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    • #46449

      Hello all,

      Our house was built in 1962 and is 1826 sq ft. We have some kind of wood siding on our home that has been painted, but is now peeling terribly.

      I’m wondering if anyone has any recommendations on the replacement of the siding. I’d like to keep our costs down, but am also looking for something that will last and wear well.

      I’m just starting my search…any suggestions?

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      I personally like vinyl siding for relatively modern homes. The relative low cost coupled with the minimal maintenance makes it very appealing to me. I have it on my own home and have installed it on many other applications (mostly small churches). I also am quite partial to Hardieplank siding for painted applications. It is a cement fibre product which is termite proof, fire and rot resistant and holds paint much better than wood. I have used it on my pre-Civil War farm house in rural Mississippi to replace rotted pine clapboards.

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