Siding Installation in Milwaukee
Our home siding installers are professional, experienced, efficient and thorough. When choosing vinyl siding, the thickness of the panel is the most critical part. When comparing panels, we recommend only a .046-gauge panel or higher because .040-.044 panels are known to be a lower grade, which can start to look wavy on your home after a while.
Our Siding Options
Preservation® Integra™ Siding
Abby Windows & Exteriors proudly uses Preservation® Integra™ insulated solid core siding. This type of siding is superior to other brands of insulated vinyl siding because it has SmartCORE insulation and a smart track system which creates the ultimate moisture management system. The SmartCORE insulation breathes naturally. The moisture vapor evaporates as it passes through the panel. Preservation siding offers the following features:
- 6”, 7” or 5” Dutch lap designs
- Available in 20 stunning colors
- Carries a lifetime warranty
- Withstands winds up to 200 mph
- Reduces noise levels up to 45%
- Certified by the National Green Building Program.
Alside® Charter Oak Premium Vinyl Siding
Abby Windows & Exteriors also features Alside Charter Oak Premium Vinyl Siding with Weather Warrior Technology, a proprietary system with the following features:
- .046 thickness
- Reverse roll-over nail hem
- A triple bow locking system
- Durability to resist up to 225 mph winds
- Available in 19 beautiful colors.
Charter Oak panels feature color-through technology, which embeds panels with UV protection, heat buildup protection, and helps prevent and hide unsightly scratches and damage.
Your Neighborhood Trim Installation Experts
Trim is the final decorative touch for siding on your Milwaukee home. This process involves bending aluminum trim to cover all existing overhangs and roof edges to create a custom design that adds extra support to the structure of your home. Our staff offers:
- Ventilated aluminum soffit
- Custom-bent fascia trim
- Paint, stain & rot-free trim
Bending aluminum to precisely fit your home is difficult and expensive if you are not exact. Leave this tedious and often frustrating process to our contractors who have the right tools and experience to properly install trim on:
- Fascia board
- Frieze board
- Crown molding
- Brick mold