Vinyl Siding Installation in Northern Virginia

 

Siding Repair and Replacement Services

 

HB Service your vinyl siding pros

HB Services is often chosen for Home Siding Repair and Replacement Installation by customers in the Northern VA area.

Our siding repair and replacement team can replace outdated, inefficient wood, aluminum or vinyl siding or help with siding repair or siding replacement. Our insulated vinyl siding installation will save you money on your home energy costs and is maintenance free.

HB Services Vinyl Siding Installation

HB Services Certified Vinyl InstallerWe’re one of the top local vinyl siding installation companies in Northern Virginia,with some of the top certified installers in the area, all of whom have been through the (VSI) Vinyl Siding Institute program.

Contact us today at (703)764-0498 for a FREE, no-obligation siding estimate.

HB Services Suggests Siding Insulation for your Vinyl Siding Installation

There are many factors to consider when you are looking to buying new vinyl siding, including types of vinyl siding, vinyl siding colors and vinyl siding cost, just to name a few. No matter what vinyl siding you choose, make sure you add siding insulation behind it. Fullback®V siding insulation for vinyl will enhance the performance and appearance of your siding, while providing a number of other benefits, including energy savings!

It will never be more affordable to insulate your home with insulated siding than when you reside, so click around and learn about the benefits of adding Fullback®V to your new vinyl siding installation. Request a vinyl siding installation quote online.

HB Services installs Foam Backed Insulated Siding and Vinyl Siding

We use highly efficient Craneboard from Exterior Portfolio of incomparable quality, performance and beauty, backed by the strongest warranty in the industry. We have authentic wood grains and soft-brushed siding colors that are warranted and withstand the elements with exceptional resilience. The insulating Solid Core System™ adds a new dimension to performance and the Crane Architectural Essentials™ Accessories complete your siding with a beautifully coordinated finish that never needs painting.

HB Services is your Energy Efficient Siding Installation Company

Do you think you have an energy-efficient home? If you don't install Fullback®V siding insulation behind your vinyl, you will miss a great opportunity to add insulation to your home. Fullback®V keeps heat in during the winter, out during the summer, and money in the bank all year long!

Types of Siding

Vinyl siding is available in more profiles than any other cladding on the market, and Fullback®V siding insulation can be custom cut to fit any type of siding. So whether you're looking for clapboard siding, Dutch lap siding, board and batten, beaded, shakes or scallops, you can get it with Fullback®V siding insulation.

Clapboard Siding

Clapboard siding was originally made by Native Americans with the timber from the land on which they built their dwellings. This tradition continued for centuries until modern industry, economics and home building techniques took over. Clapboard siding was also used in certain parts of Europe where wood-framed construction was more dominant.

Dutch Lap Siding

Dutch lap siding was popularized in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States during the early settler days, although its origin dates back to Northern European areas where wood construction was most popular. Dutch lap siding provides strong shadow lines and is a popular alternative to the standard clapboard façade. Similar to clapboard siding, Dutch lap siding has multiple courses with typical reveals of three to five inches.

Vertical Siding

Vertical siding has been used on many different architectural styles dating back to the medieval times. Stemming from traditions in the Midwest, mountain regions and the West cost, vertical siding has gained popularity throughout the United States and Canada. Vertical panels can be used as accents, but are also used in whole house applications. This type of vinyl siding differs from Board and Batten because it does not include a narrow panel in between the wider panels.

Board and Batten Vertical Siding

Board and batten vertical siding was traditionally created by alternating wide and narrow panels, separating it from other vertical siding profiles that do not feature the narrow panel. Today's types of vinyl siding accurately reproduce the increasingly popular board & batten siding profile, which can be used as accents, but are also used in whole house applications.

Shakes (Straight Edge and Staggered)

Early craftsmen in the Northwest and Eastern seaboards of the United States hand split cedar shakes to protect their dwellings from harsh environments. Today's shakes are used to achieve a natural look. These can be used for whole house applications or as an accent on gables and other sections of the façade. Vinyl shake profiles are typically manufactured as a single or double course with reveals of six to ten inches, and are offered in straight edge or staggered courses.

Beaded Siding

Beaded siding was developed to provide even more dramatic shadow lines by adding a rounded bead at the bottom of a single clapboard siding course. This attractive variation of traditional clapboard siding oriented in the Southern United States and was commonly used on buildings that pre-date 1800. Beaded vinyl siding precisely replicates the handcrafted bead that was originally produced in wood. Insulated beaded vinyl siding is available with a 6.5" reveal (listed under clapboard).

Cabin Board Siding

Log structures have been built for thousands of years as homes, barns and outbuildings, constructed by stacking tree trunks on top of each other and overlapping at the corners. Cabin Board siding recreates the rustic look of traditional log cabin homes, without the maintenance that traditional log cabin homes require.

Shingles/Scallops

Shingle siding gained popularity in the late 19th Century, mainly in the Northeastern United States. These types of vinyl siding are now widely used in areas where certain architectural styles - such as Cape Cod, Queen Anne and Craftsman- are dominant. Shingle siding can be used in whole house applications or as an accent, mostly on gables and dormers. These profiles are typically manufactured as a single reveal of five to seven inches. Halfback® Flat Foam Insulation can be used behind shingles and scallops to make them insulated.

Impact Resistant Siding

Siding has been designed to be a very durable building product, and the improvements in materials, processes and testing over the past ten years have served to improve these premium vinyl siding products even more.

However, there is one obvious problem with vinyl siding: the hollow void between the siding and your home. This leaves vinyl susceptible to impact damage from a variety of sources like hail, flying debris or the occasional baseball.

Adding Fullback®V siding insulation behind vinyl siding increases the impact resistance by up to 300%, because the foam acts as a shock absorber to dampen the blow, limit the amount of flex, and support the return to shape.

We wanted to be sure that for years to come, your durable house siding will look as good as the first day it was installed. So we put vinyl siding with Fullback®V through rigorous torture tests to insure that it will stand up to nearly any impact your home may encounter.  See how our impact resistant siding passes these tests in the media gallery to the right!

Learn more about impact resistant siding or request a FREE NO obligation vinyl siding installation quote today.

How Will my New Vinyl Siding Affect My Time and Comfort?

Your siding doesn't make your house a home, your family does. But your siding can affect how much quality time you get to spend with your family if you are tied up maintaining it, or if you are uncomfortable in your home. The combination of vinyl siding with Fullback®V siding insulation is virtually maintenance free, which means you won't be spending precious time or money maintaining it. You will have more time to do the things you love, with the people you love.
HB Service Vinyl Siding will give you maintenance freedom.

Maintaining your siding on a regular basis or repairing damages from mold, pests and flying objects can cost you a lot of time and money. All of that is a thing of the past when you add Fullback®V to your vinyl siding, creating a virtually maintenance-free combination that eliminates the headaches that can come with other exterior siding options.

HB Services Vinyl Siding will Accommodate Physical Comfort and Health

If you're adjusting the thermostat to accommodate for hot and cold spots in your home, your siding isn't doing its job. Fullback®V siding insulation wraps your home in an energy-conserving blanket, providing you more comfortable indoor temperatures without paying more to the utility companies. And the foam insulation can actually dampen sounds from the outside, making for a more peaceful home environment.

HB Services Vinyl Siding will Give You Peace of Mind

For most people, their home is the biggest investment they'll ever make. The benefits of adding Fullback®V to your residential siding will help you rest easy knowing that you are protecting your investment, and the people in it, for years to come. Request a FREE NO obligation vinyl siding installation quote today.

 

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