Keeter Roofing & Remodeling is an experienced siding contractor providing professional siding replacement and repair for homes in the Wichita area. With years of experience and hundreds of completed projects, we have the expertise to restore your home’s exterior to the quality and beauty of a brand new home.
Siding replacement is a smart investment. It adds value and curb appeal and also protects your home from the elements. Costs vary depending on the material used and the size of the home. We have options for every home style at a wide range of price points. Whether you need siding repair or replacement, we offer competitive pricing and financing options to help you complete your project within your budget.
Over time, cracked or damaged siding can allow water to infiltrate your home’s exterior, which can lead to mold, rot and other issues. Keeter Roofing is a top siding repair company in Wichita, and we provide free estimates.
Siding Installation & Replacement
As an experienced siding replacement company, we’ve installed siding for hundreds of homeowners in the Wichita area. Many of our customers are surprised to learn that replacement siding can greatly impact the energy efficiency of a home. Older homes in particular can benefit from repaired or new, more modern siding. Additional or improved insulation can also be added during the siding repair or installation process for even greater energy efficiency.
Types of Siding
The professional installers at Keeter Roofing repair and replace many types of siding. We also offer other exterior finish options such as concrete. Estimates are free, so contact us today to schedule your consultation.
James Hardie cement siding is a durable product that resists fire, moisture, rot and termites. Most fiber cement siding is made from a combination of water, sand, Portland cement and wood pulp or cellulose fibers. It typically costs less than brick, composite or hardboard siding. Although it’s more expensive than vinyl siding, fiber cement’s long lifespan and low maintenance makes it a great investment.
One of the most popular and least expensive options on the market, vinyl siding should be installed by a professional siding contractor for best results. Higher quality vinyl will resist fading, buckling and UV rays better than cheaper, lower-quality products. Panels can be textured or smooth and typically come in vertical or horizontal panels that are 8 inches wide and either look like three 3-inch or two 5-inch siding courses. It’s a long-lasting, low-maintenance choice that never needs painting – annual power washing is usually sufficient.
Wood siding is a classic choice that comes in different horizontal and vertical styles, such as board and batten, clapboards, shingles or shakes. Cost, availability and durability varies depending on the species chosen. A professional siding installer will be able to help you select wood siding that is accessible here in Kansas and withstands our extreme weather conditions. Splitting, cupping and rot are all concerns with wood siding, so the best option is to use the best grade that your budget allows. Pine, spruce, cedar, fir and redwood are all common choices.
If your wood siding isn’t pre-primed, be sure to prime and paint it as soon as possible for protection from mold and mildew. With proper maintenance, such as power washing, sealing and staining, you can expect your wood siding to last for years to come.
For customers who like the look of real wood and want a lower-maintenance and less expensive option, engineered wood siding from LP Smart Siding is a great choice. It’s made from wood chips that are coated with resin and compressed into boards. Each board is embossed with a wood-like texture that resembles cedar grain and then treated with a moisture-resistant coating. However, moisture can be a problem with improper installation and/or inferior products, so hiring an experienced siding installation company is key.
Engineered wood is about half the price of real wood siding and it’s usually easier and less expensive to install. Engineered wood boards weigh less than wood, and many brands come pre-primed or pre-finished. It’s a durable, environmentally friendly option that resists termites and typically includes a warranty anywhere from 30 to 100 years.