for its decline. From the years following WWII to around 30 years ago, aluminum siding in Atlanta was the only low-cost, maintenance-free product in town. As a result, you could walk miles and never see anything but aluminum clad homes in metro Atlanta. With advancing technology, however, came the rise of cost competitive alternatives such as vinyl and fiber cement siding. Suddenly, aluminum siding found itself sharing a market that previously sported little or no competition; hence the decline in sales of aluminum siding in Atlanta.

Protects Homes Better than Ever
While the market share of aluminum siding has dropped significantly, the ironic thing is that current lines of aluminum siding perform better than Atlanta aluminum siding did when it was the most popular siding product in the nation. Aluminum has many benefits, including being waterproof, fireproof, and rustproof. It's better suited to a wide range of temperatures than vinyl siding, and it holds up better to Atlanta's heavy humidity and precipitation than wood and steel siding. Add to that list better, longer lasting color coatings (which resolves what once was a major complaint with aluminum siding in Atlanta), more realistic texturing from baked on enamel coatings, and the introduction of insulated backings that increase your home's energy efficiency, and it's clear that while aluminum siding in Atlanta might be past its prime when it comes to sales, it's just coming into its own performance wise.

The Low Cost of Aluminum Siding
Despite being a vastly improved product over what was available in years past, aluminum siding in Atlanta is still one of the most reasonable siding options you can choose. In fact, with the exception of vinyl siding, there's not a product out there that comes close to competing with the cost of materials and installation of Atlanta aluminum siding. If you're on a budget, aluminum siding should be at the top of your list.

It's true that aluminum siding has a huge upside, however it wouldn't be prudent to talk about it without mentioning that aluminum does have one black spot on its performance record that you should be aware of before you have it installed. Now that technology has improved the longevity and color fastness of color coatings (i.e. paint) on aluminum siding, about the only complaint homeowners still have is that it dents easier than other materials. Everything from hail to the neighbor kid's wild pitch can leave a lasting impression on your aluminum siding, and your only options afterwards are living with the blemish or replacing the damaged panel(s). Your siding won't perform any worse with a pockmark or two in it, it just won't look as good. For that reason, it's wise to pay extra for a thicker gauge aluminum siding if it?s available, since that will add impact resistance to the material. All that being said, it can still be said that the benefits of aluminum siding outweigh the negatives for homeowners living in the greater Atlanta area.