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Metal Siding Contractors in New York, NY

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Prescreened Steel & Aluminum Siding Installation Contractors in New York, NY

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Wallace Handyman
(866) 208-4960
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
  • Plumbing
  • Home improvement projects
Featured Review

"They did an exceptional job. "

- tej P. from manhasset, NY
HANDYMACK Construction & Renovation
(929) 299-4476
Areas of Expertise
  • Siding- Repairs, Replacements, Installs
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Windows & Doors
  • Roofing
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"Very professional guys all the people who are working there are very helpful and friendly and have good ideas and highly recommend them to anyone."

- can S. from ny, NY
Champion Home Remodeling, LLC
(718) 824-6600
Areas of Expertise
  • Windows and Siding
  • Roofing, Gutters and Downspouts
  • All Phases of Home Remodeling - Interior and Exterior
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"The guys working for the contractor are intelligent, & pleasant to work with and very trustworthy "

- john G. from new york, NY
Morelia Construction, Inc.
(646) 740-1962
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing Repairs
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"very good communication. good workers, very prompt. "

- william L. from new york, NY

Unscreened Siding Contractors in New York, New York

Fredy's Contracting Service
P.O. Box 383
Copiague, NY 11726
Rodhome Inc.
596 Bergin Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07304
B Tower Contracting Corp.
906 Mcdonald Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11218
Tonic Construction, Inc.
51 Henry St.
Greenwich, CT 06830
RLB General Construction Corporation
2537 Grand Concourse, Suite B5n
Bronx, NY 10468

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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New York Metal Siding

Most homeowners don't immediately think of metal when considering a new siding installation. When surveying the options, however, you may learn that metal has many benefits that too often are overlooked. Other people have misconceptions about the look of metal siding. As a long-term, low-maintenance siding solution that won't cost a bundle, metal siding is as good as any other material.

Aluminum Siding
For years, aluminum siding in New York was one of the most popular forms of siding out there. As vinyl and cement siding began to equal aluminum for general protection, while offering superior looks, aluminum began to garner less and less of the market share. Though aluminum won't fade or deteriorate with the sun, heat, cold, or rain, it was susceptible to impacts from various sources leading to unseemly dents that could ruin your home's curb appeal.

Steel Siding
Now, you no longer need to choose between the hail-prone surface of aluminum and the rust of steel. Baked-on coatings make steel siding every bit as impervious to rain and moisture as aluminum. These coatings also improve the decorative finish and general look of steel. You won't feel your home is a cold metallic or institutional dwelling. Plus, the steel will retain its innate strength, making for one of the most impenetrable and longest-lasting siding materials on the market.

Whether you have aluminum or steel siding, one of the best aspects of metal siding is the nearly maintenance-free quality of metal. You won't need to clean or repaint metal siding to protect it from the elements or from time. Cement siding needs to be periodically repainted, wood siding must be resealed, and vinyl siding can fade and grow brittle with time. Metal siding experiences no such drawbacks.

Cost of Metal Siding
The relatively low cost of aluminum siding was a major source of its popularity. Steel siding, especially treated and seamless steel siding, won't be quite as cheap, but it's still far from the most expensive siding out there. In fact, given that newer forms of vinyl siding are more expensive, chances are metal siding estimates will be comparable to other options.

For a decent sized home, even basic siding materials are likely to cost $10,000 to install. Quality, treated siding materials such as cement siding, newer vinyl siding, or seamless steel siding may cost closer to $15,000, but is generally worth it in the long run. Instead of siding that will last 10 or 20 years, you can expect these higher-end siding materials to last 30, 40, even 50 years. In fact, steel siding may very well be accompanied by a 50-year warranty and last twice as long, making it the last siding you'll ever need to buy.

Metal Siding Installation
Naturally, metal siding isn't a DIY project. Most siding experiences problems from poor installation, and metal siding is no exception. Finding a reliable and professional contractor is an invaluable asset for your home. Installation is where steel siding really sets itself apart. The weak point of virtually any siding is the joints where the siding panels come together. Seamless steel siding eliminates this weakness. By customizing the steel to the exact dimensions of your home, your siding will truly be impenetrable to the insidious elements, such as moisture, pests, and age.